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How are the birds flying in your neck of the woods? #5274868 08/27/14 05:32 PM
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Here in Breckenridge, TX the doves are flying, but sparsely, hoping this picks up for next weekend. My buddy in Kansas says it is completely dead up there, disappointed. Anyone else care to share?

Re: How are the birds flying in your neck of the woods? [Re: C.J.] #5274926 08/27/14 06:05 PM
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Slower then the slowest slow


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Loved my 4 inches. Well needed.

Re: How are the birds flying in your neck of the woods? [Re: C.J.] #5274929 08/27/14 06:08 PM
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Not even seeing much in the corn fields we've cut the past 10 days & some of the freeze damaged low spots have 8-9' high sunflowers..


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Re: How are the birds flying in your neck of the woods? [Re: C.J.] #5274945 08/27/14 06:15 PM
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Pretty slow. I did see a few more birds this morning but if we get any of the rain they are predicting for this weekend I am sure those will be gone too.

I will take the rain and hunt them in October!

Re: How are the birds flying in your neck of the woods? [Re: C.J.] #5275063 08/27/14 07:28 PM
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Well, that's depressing. Let's hope by some miracle it picks up for next weekend.

Re: How are the birds flying in your neck of the woods? [Re: C.J.] #5275077 08/27/14 07:39 PM
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I went out and saw 2/3 of the birds I had been seeing which was already 1/2 of what I saw before the opener last year


Re: How are the birds flying in your neck of the woods? [Re: C.J.] #5275079 08/27/14 07:39 PM
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Not to worry. When opening gets here they will get all stirred up and be flying like crazy. At least that's what the land owner told me....... confused2

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Originally Posted By: Gdogg
Not to worry. When opening gets here they will get all stirred up and be flying like crazy. At least that's what the land owner told me....... confused2


Lol, heard that one before.


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Originally Posted By: Gdogg
Not to worry. When opening gets here they will get all stirred up and be flying like crazy. At least that's what the land owner told me....... confused2


and I stand by that statement...remember its cash only, no check when you get here


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Re: How are the birds flying in your neck of the woods? [Re: duckboy007] #5275182 08/27/14 08:48 PM
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Originally Posted By: duckboy007
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Not to worry. When opening gets here they will get all stirred up and be flying like crazy. At least that's what the land owner told me....... confused2


Lol, heard that one before.


The first lease I ever got on was about 20 years ago. Me, a friend and the landowner drove the fields about 5pm and did not see squat. The landowner says, when everyone starts shooting the birds will go in every direction. Well they missed a direction. I will never forget those words again. So if you hear it.

bs bs bs

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Shooting isn't going to create more birds....but it can pay off hunting in a spot that might not look great today...some place where there are fewer hunters....because they're going to ultimately try to find a place where they aren't getting shot at.

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Originally Posted By: sling
Shooting isn't going to create more birds....but it can pay off hunting in a spot that might not look great today...some place where there are fewer hunters....because they're going to ultimately try to find a place where they aren't getting shot at.


I gonna go out on a limb and say shooting is going to decrease the bird count. elmer grin

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Originally Posted By: Gdogg
Not to worry. When opening gets here they will get all stirred up and be flying like crazy. At least that's what the land owner told me....... confused2



Sure...


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Loved my 4 inches. Well needed.

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Originally Posted By: sling
Shooting isn't going to create more birds....but it can pay off hunting in a spot that might not look great today...some place where there are fewer hunters....because they're going to ultimately try to find a place where they aren't getting shot at.



Makes a beautiful story, but Not buying it,

Ill go to the lease were there is 300 birds on it now.

Im studying their flight path thats all. Takes 10 min.


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Loved my 4 inches. Well needed.

Re: How are the birds flying in your neck of the woods? [Re: Gdogg] #5275229 08/27/14 09:19 PM
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Not to worry. When opening gets here they will get all stirred up and be flying like crazy. At least that's what the land owner told me....... confused2


Lol, heard that one before.


The first lease I ever got on was about 20 years ago. Me, a friend and the landowner drove the fields about 5pm and did not see squat. The landowner says, when everyone starts shooting the birds will go in every direction. Well they missed a direction. I will never forget those words again. So if you hear it.

bs bs bs



The landowner is more worried about the dough, not the dove. He dont care less.
Never seen a landowner with a gun hunting on his property. EVER!


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Loved my 4 inches. Well needed.

Re: How are the birds flying in your neck of the woods? [Re: garrett] #5275231 08/27/14 09:20 PM
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Originally Posted By: garrett
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Not to worry. When opening gets here they will get all stirred up and be flying like crazy. At least that's what the land owner told me....... confused2


and I stand by that statement...remember its cash only, no check when you get here


Excellent! rofl


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Loved my 4 inches. Well needed.

Re: How are the birds flying in your neck of the woods? [Re: C.J.] #5275271 08/27/14 09:38 PM
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Flying pretty good, here. Nothing exceptional, but plenty for a few limits.


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Slower than I've seen it this time of year in a long time.


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I drove 36 miles round trip to town (decatur) No C^it, I saw 1....Thats a 1


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I drove 36 miles round trip to town (decatur) No C^it, I saw 1....Thats a 1



I saw that same one.

Opening day will be a disaster in n texas


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Loved my 4 inches. Well needed.

Re: How are the birds flying in your neck of the woods? [Re: C.J.] #5275350 08/27/14 10:36 PM
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Oh dear. If everyone could post up their city with their report that would be useful.

Usually I'd say let's check with some of the okies as to what's coming down our way, but I don't know any myself (do they have the internet there?). But, Kansas doesn't look good.

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Stormline will hit Ok, kansas and parts of N Texas on friday morning from west to east.


Will be interesting to see what it does.


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
Loved my 4 inches. Well needed.

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Originally Posted By: beaversnipe
Stormline will hit Ok, kansas and parts of N Texas on friday morning from west to east.


Will be interesting to see what it does.


Well, if rain is what they want to avoid, Texas is probably their best bet smile

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Doves are super thick down in College Station.

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