The information provided below is in response to general frequently asked questions about hunting. We hope you find this information useful. If you don't find the answer you're looking for, please visit the "contact us" page and email us your question.

Do I need a hunting license / What type of license do I need?

Yes, a hunting license is required of any person, regardless of age, who hunts any animal, bird, frog or or turtle in Texas. Exceptions are applied to specific nuisance animals. Additional information specific to the type of license and Hunting Stamp Endorsement requirements may be found on the page link below.

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Where can I purchase a hunting license?

A Texas hunting license may be purchased online through the Texas Parks & Wildlife website. Alternately, a person may purchase a license at most stores that sell sporting goods, and at select retail stores located near public lakes.

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Where can I find information on hunting in Texas?

The Texas Parks & Wildlife website is a great resource for answering most hunting questions. If you're not able to locate an answer on their website, you may contact them at the numbers or email addresses listed within their website. We've included a couple of links below.

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Do I have to have a group, or can 1 or 2 of us go?

We attempt to provide opportunities for hunting to individuals and groups of all sizes. Hunting is a great outdoor activity that enables you to meet other's who share your passion for the outdoors. If you're by yourself feel free to stop and meet other hunting members nearby, or if you prefer your solitude relax and enjoy the time away from the daily grind.

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To get a group discount, does the group have to sign up and pay at the same time?

Yes, in order to receive a group discount or group "privileges", all persons that will be part of the group must be identified by full name and pay in full, for any discount to apply. If a group discount is applied and the group doesn't have enough persons complete payment by the due date, others in the group must pay the additional cost, or receive a refund. No one in the group will be able to hunt until all invoices are paid in full.

When paying by cash or check, most groups identify one or two persons within the group to serve as the leader and collect funds, then complete payment as an individual transaction.

Alternately, a group leader can collect and provide a list of group members with name and email address, and we will invoice each member of the group electronically. Each person may pay online, or print their invoice and mail payment directly to us. We allow 5 to 15 business days for persons within a group to complete individual payment, depending on the lease type.

If you have extenuating circumstances that require a late addition or change to your group, or need a custom online invoice for payment, contact Patrick Hill to discuss your needs.

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