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For commercial fishing regulations, see the "Commercial Fishing Guide". For more detailed information on game and fish regulations, contact the Texas Parks and Wildlife Law Enforcement offices, or the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department at 800-792-1112 or 512-389-4800 (Mon–Fri 8AM – 5PM). TPWD receives funds from the USFWS.

1. General Hunting Rules & Regulations
2. Licenses
3. Migratory Game Bird Regulations
4. Seasons by County
5. Seasons by Category
6. Fur-bearing Animal Regulations

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1. It is unlawful to: 1. take, attempt to take, or possess wildlife resources within a protected length limit, in greater numbers, by other means, or at any time or place, other than as indicated within this guide or as may otherwise be provided by law. 2. hunt on public roads or the right-of-way of public roads; except for certain reptiles and amphibians. 3. store, transport, or abandon an unsecured firearm in a place where children can obtain (unsupervised) access to the firearm. A person under age 17 who has lawful access to a firearm may hunt with the firearm if the youth has successfully completed the hunter education course, or is accompanied by a licensed hunter age 17 or older who has complied with the hunter education requirement, if applicable. 4. drive a motor vehicle in the bed of a navigable freshwater stream, unless approved by a local river access plan established by a city, county, or river authority. This law does not apply to the Canadian River and Prairie Dog Town Fo

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It is unlawful to take more than one buck with an inside spread of 13 inches or greater or having two branched antlers (i.e. a person who takes a buck in violation of the antler restriction regulation is prohibited from subsequently harvesting any buck deer with branched antlers on both main beams in that county during that hunting season).

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Deer hunting in Texas is a popular pursuit, governed by the regulations set forth by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Hunters have their choice of white-tailed deer or mule deer to hunt in the Lone Star State. Licenses. Texas law requires that every deer hunter possess a …

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Deer hunting in Texas is a popular pursuit, governed by the regulations set forth by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Hunters have their choice of white-tailed deer or mule deer to hunt in the Lone Star State. Licenses Texas law requires that every deer hunter possess a license.

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For commercial fishing regulations, see the "Commercial Fishing Guide". For more detailed information on game and fish regulations, contact the Texas Parks and Wildlife Law Enforcement offices, or the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department at 800-792-1112 or 512-389-4800 (Mon–Fri 8AM – 5PM). TPWD receives funds from the USFWS.

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Deer hunting in Texas is a popular pursuit, governed by the regulations set forth by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Hunters have their choice of white-tailed deer or mule deer to hunt in the Lone Star State. Licenses Texas law requires that every deer hunter possess a license. Those younger than 17 must have […]

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Texas Deer Hunting Regulations July 24, 2012. Deer hunting in Texas is a popular pursuit, governed by the regulations set forth by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Hunters have their choice of white-tailed deer or mule deer to hunt in the Lone Star State. Licenses. Texas law requires that every deer hunter possess a license.

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For example, you may be interested in how research results from free-ranging wild-deer populations compare to the results from captive-deer studies. Investigators may capture 2,000 free-ranging deer, but if they have captured only 11 as yearlings and again at maturity, the sample size is only 11.

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Senior Lecturer and Attorney at Law The Texas Deer Lease D eer hunting is big business in Texas. Hunting leases continue through hunting laws. Although the state regulates when, how and the number of deer that may The price of the hunting lease may rise with the permission to hunt more game.

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In states like Texas where baiting is not only legal but the way deer are typically hunted using a corn smelling attractant could produce big dividends. Wild game Innovations makes a product called Cornfused Deer Attract that is advertised as legal in all 50 states. Sex Sells: Nothing sells like sex and that goes for whitetails as well.

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It is also against Texas law to hunt on any public roads or on the right of way of any public roads. There are also certain rules after hunting a deer in Texas. After the deer is killed and before it is field dressed or moved, the right hunting license tag or permit must be filled out immediately and the dates cut out.

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Deer hunting in Texas is a popular pursuit, governed by the regulations set forth by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Hunters have their choice of white-tailed deer or mule deer to hunt in the Lone Star State. Licenses. Texas law requires that every deer hunter possess a …

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Deer hunting in Texas is a popular pursuit, governed by the regulations set forth by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Hunters have their choice of white-tailed deer or mule deer to hunt in the Lone Star State. Licenses. Texas law requires that every deer hunter possess a …

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Deer hunting in Texas is a popular pursuit, governed by the regulations set forth by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Hunters have their choice of white-tailed deer or mule deer to hunt in the Lone Star State. Licenses Texas law requires that every deer hunter possess a license. Those younger than 17 must have […]

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Deer hunting in Texas is a popular pursuit, governed by the regulations set forth by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Hunters have their choice of white-tailed deer or mule deer to hunt in the Lone Star State. Licenses. Texas law requires that every deer hunter possess a …

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What are the regulations for hunting deer in east texas?

Doe harvest regulations are radically different in East Texas than they are in South and Central Texas. It always pays to know the regulations. Baiting deer on public land in most states is illegal. That means putting out a corn feeder or a pile of corn or other grain will get you in trouble with game wardens, most likely resulting in a hefty fine.

Can you use a dog to hunt in texas?

Baiting is permissible on private, but not public, property. You cannot use dogs to pursue deer in Texas, but they can be used to track wounded deer. Open deer hunting seasons vary across the state, and with the species of deer. Archers can begin hunting both mule deer and white-tailed deer in late September.

Do you need a license to hunt in texas at 17?

Additionally, all hunters over the age of 17 must carry a driver’s license or identification card from the Texas Department of Public Safety to verify their identity. Those who fail to follow Texas hunting regulations may lose their hunting license, be fined up to $10,000 and face jail time.

How much does a hunting license cost in texas?

An annual license only costs $48 from the Texas Parks and Wildlife while packaged hunts can run up a price tag anywhere from $1500-$15,000. As for the extra challenge presented, the patience and perseverance invested pays off in the end when you feel the accomplishment of a successful hunt.

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