South Texas Dove Hunts

Did you know Mourning doves can breed up to six times per year and white-winged doves can breed three to four times?

Dove hunting generates about half a billion dollars to the state’s economy according to TPW.

 

We offer dove hunts for groups large and small. Many of the fields we hunt over are grown and managed with the dove season in mind. There is Milo, sunflowers, Concho grass, Millett, Sesame and native croton that we manage as well as ponds that are secured and kept for great dove hunting opportunities.

 

Dove hunting here is not an incidental activity we have it in mind the whole year. There are approximately 4,000-5,000 acres in and around Live Oak County that we have access to and we will chase the birds wherever they are. Our goal is to put everyone in front of the birds and it’s up to you to bring them down.

2018-2019 Season Information

 

At this time season dates have not officially been announced.  That will happen approximately the beginning of June however the likely dates are for the Special White Wing season to be September 1-2 and Sep 8-9.  There is also a good chance the feds and TPW are going to open the regular season for S Zone on Sep 14th.

 

 

Did you know Mourning doves can breed up to six times per year and white-winged doves can breed three to four times?

Dove hunting generates about half a billion dollars to the state’s economy according to TPW.

 

Contact us and we can give you availability and the latest reports.

For Booking/Pricing information click here
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Below are photos from our 2015 Dove Hunting Season. We had great times, and made some amazing memories

Below are photos from previous hunting seasons.