By Lee McClellan
Ky. Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources
After downing a limit of doves at the opening day dove hunt, you feel confident you'll get another limit this coming weekend.
After setting up in a favorite spot near a dead tree in the early afternoon, you wait for groups of doves to come into the field. Instead, a swift gray bird comes in from behind at a 45-degree angle. You raise your barrel, swing and fire, not puffing a single feather on the dove that quickly swerves away, out of danger.