Texas Hunting News

Texas Biologists Say Spring Could Have Negative Impact on Turkey
Continued dry range conditions throughout much of the state this spring could have a negative impact on wild turkey production and hunting prospects, according to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department biologists.
Texas Online Survey Regarding Hunting Regulations
In addition to presenting proposed hunting and fishing regulations at dozens of public hearings taking place around the state, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is looking to interact with constituents through an online public comment survey.
Texas PWD Considers Changes to Deer Hunting Regulations
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has transitioned away from political boundaries for the purpose of monitoring white-tailed deer populations and toward biologically-based communities or Resource Management Units (RMUs).
Texas Hunters May Have to Change Strategy This Year
Hunters hoping for a shot at a quality deer during the 2008-09 deer season will need to get off the bench and into the game, suggest state wildlife biologists, as current range conditions indicate increased availability of native food sources.
Texas Big Time Hunt Deadline Oct.15th
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is reminding Texas hunters to enter this year's Big Time Texas Hunts by the October 15th deadline.
Texas PWD Cancels Hunts Along Ike's Path
Due to flooding and dangerous conditions caused by Hurricane Ike, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has cancelled public hunts at sites in the storm's path.
Pronghorns Decline in 2 West Texas Counties
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) wildlife biologists recently recorded a considerable drop in the pronghorn antelope population in portions of Jeff Davis and Presidio Counties.
Texas Offers Discount to Online Applicants
The Lone Star State boasts some of the finest hunting anywhere in the country, and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's Big Time Texas Hunts offer hunters a chance to experience the best of the best.
Texas PWD Offers Special Hunts This Fall
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will be conducting special drawings for hunts and applications for these quality, affordable hunting experiences are available online now.
Texas Conservation Plates Support Wildlife, Fish and Parks
What started as a wild idea in 1999 has become an important way to fund wildlife and fisheries conservation and support state parks in Texas, as evidenced by tens of thousands of motorists who have raised more than $4 million by humming down Lone Star roadways sporting conservation license plates.