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1.) crookedeye - 08/24/2013
so how far away can you shoot lead away from a lake while hunting doves? Is it like a hundred yards? are do you even have to worry about it? i could call the game and parks ..but this is much funner..
2.) billy b - 08/24/2013
You don't have to worry about it in Nebraska, there are no lakes, just sludge pits.:grin:
3.) crookedeye - 08/24/2013
sludge pits?? you take that back billy!! my parents so that includes me.. have a secluded cabin in the beaver lakes area.
4.) crookedeye - 08/24/2013
them little crappie you catch in them mud pits dont compare to the 18 inchers i catch here..
5.) billy b - 08/25/2013
If its secluded, how do you find it, an 18" crappie down here is not a keeper:bad:
6.) crookedeye - 08/25/2013
gps.. its going to be a hot week this week 97 98's for highs..i'm going to melt on them roofs..
7.) Floyd - 08/25/2013
Crookedeyeball, do you pretend to shoot deer from the roof tops. Or just the guys you work for?
8.) crookedeye - 08/25/2013
that head of youres floyd would be beat "red" on those roof tops this week ....lmao...
9.) crookedeye - 08/25/2013
we would have them conversation on the roof on rather a egg would cook faster on the roof or floyds head..:wave:
10.) crookedeye - 08/25/2013
i'm looking forward to it..
11.) Floyd - 08/25/2013
I bet you do talk about me all the time up there with the boys. And you look forward to it. Interesting. I think you love me. CE has a man crush on me. LMAO.

Did you get an answer to your original question? No? Imagine that....

Nontoxic Shot: While waterfowl hunting, only nontoxic shot approved by the director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service may be possessed. Lead shot is unlawful! The Dove is not a waterfowl. A migratory bird, yes, but not a waterfowl. And one doesn't routinely set up hunting blinds on water and shoot them to land in water. Just buy steel shot-shells if the pattern right out of your shot gun.
12.) Floyd - 08/25/2013
You using dove decoys?
13.) crookedeye - 08/25/2013
i mention you a couple times...
14.) crookedeye - 08/25/2013
[QUOTE=Floyd;10001]You using dove decoys?[/QUOTE]

i'm bought a dozen from walmart a few years back work pretty good when you have a single coming in.
15.) crookedeye - 08/25/2013
last time i ate them i breaded them in flour and fryed them good and long, like they tell you to do..they tasted like liver..i think i cooked them to long. next time i get a few i'll wrap with bacon and put them on the grill. maybe throw in a jalapeno slice. that and wash it down with beer.
16.) DParker - 08/25/2013
Dove breasts always have a liver flavor to them. You can tame that a bit though if you marinate them in wine and some herbs first (I like to use Shiraz/Syrah with some rosemary and tarragon). And the bacon wrap is a must to keep them from drying out. If you want to grill them putting them on skewers is an easy method that works really well. Just remember to soak the skewers in water first if you're using wood ones (like bamboo).
17.) billy b - 08/25/2013
It's 102 degrees here [B]NOW!!![/B]Crookedeye you would melt!.
18.) Floyd - 08/26/2013
No Billy. Let are beloved crookedeye believe he's big man on campus.
19.) Old Crow - 08/26/2013
Quick look at your regs ... but it isn't totally clear .... they say any waterfowl requires non toxic So dove would be open although there is a statement in the waterfowl regs that limits certain state hunting areas to the non toxic requirements.

Nontoxic shot is required for all shotgun hunting on federal waterfowl production areas and national wildlife refuges and, as posted, some state wildlife management areas. For the latest legal shot types, check the waterfowl section at OutdoorNebraska.org. Legal Nontoxic Shot Bismuth-tin Tungsten-matrix Iron (steel) Tungsten-polymer Iron-tungsten Tungsten-tin-iron Iron-tungsten-nickel Tungsten-tin-bismuth Tungsten-bronze Tungsten-tin-iron-nickel Tungsten-iron-copper-nickel Tungsten-iron-polymer
20.) crookedeye - 08/28/2013
[QUOTE=Floyd;10018]No Billy. Let are beloved crookedeye believe he's big man on campus.[/QUOTE]
nothing gets threw campus unless i ok it..
21.) Floyd - 08/29/2013
Sure little Bonaparte. Whatever.
22.) crookedeye - 08/29/2013
floyd are you sure you dont want to join are exclusive campus club?? where going to need some muscle if were going to take over other clubs on campus..lol..
23.) Floyd - 08/29/2013
Yes I'm sure. With all the rumors about you and most of them being true, I will keep my distance. Your bestest buddy told me all about them rumors.