Texas Dove Hunting

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Texas dove hunting success

Please use table below for basic dove hunting program info.

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C=Cleaning of game...F=Fishing...B=Open Bar...H=Hog hunting...V=Varmints   Ex=Exotics
Avail=Available at charge
NB=No Alcohol (Beer or Booze) before or while hunting! AFTER hunting is fine!
Cost Ea Area Hunters Days Food Lodge Options More Details
$50 - $80 NB S. Zone San Antonio 1-100 1 No No F,H,V. Click Here
$100  NB
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$85  NB
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$60  NB
Special Whitewing
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2013 Dove Hunting Seasons are now finalized
Central Zone; Sept. 1 to Oct. 23, 2013 and Dec. 20, 2013 to Jan. 5, 2014

South Zone;  Sept. 20, 2013 to Oct. 27, 2013 and Dec. 20, 2013 to Jan. 20, 2014

Special Whitewing Zone; Sept. 01, 02, 07, 08 noon to sunset
and Sept. 20, 2013 to Oct. 23, 2013 all day
and Dec. 20, 2013 to Jan. 20, 2014 all day


About Texas Dove Hunting

Doves are truly "migratory birds" in every sense of the word. I have seen fields full of dove one day, and two days later there were very few to be found. I have also seen it the other way around, where it goes from darn few to literally 100's, even 1000's of dove, in just a day or even less. One thing is certain though; if you have dove food available to the birds, you will at some point in time, have birds around to shoot. So, that is where we concentrate our efforts; in making sure we have food available to any birds that would like to show up for dinner. We have sunflower fields, which are a favorite early season dove food. We also have the usual milo, corn and wheat fields, which can be great, depending on how the farmer's manage their crop. We even have access to some large areas of preferred native vegetation, like Conchograss, Barnyardgrass and Kleingrass, all of which mourning dove will fly past a lot of things to get to. We also have croton or crotonopsis fields (better know as "doveweed"). They call this stuff doveweed for a reason; doves love it, and in middle to late season these doveweed fields can yield some plum awesome hunting. We also hunt a lot of whitewing flyways, catching these flocking birds as they leave and return to the roosting areas. These pass shoots can be barrel burners at times (usually very early in the season, before they go to Mexico). If all else fails, we maintain a few stock tanks where the birds regularly go for an evening drink. Many an otherwise so-so dove hunting trip has been saved by a 15 minute flurry of ultra-fast paced shooting at one of these water tanks. And how do we know which of our many, many fields to take y'all to? WE SCOUT OUR BUTTS OFF! Many a mile has been driven by our scouts, watching carefully for bird activity on or over our places. Based on group size, weather, your vehicle limitations and our scouting reports, we will put you where we feel you have the best chance of shooting a limit of birds each and every day.
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