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Favorite thing #7386626 12/25/18 08:02 PM
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Hey you guys, what is your favorite thing to hunt? There are so many different options I feel like it is tough to narrow it down.


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Birds, not sure which I prefer. I enjoy dove, duck, and snipe/rail.


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It changes for me. Deer is always good. Sometimes hogs.
Right now Iím
Into Coyotes.

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Man this is a tough question. I really enjoy hunting a lot of things, but I guess if given a choice of only one.....it would have to be White Tail.

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I enjoy all types of hunting.

Been fortunate to have hunted deer, bear, elk, antelope and several species of exotics.

Also love to wingshoot.

To me, the terrain and method plays into it as much as species being hunted

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I love whitetail deer hunting.
But for shear fun, nothing beats sitting in the shade on a tank dam when the doves are coming in fast and furious

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Originally Posted by 270Sendero
I love whitetail deer hunting.
But for shear fun, nothing beats sitting in the shade on a tank dam when the doves are coming in fast and furious

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Originally Posted by snake oil
Originally Posted by 270Sendero
I love whitetail deer hunting.
But for shear fun, nothing beats sitting in the shade on a tank dam when the doves are coming in fast and furious




you should try duck hunting. Dove hunting is one of my favorite things but the first time I went duck hunting I was hooked.

Hearing the sound of the wings of the fowl as they buzz over your head, do a circle, drop their wings and feet and come into a spread....There really is nothing like it ( and I hate using that phrase because its so often used to describe something very ordinary )

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Ducks for me.


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I just turned it on . I was looking bird dogs in the butt this morning.


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Dove for me....hogs are up there too.


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Deer and Dove

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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
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Originally Posted by 270Sendero
I love whitetail deer hunting.
But for shear fun, nothing beats sitting in the shade on a tank dam when the doves are coming in fast and furious




you should try duck hunting. Dove hunting is one of my favorite things but the first time I went duck hunting I was hooked.

Hearing the sound of the wings of the fowl as they buzz over your head, do a circle, drop their wings and feet and come into a spread....There really is nothing like it ( and I hate using that phrase because its so often used to describe something very ordinary )


The satisfaction of all of that coming together in the face of about 1,500 things that could cause them to flair and making the shot is what makes it worth it to me.


Originally Posted By: bill oxner
I just turned it on . I was looking bird dogs in the butt this morning.


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Quail and upland birds in general, during season

Fall back to pig blasting the rest of the year


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I love deer hunting rather sitting in a blind, sitting on a ridge, watching a feeder, spot and stalk or rattling it doesn't matter.

For most fun I love hunting hogs and coyotes at night with thermal.

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Quail, then deer and at night Hogs

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Doves, ducks and hogs at night. I really want to try quail hunting and high mountain Elk hunting in Colorado one day.


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Elk and mule deer in the Rockies

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Ducks for me.


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Favorite thing this year was sitting at the edge of the pond with my wife on opening day of dove season. Her first time dove hunting and she loved it! Neither of us could hit the side of a barn at 10 yards! She said it was more fun than deer hunting because she didn't have to be quiet!!.

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Pheasant. But there aren't any more birds around where my father-in-law lived. Haven't been for several years, since all the farmers switched over to cotton, the CRP program was cut way back, and Pheasants Forever quit doing so much around there.

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Mule deer and elk.

The techniques needed, and where they live is what I enjoy.


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Elk with a muzzleloader back in my native CO. Hearing those bulls bugling really does it for me. Plus there is the family aspect of it since that is when I get to see my brother and cousins.


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Javelina with a recurve.

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Either a mature whitetail buck or a mature mule deer buck.



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