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Hunting Texas Parks and Wildlife Land #7771365 03/13/20 11:08 PM
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My "On X Hunt" Map shows a large Tract of Land near me to be owned by the Texas Parks and Wildlife, does anybody know if it's Huntable? if so, what Permits or Process does one have to do/get to Predator hunt it? thanks in advance.

Re: Hunting Texas Parks and Wildlife Land [Re: Hilonesome] #7771668 03/14/20 05:41 AM
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Where is the property?


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use this tool. Do a search for your town and find the WMA's nearby.

http://tpwd.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=c9788957300943559f7b49206e8ef153

If it is a WMA you'll need your walk in permit in addition to your hunting license and hunter's ed. I think most of the WMA's are closed till next season though, please correct me if I am wrong.


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It's in Palo Pinto County

Re: Hunting Texas Parks and Wildlife Land [Re: Hilonesome] #7772908 03/15/20 04:18 PM
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My guess is that property is the land purchased for the state park?

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As said probably the State Park land around Tucker Lake. Last I read about it, the park was dependent on private funding so it may be some time before it is built and opened.

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Originally Posted by TWarren
My guess is that property is the land purchased for the state park?

The only State Park Area that they have purchased near here is outside of Strawn.

Re: Hunting Texas Parks and Wildlife Land [Re: Hilonesome] #7789410 03/30/20 12:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Hilonesome
My "On X Hunt" Map shows a large Tract of Land near me to be owned by the Texas Parks and Wildlife, does anybody know if it's Huntable? if so, what Permits or Process does one have to do/get to Predator hunt it? thanks in advance.


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