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Its that time again. Its that time to start getting ready for dove shoots. we started plowing yester day and will plant today and saturday if the rain holds off. This is one of the little fields its around 30 achers.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Awesome.  I haven't been on a good dove hunt in a LONG time.  Keep threatening to shoot the ones that hang out around my house eating up all the birdseed, but my wife and daughter have, so far, defended them...
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LOL, when your here on the next opener you have a spot on any of my fields.
 
This is my uncle and his favorite shirt "SWFA T-SHIRT", He wears it just about everywhere. Its about wore slap out. Him and I have been hunting buddies as long a I can remember.
 
 
 
 


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Very nice.  4040 Deere?

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"Wore slap out," huh? 
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Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

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"Wore slap out," huh? 
 
 
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Must be nice, our government decided for me that it is best not to shoot doves in Michigan, so I can't.
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Ooooooo, next to deer hunting, doves are my favorite. It's a shame your in Ga. and not Ky. or Tenn.. Nobody plants the crops that draw in the doves around here like they used to. My wife won't let me shoot the doves at our feeder either.
What are you going to plant, millet, wheat, corn?
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   We use to live in Baltimore City near the railroad tracks that would take you past Calvert Whiskey Distillery. Back then (50's and 60's) the grain was hauled in open cars and would spill all along the tracks.  Talk about some dove and pigeon numbers! We hunted a section of tracks that ran between two wooded ridges for a 1/4mi or so.
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I had the second best Dove shoot of my life last year in the panhandle of OK. It will be hard to keep me from going back this September. After 30 min of shooting Doves spent the rest of the day on the Pd's. Most of the places I hunted around Shelbyville, Tennessee years ago are now subdivisions. Change is coming. Urban sprawl will end before long if Obama has his way.
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