I have a T/C Encore 50 cal. I tried to find the "Magic" formula for shooting all day with no swabbing. The best solution that I came up with to keep my accuracy is as follows. I fire a primer through an empty bore to make sure it is dry and it "prefouls" the barrel for better consistency. Then load 100 gr of Triple 7 topped with a 245 gr Powerbelt Aero tip bullet and fire when ready. Now I must decide if I need 100% accuracy for my next shot or if a quick follow up shot is the more pressing need. If quick follow up is required I just reload and fire sacrificing a very small degree of accuracy (which will compound with each subsequent shot without swabbing). If there is not a pressing need for speed I follow my normal procedure of running a presaturated patch (T/C bore cleaner or the one from traditions) followed by a dry patch (don't forget the dry patch) not trying to really clean the bore just one pass with each patch to keep it on the mark.
Now this is what works for me. It may not be what works for you. That is the beauty of muzzleloading. By the time you get your rifle where you are happy with it you will be very familiar with your rifle.
Squirrel said a great bit of advise when he said "If you are using any petroleum products in your smokpole ... STOP!!!" That is absolutely the truth any petroleum products you put in your bore will make the sticky tar-like sludge in the bore. I use T/C bore butter when I put the gun away for the season and nothing but the saturated patches and dry patches during the season.
Good luck and have fun getting to know your rifle.
Sorry for being long winded.