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Dove Hunting Pictures

Postby Legband » Tue Aug 12, 2014 7:38 pm

Does anybody have any dove hunting pictures you are willing to share?
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Re: Dove Hunting Pictures

Postby Flightstopper » Tue Aug 12, 2014 7:42 pm

My current, and first, dogs first bird hunt.

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Re: Dove Hunting Pictures

Postby Legband » Tue Aug 12, 2014 7:57 pm

Very cool
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Re: Dove Hunting Pictures

Postby assateague » Tue Aug 12, 2014 8:14 pm

When I was in the desert, my daughter, then 3, was my "bird dog". She loved it- I'd shoot one, and she'd hop up out of her little fold-up chair, and I'd send her, even down to using hand signals. We had a blast. Didn't have much money, so it was a HUGE plus when we got our limits. We'd stop on the way back into town and she'd get the hot dog and soda she earned by "fetching" doves all morning. Good times. She'll be 8 this fall, and still talks about those trips outside town to go dove hunting. The story she tells most is of the tarantulas crawling past her chair (which happened quite a bit- there were tons of them down there in southeast AZ), which she got a huge kick out of, believe it or not. She'd throw little pieces of sticks off the mesquites I had her set up in at them, to get them to rear up on their back legs. She thought that was a hoot :lol:






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Re: Dove Hunting Pictures

Postby Steele22 » Tue Aug 12, 2014 8:21 pm

Now that's cute
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Re: Dove Hunting Pictures

Postby DixieDawg » Tue Aug 12, 2014 8:26 pm

assateague wrote:When I was in the desert, my daughter, then 3, was my "bird dog". She loved it- I'd shoot one, and she'd hop up out of her little fold-up chair, and I'd send her, even down to using hand signals. We had a blast. Didn't have much money, so it was a HUGE plus when we got our limits. We'd stop on the way back into town and she'd get the hot dog and soda she earned by "fetching" doves all morning. Good times. She'll be 8 this fall, and still talks about those trips outside town to go dove hunting. The story she tells most is of the tarantulas crawling past her chair (which happened quite a bit- there were tons of them down there in southeast AZ), which she got a huge kick out of, believe it or not. She'd throw little pieces of sticks off the mesquites I had her set up in at them, to get them to rear up on their back legs. She thought that was a hoot :lol:






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Re: Dove Hunting Pictures

Postby NuffDaddy » Tue Aug 12, 2014 8:38 pm

That's awesome Assa.
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Re: Dove Hunting Pictures

Postby jarbo03 » Tue Aug 12, 2014 8:44 pm

Good stuff for sure.
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Re: Dove Hunting Pictures

Postby jarbo03 » Tue Aug 12, 2014 9:04 pm

I love dove hunting, will usually be hunting a big wheat stubble field.
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Re: Dove Hunting Pictures

Postby Legband » Tue Aug 12, 2014 9:05 pm

[quote="assateague"]When I was in the desert, my daughter, then 3, was my "bird dog". She loved it- I'd shoot one, and she'd hop up out of her little fold-up chair, and I'd send her, even down to using hand signals. We had a blast. Didn't have much money, so it was a HUGE plus when we got our limits. We'd stop on the way back into town and she'd get the hot dog and soda she earned by "fetching" doves all morning. Good times. She'll be 8 this fall, and still talks about those trips outside town to go dove hunting. The story she tells most is of the tarantulas crawling past her chair (which happened quite a bit- there were tons of them down there in southeast AZ), which she got a huge kick out of, believe it or not. She'd throw little pieces of sticks off the mesquites I had her set up in at them, to get them to rear up on their back legs. She thought that was a hoot :lol:


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Re: Dove Hunting Pictures

Postby Legband » Tue Aug 12, 2014 9:09 pm

jarbo03 wrote:I love dove hunting, will usually be hunting a big wheat stubble field.


Good looking shoots. Jarbo
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Re: Dove Hunting Pictures

Postby Legband » Tue Aug 12, 2014 9:31 pm

Here's a couple of pics some shoots and some ground we shoot
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