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    i hunt them every labor day weekend, NE Arkansas. Lots of powder burns that weekend.

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    We open up on September 1, I'll usually go opening day, then maybe once or twice more. Teal season usually starts within a week of the dove opener, so I move on to the teal... Then, ELK!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dru.bishop73 View Post
    It's a religion down here in TX. Opening day is a big, big deal. I love wingshooting and those doves are a real challenge.

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    The only time I have ever been shot- dove hunting in Texas. There are so many people out in the fields it gets a little scary. I do hunt them every year in Nebraska. They are a good warm up for the early teal season and like mentioned, pretty good to eat.

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    I have a friend with 40 acres here who's property is between feed lots. Around 4:00 PM on the afternoons I am in town we put the hammer down.

    This is what we did in about 3 hours of hunting on his place last year:


    Should be some fun hunting this year.
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    Looks like a good time Scott! We hunt a feed lot here as well. The lot sits on about a 400 acre corn field that they cut for silage right before the season. It's usually good for a few, lol.

    Unrelated... Will Wingmen be running the new Sitka waders this year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    Looks like a good time Scott! We hunt a feed lot here as well. The lot sits on about a 400 acre corn field that they cut for silage right before the season. It's usually good for a few, lol.

    Unrelated... Will Wingmen be running the new Sitka waders this year?
    This may be happening...
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    Used to hunt dove every year when I lived in Arizona. 29-30 year stint there. Great fun and good eatin.

 

 
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