William Rawls (left) and Harold Devane share a dove hunt and a laugh at Suggs Mill Pond Game Land, one of many permit hunting opportunities offered at N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission Game Lands. Commission staff had planted the field with millet and burned it to expose the seed to attract doves.
William Rawls (left) and Harold Devane share a dove hunt and a laugh at Suggs Mill Pond Game Land, one of many permit hunting opportunities offered at N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission Game Lands. Commission staff had planted the field with millet and burned it to expose the seed to attract doves. Mike Marsh
William Rawls (left) and Harold Devane share a dove hunt and a laugh at Suggs Mill Pond Game Land, one of many permit hunting opportunities offered at N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission Game Lands. Commission staff had planted the field with millet and burned it to expose the seed to attract doves. Mike Marsh

Hunters and wildlife managers get all fired up over doves

September 09, 2015 03:56 PM

UPDATED September 10, 2015 10:27 AM

More Videos

  • They killed a 12-foot, 5-inch, 620-pound alligator. That was the easy part

    Joe Houston and his nephew Scott Houston hunted a huge alligator near the South Carolina coast. They had to use a crossbow, harpoons and a gun to finish the hunt, which took an hour and 45 minutes, before they were able to get the alligator in the boat. Joe Houston is having the meat processed and having the head and other parts mounted.