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Pigeon Hunting? #7770477 03/13/20 03:24 AM
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Does anyone hunt pigeon? If so any tips or advice Iv seen some youtubers doing it and it looks fun would like to give it a try.

Re: Pigeon Hunting? [Re: JakeD] #7770516 03/13/20 04:15 AM
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Just incidentally during dove season. Sure would like to the rest of the year, though.

Re: Pigeon Hunting? [Re: JakeD] #7770524 03/13/20 04:26 AM
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Ya I think it would be fun and a lot of good practice. Iv watched people say they are actually pretty good to eat also. Id like to find a place to get after them maybe help out a rancher/farmer two birds one stone kinda thing.

Re: Pigeon Hunting? [Re: JakeD] #7770614 03/13/20 12:15 PM
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Arizona has a season for Banded Tail Pigeons.
They are not billboard pigeons, they live in middle of nowhere in the woods.

https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/...ive/2019-20-Dove-and-Pigeon-Regs_web.pdf

Re: Pigeon Hunting? [Re: JakeD] #7770722 03/13/20 02:21 PM
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If you are hunting where they typically feed we like to throw out 2-3 spinners. They'll work the spread very similar to ducks. 1 1/4oz #7 thumps them. I typically like to hunt the evenings better than mornings when we hunt feed lots because the birds seem to work better in the afternoon.

Re: Pigeon Hunting? [Re: TBS12] #7770960 03/13/20 05:17 PM
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great advice thanks! Any ideas how I might go about finding some or finding a place that i could hunt them at?? Pretty new to hunting overall so any info I will gladly take thanks.

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