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EARLY "morning" doves.

I mean putting out the MOJOs before the crack of dawn early.

Being ready when the hunting season or the hunting day game-reg clock strikes SHOOT!

The doves will be feeding for breakfast and drinking afterward.

It gets too damn hot by noon to dove hunt otherwise!

The early bird gets the limit and avoids a heat stroke.
 

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always preferred a late afternoon hunt near a water hole........
 

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Our season doesn't start until October time frame. We wait for all the ones you yankees miss so we have a greater challenge.
 

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I assume you are referring to “mourning dove”.
No, I'm referring to doves specifically shot in the AM of any legal species to which there is a game-reg limit.

Yes, it's sort of a pun.

The limit could be all mourning doves or and combination of species.

Come now, lighten up!
 

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In our area 30 min before sunset at water is the only time worth going out.

Alan
 

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In farm country you can hunt all day if you like to hike. I haven't checked the regs lately but I seem to remember something about not shooting before noon.

Alan
 
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