Imperial Valley Dove Hunting

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by dgallardo, Nov 25, 2009.

  1. dgallardo

    dgallardo Newbie

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    Damien
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    I am taking my cousin out to Imperial Valley Friday am to look for some dove. He just got his license last Saturday and it will be his first trip out. I haven't been able to make it out there since the opener. I was just wondering if anybody has seen any dove flying in the Valley while hunting Pheasant?
     
  2. John S.

    John S. Member

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    Valley Center, CA
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    John
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    I was down in El Centro hunting Pheasants today and I never saw any doves where I was at.

    John
    Valley Center
     
  3. cksea

    cksea <*}}}<

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    Chad
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    I went last week and saw very few doves and shot even less.
     
  4. Jason

    Jason I break stuff @ BD Admin

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    One of my buddies spent Monday and Tuesday down there. Got his roosters but said the dove were non existant.
     
  5. Bustin Ducks

    Bustin Ducks Newbie

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    El Cajon,california united states
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    scott
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    I was down there on the 14th. and limited off the 115N about 5 miles north of the 78 on the right there is a big row of eucaliptus trees just walk the trees back and forth and the dove fly in and out all day. I limited in an hour.
     
  6. HAYMAN

    HAYMAN HAYMAN

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    Eddie
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    They are bunched up pretty good, as usual this time of year.
    The trees are the ticket.
    Rutherford rd just east of Wiest Lake has quite a few( park rd)
    There are a few trees just east of Ramer lake( kershaw&brownell rd) that have a good bunch of birds.

    Eddie
     

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