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Old 06-28-2010, 02:47 AM
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Study a dove field carefully with binoculars a day or two before a hunt. On some fields it's possible to drive around their perimeters to get a better, close-up look at the best spots for stands. Sometimes checking a field at dawn reveals where to hunt that afternoon. Look for perching sites where doves sit just before landing in fields. Such spots usually consist of tall, though sparse, trees and can be found in overgrown mid-field fence lines or field "islands" of timber. Similar islands can be formed by old, abandoned farm machinery, dilapidated farm buildings, tall brush, log piles or broadcast towers.

Don't assume that a stand that was great the last time you hunted a field will automatically be a hot spot this time. Conditions change, and so, too, does the way doves work into and out of a field.
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