What can you hunt in the Texas Panhandle?

What can you hunt in the Texas Panhandle?

Panhandle Outfitters Of Texas only allows a certain amount of mature Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Pronghorn Antelope and Rio Grande Turkey to be harvested each year. This will insure each hunter an opportunity to harvest a mature Deer, Antelope or Turkey year after year.

Is there any public deer hunting in Texas?

Whether you want to take down a massive buck in Brush Country or bag one of the plentiful whitetail deer in Hill Country, Texas is one of the best places to hunt. Even so, over 1.5 million acres of land are still available for public hunting.

Can you hunt for free in Texas?

The $40 Annual Public Hunting Permit from TPWD is all you need for access to most lands. Hunting is free on other public lands, while some agencies charge a small fee. The chart below gives the details. This chart does not include lands in TPWD wildlife management areas or public dove hunting areas.

What do you need to hunt on public land in Texas?

Annual Public Hunting (APH) Permit A valid Texas Hunting License along with any required stamp endorsements is required in addition to the APH Permit to participate in hunting opportunities offered through the Public Hunting Program.

Where is the best hunting in Texas?

The perfect hunting areas depend largely on the type of game you’re stalking. Although deer are found all over the state, they’re best in the brush of south Texas. East Texas is the place for waterfowl and alligators, while javelina are common in west Texas. North Texas is fantastic for pronghorn and rams.

Can you hunt on Texas government lands?

The Annual Public Hunting permit and/or the Limited Public Use permit allows entry upon designated public hunting lands for hunting and other approved outdoor recreational activities.

What 4 states touch the Texas border?

Texas shares borders with the states of Louisiana to the east, Arkansas to the northeast, Oklahoma to the north, New Mexico to the west, and the Mexican states of Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo León, and Tamaulipas to the south and southwest, and has a coastline with the Gulf of Mexico to the southeast.