If you are ready for a guided dove hunting trip in West Texas, look no further than 24 Outfitters. We offer everything for your hunting and lodging needs while out in West Texas. Located 3 hours west of DFW, our hunting facilities offer a place for relaxation with friends and a hunting experience you will enjoy! If dove hunting is not what entices you, we also offer pig hunts, duck / sandhill crane hunts and spring turkey hunts.
Accommodations for up to 25 people a weekend. We have a house that is completely remodeled to suit your needs. The house can accomodate 13 people. We also have a new cabin (2016) that can accomodate 12 people. The accomodations include wonderful beds (new 38 x 80 beds) except one queen, full AC/heat, refrigerators, microwaves, TVs and satellites, outside shower sink and toilet in cabin, full kitchen in house, 2 full bathrooms in the house, living room and utility room in the house. If you have the need for more people, we can accomodate off-grid RVs.
Price for full package is $750 per person per weekend and includes:
- Friday supper; Saturday breakfast, lunch and supper; and Sunday breakfast;
- Up to four hunts - Friday afternoon, Saturday morning, and if needed Saturday evening, and then again on Sunday morning;
- All the amenities which includes: rifle range, pistol range, skeet shooting, bow range, fishing, ladder toss, corn hole, washers, horseshoes, ping pong, darts, football, basketball, soccer, frisbie, TVs and satellites, poker, fire pit and much more.
Day hunting at $150 per person per day is available (i.e., you take care of your lodging and food), and is offered Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The hunts normally last from sunrise to 10:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. to dark. You will enter the fields and exit the fields with the guide.
- Our dove hunting fields (1,507 planted acres in 2020, going to at least 2,047 planted acres in 2021) consist of approximately:
- 220 acres north of Winters, Texas:
- Wild sunflowers and winter wheat on 110 acres;
- Milo and hay grazer on 110 acres;
- 2021: 50 acres of black oil sunflowers, 60 acres of winter wheat / wild sunflowers and 110 acres of milo;
- 420 acres around Potosi, Texas:
- Oats and wild sunflowers on two fields of 60 acres each (120 acres) - white wing fields;
- Winter wheat and wild sunflowers on four fields - 300 acres;
- 110 acres around Buffalo Gap, Texas:
- Winter wheat and wild sunflowers;
- 520 acres around Pumphrey, Texas:
- Milo on four fields of 80 acres each (320 acres);
- Winter wheat and wild sunflowers on two fields - 200 acres;
- 320 acres around Bronte, Texas (coming back in 2021):
- Milo on four fields of 80 acres each;
- 190 acres around Eula, Texas (410 acres in 2021):
- Winter wheat and wild sunflowers on two fields;
- 2021: two milo fields around 80 acres each (160 acres), one black oil sunflower field of 50 acres; and three fields that total around 200 acres of winter wheat / wild sunflowers;
- 47 acres south of Clyde, Texas:
- Winter wheat and wild sunflowers;
- Working on approximately:
- 50 to 100 acres on edge of Winters, Texas (2021 - black oil sunflowers);
- 80 acres just off I-20 (black oil and white wing); and
- 80 acres around Coleman Texas.
2020 Dove Season Schedule in Texas
- September 1, 2, and 3:
- For opening day, arrive Monday (8/31) evening (after 6 p.m.), dove hunt Tuesday morning, Tuesday evening, Wednesday morning, Wednesday evening, and Thursday morning (out before lunch).
- September 4, 5, and 6;
- September 11, 12 and 13;
- September 18, 19 and 20;
- September 25, 26 and 27;
- October 2, 3 and 4;
- NO HUNT
- October 16, 17, and 18;
- October 23, 24 and 25; and
- October 30, 31 and November 1.
- On dove hunting weekends 2 through 10, arrive Friday mid-day (12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.), dove hunt Friday afternoon, Saturday morning, Saturday evening and Sunday morning (out before lunch)