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    Senior Member Stumpy's Avatar
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    Dove Season 2013-2014

    My fellow Texans,

    We have 88 days till September 1st. Who will get to partake this season? Anyone have some info for an accurate forecast this season? Weapon of choice? Huntin spot?

    As for me, I'm sure I'll get to go quite a few times north of Loop 250 in Midland. Also, I have access to a ranch south of Colorado City, but there are typically no dove there till at least mid-October. And I may get to go once or twice to a ranch south of Ozona/Sonora.
    Also, I'll get to use a new toy: a Remington 11-87 SuperMag(Large Marge).
    As for info for a forecast, I have none considering I've been in Colorado since January.


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    Senior Member Rangel's Avatar
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    Dove Season 2013-2014

    I want to. But have never been.

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    I need to find a place to go. Where is that place in midland you go
    "Lord, if today is truly the day you call me home, let me die on a pile of empty brass".
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    Oh, I will be wing hunting for sure.
    "But if someone has a gun and is trying to kill you, it would be reasonable to shoot back with your own gun." Dalai Lama

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    ...I don't get it... Vaquero's Avatar
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    Been seeing quite a few. : )


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    his father but is borrowed from his children." Audubon

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    Senior Member Stumpy's Avatar
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    Dove Season 2013-2014

    Quote Originally Posted by gdouthit View Post
    I need to find a place to go. Where is that place in midland you go
    TGT dove lease...hmmm. That's an idea.


    Sent from the mind of a genius. Forrealz.
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    I'll be on some land I bought last year just outside of Waller. Using my 3-Gun Benelli M2 with a giant plug I made for it.

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    Dove Season 2013-2014

    We shoot in Poteet and Floresville. It's looking good so far.

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    ...I don't get it... Vaquero's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpy View Post
    TGT dove lease...hmmm. That's an idea.


    Sent from the mind of a genius. Forrealz.
    Ok, let's do it. Abilene area. Y'all set a date. Admission is free with a valid Texas hunting license with migratory bird stamp and a current NRA membership card.
    100 acres for free. Up to 500 can be had for money. 2 day hunt with bbq on the 1st night, at the farm. If we need a new thread, start one. I ain't gonna fight copy and paste on this tablet and try to keep a OP updated. Ask questions about anything landowner related and I'll answer. Lodging is on you. Primitive camp if you want.


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    his father but is borrowed from his children." Audubon

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    Re: Dove Season 2013-2014

    I am definitely going. I have buddies around here, Burnet, and Brady. I will find some Dove somewhere.
    When it is time to bury them it is time to dig them up.

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