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#5401187 - 11/05/14 04:54 PM Wishing it was still dove season!
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North Frisco is covered in birds! I saw two fields that looked like a scene from Mexico. This front really pushed them through. Blasted several doubles with my "air shotgun". Too bad the season is over

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#5401228 - 11/05/14 05:12 PM Re: Wishing it was still dove season! [Re: Arbor Guy]
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#5401252 - 11/05/14 05:25 PM Re: Wishing it was still dove season! [Re: Arbor Guy]
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Could have had two half hour limits this morning in NE TX. Too bad the dux didn't show up in those numbers.
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#5401259 - 11/05/14 05:32 PM Re: Wishing it was still dove season! [Re: Arbor Guy]
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So what is the deal with the split anyway? Wouldn't a longer first season (at least in the north zone) and no second make more sense?

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#5401274 - 11/05/14 05:37 PM Re: Wishing it was still dove season! [Re: Arbor Guy]
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Originally Posted By: Arbor Guy
So what is the deal with the split anyway? Wouldn't a longer first season (at least in the north zone) and no second make more sense?


From a hunter's perspective, absofrigginlutely! The vast majority will be gone by the time we can get back at em.

The reasoning...

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Shaun Oldenburger, migratory shore and upland game bird program leader for TP&W, said recommendations on the dove season were based on four criteria: Maximizing opportunity during the first part of the season; Extending season dates as far as possible into January based on some public comment and input from South Texas; keeping season opening and closing dates as consistent as possible to decrease confusion among hunters; and taking advantage of youth dates at the end of October to overlap duck, deer and doves for a weekend.
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#5401291 - 11/05/14 05:46 PM Re: Wishing it was still dove season! [Re: Arbor Guy]
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That's the same thing I was thinking opening weekend of deer season. We had thousands of dove in Fisher county flying into the tank. I could have limited out with a pellet gun. I would have gladly spent opening day blasting dove instead of killing a deer.

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#5401350 - 11/05/14 06:13 PM Re: Wishing it was still dove season! [Re: Arbor Guy]
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Still covered up.
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#5402014 - 11/05/14 10:30 PM Re: Wishing it was still dove season! [Re: LarryCopper]
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Makes sense to me barf

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Shaun Oldenburger, migratory shore and upland game bird program leader for TP&W, said recommendations on the dove season were based on four criteria: Maximizing opportunity during the first part of the season; Extending season dates as far as possible into January based on some public comment and input from South Texas; keeping season opening and closing dates as consistent as possible to decrease confusion among hunters; and taking advantage of youth dates at the end of October to overlap duck, deer and doves for a weekend.
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#5402028 - 11/05/14 10:41 PM Re: Wishing it was still dove season! [Re: Arbor Guy]
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[quote=Arbor Guy]North Frisco is covered in birds! I saw two fields that looked like a scene from Mexico. This front really pushed them through. Blasted several doubles with my "air shotgun". Too bad the season is over [/quoHAD tons last weekend. Saw only a few today......but more ducks
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