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Post  BIG J on 2012-04-10, 17:24

Little confused about what animal I am referring to? Those are just a few nicknames of the pigeon. I recently read an article in Outdoor Life on "America's Most Underrated Wingshooting Endeavor." A company called Soar No More is sweeping the wingshooting market with their pigeon decoys. With no seasons, no regulations & the only limit is how many shells you brought you can quickly see how much fun this would be.

Their tip for finding a sweet spot is to look for cattle feed lots, apparently it's a magnet for pigeons. Any farm will do though, most farmers would love to get rid of them. If you watch the video below you will see why this sport is becoming a huge hit. I think this would be an awesome trip especially for the off seasons between waterfowl seasons.


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