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Brazos River Legal? #7942626 08/19/20 09:31 PM
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Is it legal to hunt the Brazos River south of Lake Granbury? I saw on the BRA website this article

https://www.brazos.org/About-Us/News/Current-News/ArticleID/570

making me think it might be but have also seen things on google making me not sure. My fiancé's parents live in Pecan Plantation and I'm looking for duck hunting opportunities for the weekends I'm out there and not at home.


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Re: Brazos River Legal? [Re: PoppinPiggies] #7942719 08/19/20 10:32 PM
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The river is public in the middle to lower regions. The upper regions it is little more than a stream with barb wire across it.

You may not shoot out of the river because that would be trespass by shot. You would also need to make sure you are outside of any city limits and are launching from a ramp that allows firearms.

I would call the game warden for the section of river you plan to hunt and get their perspective since that’s who you’ll be talking to if a landowner makes a call.


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