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North, South, and Central

Texas Dove Hunting


Texas dove hunting is a traditional favorite marking the beginning of the Texas hunting seasons. There are few hunts in the world where you can experience a fast-pace, low-stress social environment, and still be successful. Not to mention you can move around, chat with your friends, drink beer, and leave your scent control at home!

Whether you want to kill birds with a few buddies or entertain a large corporate group, Prone Outfitters Texas dove hunts are a perfect fit.

September 1, 2018 - November 12, 2018

Texas Dove Season


Group sizes up to 75

Allowed 15 birds/day

35,000 Acres

Kid Friendly

Prone Outfitters

Texas Dove Hunts


Prone Outfitters Texas dove hunts take place in two main locations: Stamford (North, Tx) and Fort Mckavett (South/Central, Tx). Each has its own benefits, and choosing the correct ranch for your party will require some of your attention.

Choose from 2

Dove Hunting Locations


North Texas

South/Central Texas

Prone Outfitters

Dove Hunting Packages


North Texas Dove Hunts

per person, per day

$125

Central Texas Dove Hunts

2 Day Package

$550

Dove Hunting Texas


Aside from opening day, Prone Outfitters Texas dove hunts begin and end at noon. A three-day hunt will cover three FULL days, beginning at noon on day one, and ending at noon on day four. You will begin on opening morning if you hunt the first weekend of the season.

Best Time to go Dove Hunting?

“If you want to choose the absolute best hunt times, the second and third weeks will likely be hard to beat.”

One cannot predict the best days of the Texas dove season well in advance. The opening few days of the season are typically decent hunts. However, until we get a cold front to push birds down from the North, the amount of birds will be fair.

 

On the other hand, we will be LOADED with birds once a couple cold fronts move the birds down. Usually this is the second or third week of the season. If you want to choose the absolute best hunt times, the second and third weeks will likely be hard to beat.

 

Throughout the rest of the season we will hold a solid amount of birds just because of the food, water, and bedding our properties contain.