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Muzzleloader season

Tony Smotherman
Luke Clayton
Tony Smotherman

It's muzzleloader season for whitetail deer in Texas and Luke visits with Tony Smotherman with CVA Muzzleloaders www.cva.com. If you are a devout muzzleloader hunter if thinking about becoming one, Luke invites you to click and listen to todays show! Remember to catch Luke's hour long outdoor show on www.catfishradio.org.

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