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Forney lake #2386030 06/23/11 03:07 PM
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So I am pretty sure I am right on this but wanted to double check. Lake Hubbard is owned by Dallas so there is no hunting on it right? I saw somewhere that it is a waterfowl sanctuary. Anyways couldn't find any corps info or hunting info so figured it is off limits. Correct?
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Re: Forney lake [Re: Jobst] #2386140 06/23/11 03:45 PM
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You cannot hunt Ray Hubbard.

The best way to find out is look here: http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/fishboat/fish/recreational/lakes/

Find the lake you are looking for and then call the controlling authority. Everyone I have spoke to has been super nice and then you don't have to take the word of some post on the internet.



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Re: Forney lake [Re: Judd] #2386178 06/23/11 04:12 PM
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K. Appreciate it. Thats what I thought but just wanted to make sure. Thanks for the link too.


Re: Forney lake [Re: Jobst] #2386812 06/23/11 09:28 PM
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Brazos river authority does drawings for the few lakes they control and I think most of the rest are corps of engineers controlled. COE lakes are very touchy so call each lake official, I know some allow hunting in certain areas only, there are even parts of rivers that you cannot hunt if you are within a certain number of miles of a lake


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thanks


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