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Four WMAs reopen for public hunting Texas Parks and Wildlife Department reports several coastal Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) are reopening for public hunting activities. The following WMAs will be accessible during the early teal season as specified in Legal Game

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department reminds you the next drawn hunts application deadline is Friday. Don’t miss out; apply today! FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 is the deadline for these hunt categories: E-Postcard Quail E-Postcard Youth Deer Gun Deer – Either Sex Gun

Guidance on Dealing with Submerged Firearms and Ammunition Gun owners who have seen their firearms and ammunition submerged by flood waters in storm-wracked areas are probably wondering if these items can be salvaged and safely used. The Sporting Arms and

Teal season runs through Sept. 23 The 16-day early teal season opened statewide Saturday with guarded optimism tempered by the reality that many waterfowlers along the Texas coast are focusing on storm recovery. Hunting along the Texas coast typically accounts

Damage from Hurricane Harvey responsible for cancelled public hunts Due to impacts from Hurricane Harvey at wildlife management areas (WMA) and state parks along the coast, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department cancelled public hunts or postponed them. Both annual

CWD Sample Collector Training in Texas Panhandle and Trans-Pecos The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Texas Animal Health Commission, and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will coordinate chronic wasting disease postmortem sample collector training in the Panhandle and Trans-Pecos. Sign

Grizzly bear hunting to end Nov. 30 The British Columbia government announced last week grizzly bear trophy hunting will end throughout the province effective Nov. 30, 2017. Grizzly hunting in the Great Bear Rainforest will stop, said Doug Donaldson, Forests,

The Texas Big Game Awards program announces rule changes effective with the 2017-18 hunting seasons. No scored entries will be accepted from release sites for five years following the last release date. This will affect all properties with pen-raised, Trap/Transport/Transplant,

Avoid last minute rush for buying licenses Make sure you get your new hunting and fishing licenses early. Otherwise, you’ll be waiting in line with everyone else trying to get new licenses at the last minute. Current hunting and fishing

Southeast Texas included in early special Whitewing Days Hunters statewide will have an opportunity to pursue doves during the first weekend of September. While the traditional opener begins Sept. 1 for Texas’ North and Central Dove Zones, hunting in the