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HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! #5909502 09/02/15 06:26 PM
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PICK UP YOUR DAM HULLS, WATER BOTTLES AND BEER CANS. It never fails, your going to have about 1 in 10 hunters that don't bend at the %$#@ing waist. I beat this into my hunters but some feel too good to have to pick up their trash I guess. I realize your not going to find them all esp shooting a semi auto, but at least pick up every one you see and even those that aren't yours,,that makes up the difference.
Hulls are bad for the Cows plus it just looks bad, I take pride in my place and I expect my hunters to keep it clean.

Rant Over...

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Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Stompy] #5909585 09/02/15 07:15 PM
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Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Stompy] #5909591 09/02/15 07:17 PM
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one of my pet peeves


Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Stompy] #5909630 09/02/15 07:37 PM
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Agreed. Most insist they forgot, but can still seem to remember their birds and gun every time. Peculiar how things work out.


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Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Stompy] #5909632 09/02/15 07:37 PM
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I'm with you 100%

Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: LegendRuns1] #5909733 09/02/15 08:30 PM
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No excuse for that crap, I always make it a point to take out more trash than I bring in, just to cover the occasional hull I lose.

Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Stompy] #5909744 09/02/15 08:35 PM
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Magnet on a stick makes it quick!

Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Stompy] #5909747 09/02/15 08:36 PM
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I hate automatics just for that reason. Me and the wife pickup our empties and any others we find.


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Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Stompy] #5909865 09/02/15 09:50 PM
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I not only pick up my own (that can be found that Browning Silver Hunter sure as heck chunks them empties and its almost anew sport of sorts finding them some times) but I pick up others. I'm fact I picked a mess of old 20 ga yellow hulls from last season that got left by someone under the mesquite tree I hunt by on a APH unit. I say last season cause they were "rusted" already. Also might get a press and reload the good ones one of these days....maybe! cowboy


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Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Stompy] #5909871 09/02/15 09:52 PM
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Preach on brother. I picked up my hulls and others that I found. I saw a very good dove lease lost due to idiots trashing the place. They actually cleaned their birds where the cows were fed and threw their trash in the feed troughs. IDIOTS!

Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Stompy] #5909874 09/02/15 09:57 PM
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I will say, those green Remingtons can be hard to find in the tall grass. I search pretty good for mine, but I'm sure I've missed a few.

Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Stompy] #5909906 09/02/15 10:21 PM
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I make a game for my kids to see who can pick the most up. I carry a home Depot orange bucket, and which ever kid gets the most empties gets 2$ the loser gets a dollar. Keeps em entertained.

Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Stompy] #5909946 09/02/15 10:46 PM
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ok I have to ask...what good is a magnet on a stick??

Hell yes , leave it better than you found it. We even breast our doves into a trash bag and take it with us.

Guys like Stompy like this,, it's just the right thing to do... texas


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I agree! Pack it in, pack it out!

Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Guy] #5909981 09/02/15 10:59 PM
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Originally Posted By: Guy
No excuse for that crap, I always make it a point to take out more trash than I bring in, just to cover the occasional hull I lose.


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Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Buzzsaw] #5910002 09/02/15 11:13 PM
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Originally Posted By: Buzzsaw
ok I have to ask...what good is a magnet on a stick??



I have one and it will pick up most all hulls. It will pick up 2-3 at a time. Found mine at Northern tools, It's about a 3-4" round magnet on a 3' stick. It works good.

http://www.northerntool.com/images/product/2000x2000/153/153325_2000x2000.jpg

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Picked up about 700 hulls tonite.

Farmer already pizzed about hulls all over the field.

Lazy bastards

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Farmers need to take names and turn the trashers away next time !

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Originally Posted By: Buzzsaw
ok I have to ask...what good is a magnet on a stick??

Hell yes , leave it better than you found it. We even breast our doves into a trash bag and take it with us.

Guys like Stompy like this,, it's just the right thing to do... texas


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There was a dude on opening day breasting a ton of dove behind his car right in the line of fire.
Thanks jackazz, now place full of ants and stinky for days. Some people are just dumb or ignorant loser8

Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: beaversnipe] #5910807 09/03/15 12:09 PM
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I put my dove in zip lock bags on ice and breast them when I get home. You could leave your dove on ice for a week uncleaned and they are fine. I do the same thing with duck road trips.

Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Stompy] #5910907 09/03/15 01:19 PM
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I just happen to hunt on a public dove WMA that is also owned by a man I do some side work for. We have the GW on speed dial and I will not hesitate to walk my arse over there and tell you to pick up your chit. You are trashing a place that I work on, don't mess with my fences either. Every year some jack wagons wrap the wires so they can cross easily. There are animals out there and the fences are there for a reason. We ended up having to go ride all the fences every weekend to fix that. Have some respect people. A private party owns that land and its leased to the state so that we hunters can hunt on it. Rant over. Milam Co WMA Complex is the property


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really.... yall are blaming automatic shotguns for laziness.... roflmao

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agree though with the trash either way...

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I have instilled into my little brothers that after each box they are to stop shooting and pick up their hulls! I hate when people are so dang lazy that they can't pick up their own hulls!

Re: HEY DOVE HUNTERS!!! [Re: Stompy] #5911120 09/03/15 03:05 PM
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I pick up my shells after every shot. Much easier to do it as you go. I keep a bucket with me that I throw the empties in and now that I have an O/U it's a game to see if I can eject them into the bucket from my seat. My semi-auto throws them about 10 feet.

I usually clean my birds at home. I have a dog and anyone with a dog knows they will eat the carcasses if you don't watch them. Dumping them where you set up, park, or near the gates is just moronic.


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