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West Texas dove #5295030 09/08/14 07:45 PM
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My buddy offered up a trip with his dad out west to shoot some birds and have a good time. Well, and put in a little work. It was a great trip and we completed all that we set out to do. The birds flew good, drinks were cold and we had fun.

Day one was an evening hunt after a little work around the property. Started at 4:40 done by 5:20 with my limit. Did I mention it was about 67-68 degrees Fahrenheit ALL DAY!







Day 2 a little shower came through before sunup and the cloud cover stuck around but it worked out ok it was a little warmer as well 80F, downright hot!





It was all because we hunt with a yeti



Re: West Texas dove [Re: Aggieduck] #5295040 09/08/14 07:51 PM
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Had the same weather south of abilene this weekend. Good times.

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It was great north of Abilene also. Some of the best shooting I have had in years



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