America’s most hunted game bird, the dove, makes its way southward as the long hot summer days begin to wane. Dove season celebrates the promise of autumn and fall’s bounty. For many hunters, dove season brings the fellowship of shared stubble fields, partners sitting on buckets overlooking cow ponds, and the season’s first dog work.
While finding a shady spot on a cut field’s edge or tucking away behind sunflower stalks may seem like one of the simplest forms of hunting, dove season brings a few challenges: proper hunting clothing can help. Beating the heat with quick-drying material and choosing garments that move and flex helps hunters stay comfortable in the field and be more successful.
Exclusive to NOMAD, Mossy Oak’s Migrate is extremely effective at keeping hunters hidden. Implementing a successful camo pattern onto comfortable, quick-drying fabrics is the ultimate goal for dove hunting this fall.
September’s warm days and sometimes sweltering humidity can put the heat to dove season. The folks at Nomad understand the importance of staying comfortable and beating the heat when it comes to warm-weather hunting; their lineup of warm-weather camo shirts will have you covered this fall and pull double duty next spring.
The Stretch-Lite shirt was engineered to be a lightweight, quick-drying, 4-way stretch shirt for warm weather hunting situations.
- 2-way stretch
- Perforated back and undersleeve
- Quick drying
Choosing a pair of pants that’s durable and comfortable can be tricky. Nomad recognizes that hunting pants should be comfortable and move with you while being tough. The Nomad KRP pant fits the bill and checks all the boxes.
The Nomad KRP Pant is the premier upland game brush pant built to withstand the toughest conditions.
- 4-way stretch fabric
- Stretch Aramid Fiber reinforced front and rear panels
- Ever-adjust waistband
- Crotch gusset
- Never pop button
- 2 front pockets
- 2 rear pockets
C’mon, it’s dove season –
When the days begin to shorten and hunting season arrives, it’s time to gear up. Get out there and enjoy the kick-off to fall and the most popular game bird in North America. C’mon, it’s dove season!