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Richland Chambers Lake Duck Hunting #6805491 06/27/17 03:38 AM
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I am having a hard time finding info on Richland Chambers Lake (not the WMA...) anyone know if duck hunting is allowed on this lake?

Re: Richland Chambers Lake Duck Hunting [Re: odwraca] #6805957 06/27/17 04:27 PM
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If its not part of WMA or Public Hunting Land, might have better luck in Migratory Bird Hunting ... In high school did lots of duck & goose hunting... When they made it steel shot only, under stand reason, yet up here, hunting is as pappy says: the poormans food stamps ... Deer hunting basicly shotgun & lots of hunters consurned about acracy for deer hunts with smooth bore shot gun... Lead is easier on barrels... flag



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Re: Richland Chambers Lake Duck Hunting [Re: odwraca] #6807201 06/28/17 08:34 PM
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For any lake or potential hunting area in the State, Do a search for "lakes near (town name)".

Google the name of any lake or area name followed by "controlling authority", for example Richland Chambers Lake Controlling Authority might work.

Then google the name of the controlling authority you find. For example the controlling authority for a couple lakes in Texas might be Tarrant Regional Water District.

If you search google for Tarrant Regional Water District or any other controlling authority by name you should be able to find a website. An example of one lake controlling authority website would be http://www.trwd.com/

On a controlling authority's website look for links to things like "hunting", "rules", "general ordinance", "duck hunting", "recreation" that you could use to click through to find the published rules regarding hunting.
If there is no obvious links to click through just use the website search for each those terms.
If still stumped, use the contact information on the controlling authority website to call or email them with the question.

Most lakes have a page with their rules that will include rules for hunting or no hunting. If it was say a water controlling authority, they usually have a published general ordinance that covers all rules and regulations for any lakes and rivers under their control. So clicking through on such a website you should find a page or pdf file of same. An example of what one looks like would be www.trwd.com/wp-content/uploads/fullgeneralordinance.pdf

Good luck. Hope you can find it.

Re: Richland Chambers Lake Duck Hunting [Re: odwraca] #6808000 06/29/17 05:46 PM
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Todays duck hunting is way different than 50 yrs ago...
back then it was just people fishing, ya had ta share lake with... Now, ya have the speed boats, skiers, tubing, wave runners, skijets & such.. Theirs several WMA & Public Land Hunting areas set aside for Duck Hunting... All about dealing with the public...
Lot of water shore land is Privet, or being sold... Looked at lake lot in Wood country, They had stipulations, No tents, campers, trailers, had ta be $100,000.00 house or better, what i was told... flag



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