Best Camo For Dove Hunting in 2023
Gamehide Camo Front Loading Upland Dove Hunting Vest with Camo Back
ALPS OutdoorZ Dove Belt
- Pockets can be removed or adjusted for personal preference and easy cleaning
- All pockets are magnet closure systems, allowing easy access to your gear
- Two large shell pockets, game bag pocket and vinyl water bottle pocket
- Our ALPS OutdoorZ Dove Belt is a must have on your next hunt
- Weight: 2 lbs. 5 oz.
Wise Outdoors Super Sport Hunting Seat with Insulated Cooler, Brown/Break-Up Camouflage
- Tough Polyester Camo Fabric, 1" Thick Premium Foam Padding
- Heavy Duty Plastic 10 Gallon Bucket Rated For Over 350 pounds
- Marine Swivel with Plastic Folding Seat
- Removable Insulated Foam Cooler and an Adjustable Shoulder Carry Strap System
- Seat 11' x 12" Overall Height 31"
Kryptek Adventure 3 Short Sleeve Camo Hunting Shirt (Valhalla Collection), Mandrake, M
- Quick dry fabric that also wicks
- Zippered secured chest pocket
- Secure collar that won't flap in the wind
- Protects our skin from UV rays - UPF 50
- Ideal for warm weather, early season, dove hunting, and casual wear
World Famous Sports Burly Tan Camo Dove Hunting Mesh Game Vest (XL)
- Lightweight, Mesh
- Big Game Bag in Back
- Burly Camo Tan Color
Ameristep Dove Stool, Realtree Xtra Green Camo
- Folds down flat
- Rated for 200 lbs.
- Fits in most spring steel blind backpacks
Hunters Specialties 021291072811 Camo Furniture Dove Chair with Back, Realtree Xtra Green
- Steel construction
- Steel construction
- Steel construction
- Rated for 225 pounds
- Seat back for support
Peregrine Venture Bucket Pack Hunting Bucket Backpack Combo, Mossy Oak Break Up Country
- Reinforced polyester fabric featuring Mossy Oak Break Up Country Camo
- Fully insulated interior accomodates standard 5 gallon bucket (bucket included)
- Holds 5 boxes of 3 inch shells
- 360 degree silent spin lid (included)
- Reinforced nylon base with non-slip feet
Ameristep Tripod Dove Stool
- Realtree Edge Frame frame Camo
- Frame folds easily for Transport
- Heavy-duty, weather-resistant fabric
- Great for Dove field and Use in small blinds. Small enough to fold and carry in turkey vest or larger back packs
Ameristep High-Back Chair Realtree Edge Frame Frame
- Realtree Edge Frame frame como. Folds for easy Transport
- Gear pouch to hold shells, calls, scent protection, gloves, etc
- Powder coated frame allows the blind chair to stand up to the elements. Made of a heavy duty weather resistant fabric
- Often used in blinds, as a Dove Stool, and as a comfotable around the camp chair option
Tips for Duck Hunters
A list of 10 GREAT duck hunting tips and techniques.
Duck calls are a sure way to bring your "pray" to you. They make the duck think that it is time to mate! You can buy a duck caller at almost any hunting surplus store or order one online. Make sure you chat with the seller or read reviews on the caller before purchasing, you don't want to make a flaw purchase. Practice your call before going out and actually trying it, that way you won't think you are a failure and give up!
Duck decoys are another surefire way to get the ducks going. Water keel decoys are usually the best choice. They can be purchased at your local hunting shop, or on the internet.
Use a blind!!! Ducks are like every other bird, they get startled when they notice a human in their area. With a blind, you will help hide yourself COMPLETELY while still able to aim and shoot.
Google Earth is an excellent choice if you want to check out your hunting area before you actually get to hunting. You will be able to check "Out Of The Way" spots, check what areas would be the best to find ducks, and what areas you may want to avoid. It will also help you locate certain areas on your map!
Using different species of ducks usually works with decoying. Not only will the specific breed of duck you are hunting become interested in this "newcomer" and want to investigate, but you may even pull in a few bonus birds as well!
Colors, colors colors!!! Black and white are the two colors that are most visible to ducks. Make sure your decoys are made up of mostly black and/or white, or else you may be shooting at air.
Being greedy is not fair game (no pun intended). There is no need to wait on an entire flock of ducks to gather with your decoys. If there are 5-10 ducks at your decoys, go ahead and aim at them. There is no way you are going to bring the whole flock of 50 ducks down single-handedly.
Double shooting will help you keep ducks that are already down! Just because the duck hit the water, does not mean he is man down. It may still be able to swim and manage to get away, make sure you shoot again once it is in the water!
Migrating days are great days for hunting! New ducks arriving from the north will be unfamiliar with their surrounding and obviously not used to hunters. They will make you feel like a world champion hunter!
Finally, have a back up plan. On public land, you can't just pick one spot and claim it as yours for the rest of the season. Pick a Plan B AND a Plan C for those busy hunting days when you find someone hunting in "your" spot.