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If you’re looking for a relaxing hunting experience, full of excitement and fun, it’s hard to beat a good Texas dove hunt. These little gray ghosts provide excellent hunting opportunities to corporate groups, family excursions, or weekend retreats for a group of buddies, looking to burn some gunpowder and share some fellowship.
Most of our dove hunting either take place in Central Texas, near San Angelo, or in South Texas near Carrizo Springs. Some of our best Texas dove hunting takes place over water holes, late in the afternoon, which can at times be fast and furious. We also occasionally hunt fields of sunflowers, dove weed, and grain fields.
We normally set up our Texas dove hunting as two-day/two-night packages with group sizes normally varying from 8-15 hunters. We generally have a group minimum policy, as opposed to selling individual spots. These packages include lodging, meals, guide, and bird preparation. We occasionally offer unassisted day dove hunts, but you will need to inquire on this. Our dove hunting lodges are well appointed and sleep up to 16 hunters.
Dove hunting in Texas is broken into three zones, but the hunts that we conduct are typically scheduled from September 1 through October 15. Nonresident’s licenses are unlimited and cost $48 unless you are younger than 17, which cost $7.
Ruben Fernandez & Dale Rollins 2014 Dove Hunt
CNB Dove Hunt 2017
Erin Simons - 2014 Dove Hunt
2014 Dove Hunt
Weiss Dove Hunt 2017