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Hunt County #5378743 10/25/14 07:20 AM
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Any public places to squirrel hunt in Hunt County?


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Tawakoni WMA. You'll have to buy the AHP to hunt there(48.00). I bow hunted for deer there a couple of times. Not the best squirrel hunting the state has to offer,but better than nothing I suppose.

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scratch best public places i've found are golf courses. but they kinda frown on people pulling out a 4ta5 iron & shooting a whole -in-one i was a member of a country club . Tawakoni has 3 different area's pawnee 1,381 acres caddo creek 162 acres & duck cove 792 acres, looking at old book $48.00 permit as said above in other post. best wishes flag



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