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    A Sheridan 25cal or Benjamin 22cal pump up is all you need.
    [QUOTE]And yes, they're very tasty, just a pain to clean em/[QUOTE]
    skin them and wrap em in bacon, cook over fire or a hot oven until med rare.
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    We call them double doves here. They are about twice the meat, and easier to hit!!
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    They make the most godawful noise, too. I've just never heard anything more pathetic.
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    like sgt zim said...awful loud...I had a pair nesting in a tree out back....could not get any sleep....so I evicted em...
    ......just because I'm paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get me.....

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    I see them often at home but have yet to shoot any. It's nice to know they taste good as I love morning doves. The Eurasians don't migrate south where I'm at like the morning doves so they're here all year.
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    I'd love to if I could find an area with plenty of them. They're invasive here, too. I've only seen them sporadically and they're tough to identify quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark Bait View Post
    I'd love to if I could find an area with plenty of them. They're invasive here, too. I've only seen them sporadically and they're tough to identify quickly.
    Not shooting on the wing it gets easier, same with spotting Band Tails when hunting Rockdoves (pigeons).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Icystraits View Post
    Also no baiting restrictions so you can shoot em at the grain elevators.
    ...And where again are all those Eurasian ringed doves being harvesting by you. I'm not asking for GPS numbers, but the vicinity?

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    I have never seen a Eurasian collared dove in Ohio. As prolific as they apparently are, I wonder how long it will be before I acquire one as a part of my bag while mourning dove shooting?


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