Dove season opens up here in Nebraska too. Weather the last couple of weeks has been hot and windy, but the number of doves I've been seeing lately has been increasing. A buddy and I have been shooting a few blue rocks getting ready for the hunting seasons to open. I know that clay pigeons and doves don't fly quite the same, but stand off to one side for crossing shots while your buddy throws rocks into a very uneven gusty 20-35 mph wind and it gets closer.
Archery deer Sept, 15. Soon to be followed by prairie chicken, then pheasant, quail, partridge the first of Nov., then firearm deer the second weekend of Nov. and muzzleloader in Dec. Not to mention fall turkey, and of coarse, waterfowl
by the way the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has a very good website http://ngp.ngpc.state.ne.us/gp.html
[This message has been edited by bergie (edited August 31, 1999).]