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Military and new to Texas Advice #7663811 11/16/19 08:10 PM
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What are the best ways to find land to hunt? Around San Angelo Texas.

Re: Military and new to Texas Advice [Re: JohnPhil] #7664144 11/17/19 02:48 AM
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Welcome! Tough time of year to find access.

What branch/what bass?

Most of Texas is private so finding access is premium or getting on a lease. Might be hard since you’ll only be here a few years so consider day lease or outfitted hunts.

Re: Military and new to Texas Advice [Re: duckhunter175] #7664719 11/17/19 09:39 PM
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USAF at Goodfellow. It is indeed tough to find access. I'll look into those options. Any pointers on finding a good outfitted place? Thank you for the advice!

Re: Military and new to Texas Advice [Re: JohnPhil] #7664909 11/18/19 12:47 AM
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San Angelo State Park has public hunting around the park and @ Twin Buttes lake for the cost of a 40$ permit.Check online for details.Good Luck and Thanks for your service!


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Re: Military and new to Texas Advice [Re: JohnPhil] #7665007 11/18/19 02:13 AM
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Check with the Rod & Gun Club on base they will know of any special military deals and what's available as far as public land. Camp Bullis and Ft Hood have access at times.


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Re: Military and new to Texas Advice [Re: JohnPhil] #7670070 11/22/19 10:38 PM
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Thank ya'll!

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