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North texas doves #7870605 06/15/20 03:16 AM
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Have a place north of Denton ,
Not seeing many doves
What are you seeing ??

Re: North texas doves [Re: throckmorton_hunter] #7870698 06/15/20 11:46 AM
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Many, many, many dove east of San Antone….mainly white wing, but some morning dove too...looks to be a good season in south Texas!

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Hello All, we are new to this forum and I've posted in other threads but we purchased a lake house on Possum Kingdom and looking to shoot dove for a day this fall in that area. Any suggestions? Many thanks

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Re: North texas doves [Re: StetsonMinerals] #7872933 06/17/20 02:29 PM
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Originally Posted by StetsonMinerals
Hello All, we are new to this forum and I've posted in other threads but we purchased a lake house on Possum Kingdom and looking to shoot dove for a day this fall in that area. Any suggestions? Many thanks


I haven't looked over that way in several years, but a couple of years ago there were lots of day hunt opportunities available. We also hunted once through Wildcatter, but no idea if they still provide day hunts. In our county, the Chamber of Commerce has a web page listing outfitters and available properties. Maybe google around ...


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Re: North texas doves [Re: StetsonMinerals] #7873095 06/17/20 04:30 PM
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Your best bet is to do some google searches for dove outfitters in your local area...there should be some that have property leased or owned near the lake.

Also check out the TPWD Annual Public Hunting Permit...cost is $42 and shows all of the state leased property that you can access for hunting opportunity...and of course, scouting goes a long way to determine which of these areas are productive.

Best of luck,
Joe

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Re: North texas doves [Re: rickym] #7875955 06/20/20 03:10 PM
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Went for a drive late this afternoon. Lots of birds, but we saw almost none flying, one mesquite looked like it had 20 birds in it. Most of this was because we had over an inch of rain last night.


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Re: North texas doves [Re: throckmorton_hunter] #7876770 06/21/20 04:48 PM
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Whitewings showed up here a few days ago, hopefully they stick around.
Also, BIG THANKS for the recommendation guys, it means a lot.

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Re: North texas doves [Re: throckmorton_hunter] #7884116 06/28/20 10:14 PM
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I live in Denton and I am seeing so many dove it is crazy!

Opening day, they will all be gone.

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I drove from Ft Worth to Gonzales for a wedding yesterday. I saw soooooo many great fields of sunflowers. Local Whitewings were flying like crazy at dusk a few miles outside of Gonzales. We were joking it season was open, we could sit at the edge of the tent being used for the reception, with a margarita, and limit out.


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Re: North texas doves [Re: throckmorton_hunter] #7884197 06/28/20 11:46 PM
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Looking really really good early up here! Both Grayson and Fannin are as good as I have seen them in several years....

Re: North texas doves [Re: throckmorton_hunter] #7895438 07/09/20 03:54 PM
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Originally Posted by throckmorton_hunter
Have a place north of Denton ,
Not seeing many doves
What are you seeing ??

Might be better off in Throckmorton than Denton

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