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Dove - North of Mckinney? #5956519 10/01/15 08:39 PM
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Front bring more birds?

I'm supposed to hunt out near Bonham tomorrow. I've heard it has been hit/miss.

This little front has rolled the dice a bit.

Any reports?

Re: Dove - North of Mckinney? [Re: wlretrievers] #5956590 10/01/15 09:23 PM
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I've been hunting around Honey Grove, most recently Sunday afternoon. In all honesty, it's been pretty quiet.


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Re: Dove - North of Mckinney? [Re: wlretrievers] #5956625 10/01/15 09:46 PM
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Only seen a handful of birds since season opened


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Re: Dove - North of Mckinney? [Re: wlretrievers] #5956651 10/01/15 10:19 PM
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Go west

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I have a lot of birds in Bonham on wheat. Have not had any time to hunt them though. May get after a few Saturday afternoon.


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Re: Dove - North of Mckinney? [Re: wlretrievers] #5956906 10/02/15 01:35 AM
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Originally Posted By: wlretrievers
Front bring more birds?

I'm supposed to hunt out near Bonham tomorrow. I've heard it has been hit/miss.

This little front has rolled the dice a bit.

Any reports?


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Re: Dove - North of Mckinney? [Re: wlretrievers] #5956909 10/02/15 01:37 AM
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Prosper/Celina area has been waaayyy off compared to other years.

Re: Dove - North of Mckinney? [Re: beaversnipe] #5957042 10/02/15 02:56 AM
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Originally Posted By: beaversnipe
Go west

Yep, still lots of birds out here in Breckenridge.


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Re: Dove - North of Mckinney? [Re: wlretrievers] #5957237 10/02/15 11:10 AM
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Where the heck are the doves?

Re: Dove - North of Mckinney? [Re: wlretrievers] #5957256 10/02/15 11:40 AM
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White wing are taking over. They're a town bird. Hunt a feeding area near a town.

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