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Where exactly can you hunt? #5496469 12/24/14 03:18 AM
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On navigable rivers?

Anywhere? I know you can hunt in the Brazos and Colorado but what about other rivers down by the coast?

How can you tell what lakes you can and cannot hunt?


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Re: Where exactly can you hunt? [Re: txtrophy85] #5496490 12/24/14 03:26 AM
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Contact the local authority for the ones you want to know about.
You will not get the information you need on here by asking, nor should you use any information you get on here, probably will not be accurate.

Re: Where exactly can you hunt? [Re: txtrophy85] #5496511 12/24/14 03:31 AM
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Was gonna call the game warden tomorrow, wanted to know if anyone had any info


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Re: Where exactly can you hunt? [Re: txtrophy85] #5498268 12/24/14 11:39 PM
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All are different, lakes that is. Some state run, some COE run, some BRA run, some local run, etc.....Pretty much have to look at each individually regarding where/if you can hunt and any special regs. Rivers, sounds like the biggest issue is containing your "shot" to the river. If your "shot" passes to private ground that's illegal I believe.

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