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Looking for a GREAT Dove hunt #7428274 02/08/19 07:54 PM
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Didnt go last year because I was burnt out fighting the crowds all bunched by the telephone pole where the birds are flying. You know what I mean. Some "outfitters" do it for the most money they can squeeze out of an acre, a few still care about the hunters and doing their best to offer a great OPPORTUNITY of shooting a couple limits.

I'm looking for the latter. Probably 2 hunters, maybe three. We will drive for birds but dont want to pay $500 a day

Prefer to lodge/Motel, close to the hunting fields .

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Re: Looking for a GREAT Dove hunt [Re: Buzzsaw] #7428305 02/08/19 08:10 PM
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Ranger Creek Goose has just what you are looking for. Haskell area .

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Re: Looking for a GREAT Dove hunt [Re: Buzzsaw] #7428481 02/08/19 10:25 PM
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checkin them out thank you


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Re: Looking for a GREAT Dove hunt [Re: texas wetlands] #7428609 02/09/19 12:40 AM
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Originally Posted by texas wetlands
Ranger Creek Goose has just what you are looking for. Haskell area .

I wouldn’t mind trying them, they seem to do good every season.

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Muddy Water gets my vote as well

Re: Looking for a GREAT Dove hunt [Re: Buzzsaw] #7428688 02/09/19 02:10 AM
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If you don’t mind driving, Crooked Wing in Lubbock put my son and me on an absolutely spectacular late season dove hunt. We saw 1,000-2,000 doves (90% Whitewings). It was like Argentina.

Re: Looking for a GREAT Dove hunt [Re: Guy] #7428746 02/09/19 03:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Guy
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Ranger Creek Goose has just what you are looking for. Haskell area .

I wouldn’t mind trying them, they seem to do good every season.

solid on birds... They have a few houses that you can rent in town or a couple hotels in Haskell.....

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Lots of good ones out there Buzz, just do a little homework and you'll find a good one. I saw a 40 acre field last year that had around 40 guys in it, you're right, for some it's all about how many they can stick in a field to make more money.


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Re: Looking for a GREAT Dove hunt [Re: Buzzsaw] #7430080 02/10/19 08:25 PM
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I have irrigated sunflower fields in Uvalde and Batesville. Also I have a couple fields literally on the edge of the city limits in Uvalde. The dove hunting is pretty awesome. $150 per day. That includes a morning or evening hunt/ or a limit, whichever comes first. Hotels less than 30 minutes from our fields.

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can you hunt the evening of day 1 and morning of day 2 and be considered 1 day?


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Re: Looking for a GREAT Dove hunt [Re: texas wetlands] #7430440 02/11/19 02:23 AM
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x2 Ranger Creek WE have hunted with them for several years! Great folks! NOT Cheap, but several Great fields.


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Save your pennies and go to Argentina

Re: Looking for a GREAT Dove hunt [Re: Stompy] #7431399 02/11/19 11:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Stompy
Lots of good ones out there Buzz, just do a little homework and you'll find a good one. I saw a 40 acre field last year that had around 40 guys in it, you're right, for some it's all about how many they can stick in a field to make more money.

This guy will do you right Buzz. Give John aka Stompy a try.


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Re: Looking for a GREAT Dove hunt [Re: bobcat1] #7431431 02/12/19 12:37 AM
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Originally Posted by bobcat1
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Lots of good ones out there Buzz, just do a little homework and you'll find a good one. I saw a 40 acre field last year that had around 40 guys in it, you're right, for some it's all about how many they can stick in a field to make more money.

This guy will do you right Buzz. Give John aka Stompy a try.

Thanks Bobby, I try. My spots opening weekend are very limited as you know. I have regulars that have hunted with me for many years. I have to check with them first to see how many spots I will have available. I do believe I will have a few but won't know for sure till May, that's when I start booking for this year. I've decided to open season this year on Friday morning September 6th.


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Re: Looking for a GREAT Dove hunt [Re: 2flyfish4] #7433744 02/14/19 04:51 AM
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Originally Posted by 2flyfish4
can you hunt the evening of day 1 and morning of day 2 and be considered 1 day?

most outfitters are not going to go for that....

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We offer dove hunts in prime locations such as Uvalde, Batesville, and Dilley. Irrigated sunflowers, lodging for up to 50 hunters, and lots of room to move around. No over crowding. Give us a call if you would like to have a great South Tx Hunt.

Re: Looking for a GREAT Dove hunt [Re: easton1025] #7436424 02/17/19 04:43 PM
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Originally Posted by easton1025
Originally Posted by 2flyfish4
can you hunt the evening of day 1 and morning of day 2 and be considered 1 day?

most outfitters are not going to go for that....


I agree.

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