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It is a public hunting area east of Georgetown, Texas. 11,000 acres. I have been twice and not even fired 6 times. I know there are dove, but I have no idea where to hunt there. If anyone knows a great spot in the Granger WMA, please let me know. First week almost down and no doves to show for it.

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I don't know about Texas but I do know that Georgia WMAs have some nice dove fields planted in millit and different grains.

I hunted at Oconee WMA opening day and at 4:30 they came in like crazy. I couldn't keep my gun loaded at some times. I have heard of people melting the gun barrel down so I took it a little slower. You may not get your limit on WMAs but its some of the best fun you'll have.
 

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I've never hunted that WMA but in general look the edges of it over for adjoining corn, milo, wheat fields or find a natural (topo map here) funnel to some water. It's inconcievalbe that there are not a TON of birds on that thing. I went golfing yesterday in that area and saw more doves than you could shake a stick at.

Another thing to try is call the Biologist at TPWD that is in charge of that place and ask him/her what areas seem to hold birds.
 
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