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You may know them as the bird of peace, a frequent visitor to backyard bird feeders and fountains, or the birds that roost in your trees and on your roof. However, around the nation, come September, the various species of dove become sporting fare for field and table.
Those who enjoy a hunting lifestyle are fortunate. Because hunting isn’t always easy—especially for the millions of Americans looking to get into the sport. Competition for hunting ground, a significant financial investment in gear, and time spent on hunter education, scouting and shooting practice are just a few of the barriers to hunting participation. Thankfully, some types of hunting (Doves) are simpler than others.
Whether you are a bird-hunting novice, or a seasoned veteran, dove hunting can be one of the most rewarding outdoor experiences you can participate in. It is a great way for new hunters to become acclimated to the outdoors, and it tends to offer a lot more shooting time than deer or other large game hunting. CTD Rob shares a few insights to help you prepare for a successful dove hunting season.
Preparing yourself for a successful dove hunting season includes being ready for the dove’s tendency to rocket, making sure you and your dog stay hydrated, properly setting up your decoys and following the rules of the United States Fish and Wildlife Services (USFWS).
Saying goodbye to summer, we use the day now to spend time with friends and family at the lake, celebrating with brews and bar-b-ques. It is also the weekend dove season opens in many states. A lot of us will be choosing to shoot over Labor Day weekend. Do me a favor—let us all vow to shoot and drink responsibly, but not together, okay?
Dove hunting season marks the passage from summer to fall and dove hunting is a perfect choice for both the new or experienced hunter no matter what size your property is, what kind of gun you have or how much money you have to spend. To make the most of your experience and resources, take the time to learn about dove habitats and patterns to ensure a successful hunting season. In this post, discover how to scout for doves to ensure success.
If you are new to dove hunting, it can be a humbling experience. Hitting a fast moving object with another much faster moving object is even harder than it sounds.
Dove season opened here in Texas yesterday and most of us are stuck at our desks… for a few more…Read More >
Learning about hands-on experience with the Remington Versa Max 12-gauge shotgun is second only to trying it yourself. Remington really went all out on flexibility and versatility, out of the box…you don’t have to buy a lot of add-ons and extras to customize this shotgun to you, your style and even the season. Read this interview between Cheaper than Dirt and Sheriff Jim Wilson for all the details.