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Non Resident Texas Turkey Tags #8571822 04/05/22 01:03 AM
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Quick question for you guys. I was just recently invited on a turkey hunt in south Texas this coming weekend (4/8-4/9) so I went online to purchase a license and I see that tags have to be mailed to your residence. Obliviously, they won't make it before I leave on Thursday. Is there some way to print tags on your home computer or would I just be better off to purchase a license at Wal-Mart or a sporting goods store in Texas that can print the tags on site? I'd prefer to order online so if there are any issues I can iron them out before driving 12 hours but at this point I might be better to wait for an in person purchase?

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I’d just plan on an in store purchase.



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Originally Posted by MS1888
Quick question for you guys. I was just recently invited on a turkey hunt in south Texas this coming weekend (4/8-4/9) so I went online to purchase a license and I see that tags have to be mailed to your residence. Obliviously, they won't make it before I leave on Thursday. Is there some way to print tags on your home computer or would I just be better off to purchase a license at Wal-Mart or a sporting goods store in Texas that can print the tags on site? I'd prefer to order online so if there are any issues I can iron them out before driving 12 hours but at this point I might be better to wait for an in person purchase?

At this point it might be better to wait for an in person purchase.

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Store purchase, guaranteed. Speaking of, I use to laugh at spring turkey prices when they were $500 but now they are twice that. Ridiculous. I use to chase turkeys off my feeder while hunting. Spring turkey hunting is not fun and all Texas turkeys have ran away.

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Originally Posted by MS1888
Quick question for you guys. I was just recently invited on a turkey hunt in south Texas this coming weekend (4/8-4/9) so I went online to purchase a license and I see that tags have to be mailed to your residence. Obliviously, they won't make it before I leave on Thursday. Is there some way to print tags on your home computer or would I just be better off to purchase a license at Wal-Mart or a sporting goods store in Texas that can print the tags on site? I'd prefer to order online so if there are any issues I can iron them out before driving 12 hours but at this point I might be better to wait for an in person purchase?


In Texas, Walmart is usually 24x7. I’d just pick up once you are here.

I hope you have a great trip!! Be safe


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