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This upcoming dove season got me thinking. If I had to rank what I like to hunt best I would put Dove season at the top of my list. Don't get me wrong I like to shoot me a deer. I just love to hunt those doves. Your always shooting and if you miss you haven't ruined your whole year. Is anyone in here planning on spraying some bb's this season? I know i'll be out there.       

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i might try some. but predator/varmint hutning is my all time favorite, followed up by white tail.

 

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1. Bowhunting Elk in New Mexico would have to be my favorite.

2. Bowhunting whitetail

3. Rifle whitetail

4. Varmint/hog

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1. colorado muzzel loader combo elk and black bear
2. wyoming antelope
3. arizona havalina
4. south dakota prairie deer
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White tails....of course.



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your know...... u can hunt bunnies year 'round here in southern california

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You lucky dog.

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Now that is a White tail I would definitely mount.

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I might let that one pass and wait for one in the blond color phase!
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"I have hunted the four legged deer but the two legged's alot more fun. I'm gonna go huntin' tonight Lord, no light and no gun"

"The season is always open and there ain't no limit, you see"

Hank Williams, Jr.

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dont forget your rain coat it always rains while hunting for does with 2 legs

 

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I don't appreciate you guys gawking at my mother like that!

 

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I'm with Chris whitetails are the way to go. Bowhunting, rifle, or charm, allthough the two legged type sure do cost a lot more in the long run. Manuel needs to come check out these texas deer, body's are a little smaller but the racks get just as big!Wink
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chris, i think i like your white-tails the best.

 

you know what they always say: "find one with a nice rack, and mount it" i think that one more than definently qualifies.

 

cory

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Well I really like to hunt Iguanas. Because they hard to catch and rare to be seen very often.
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Originally posted by mycoolgirl mycoolgirl wrote:

Well I really like to hunt Iguanas. Because they hard to catch and rare to be seen very often.
 
 BUT they will ATTACK!  Meanest pet my daughter EVER had.
 
 
 LUV my whitetail hunting but wouldn't miss squirrel season either.
 
 Course I LUV huntin' mushrooms to!!!!!!!!!!
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Laugh Above  What the bag limit on them Bri?
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Boy this went down hill fast.
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