Thread: dove hunting
11-30-2013, 09:18 AM #11
11-30-2013, 04:11 PM #12
High cotton is still around and still high, it was at least 100.00 per I am thinking they had a membership for about 400.00 ? It is hard to get ahold of them , have to leave a message and he will call back.
11-30-2013, 04:17 PM #13
I had my best hunts right off W st behind the Fed Ex building back in 80's-90's, I guess all the city birds would roost there, It looked like a hitchcock move at dusk and dawn. Hardly anyone knew of it and usally had it all to ourselfs. Also was a field off 297A that charged 20.00 for a shoot and was pretty good also but usally crowded. If you know anyone in peanutville (around chumukla and jay) it is great hunting , but all farm land and prob hard to get permission outside of good friends or kin. But maybe alittle talk and a wad of cash might let a group of hunters have a go??
11-30-2013, 05:03 PM #14
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I used to shoot doves behind the Moose Lodge off Davis Hwy. It was 30 years ago but I believe it was on a softball field.
Back in the 90s I put together a dove club in Allentown. I gave a farmer $1,000 for the use of his 120 acres of corn fields. Put together 20 friends at $50 each and we had some pretty good shoots.
11-30-2013, 05:28 PM #15
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11-30-2013, 09:23 PM #17
Have any of y'all tryed the dove fields on Elgin they use to have two now there is 4 very large ones last time we went we did the north end field and got 16 in one dayI Came in to this world covered in someone else's blood kicking an screaming I really don't have a problem going out that way