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#7062099 - 02/01/18 04:21 PM Public Areas Around Houston?
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Registered: 01/01/13
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I've been trying to get my 6 year old out in the field to do some camping and hunting (light hunting), but it keeps raining at my hunting lease on our free weekends. I was looking around the TPW website at the public hunting land available & was wondering if those who've had any experience with it could give me some tips? Alabama Creek WMA looks ideal as it's only a couple of hours away, allows hog, rabbit, squirrel & has a handful of designated camping areas, but I've just never done one of these before (Im just using this one as an example, would be open to others that allowed this kind of hunting). Do I need to do anything special when using the public land/wma? Do i need to check in somewhere, or buy a special permit outside of my hunting license? Thanks for your help

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#7062142 - 02/01/18 04:46 PM Re: Public Areas Around Houston? [Re: JB1316]
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Loc: wondering about the woods
Check out the Public Hunting section on this forum.
Alabama Creek was in the booklet for the $48.00 permit.
Mods in that section have more info. Best wishes.
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#7062370 - 02/01/18 07:22 PM Re: Public Areas Around Houston? [Re: JB1316]
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Oh good deal. Thanks

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