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Regulations

Introducing the Official App of Texas Hunting and Fishing

Just in time for the 2014-2015 hunting season, the Outdoor Annual has gone mobile! Afield or afloat, it's easy to access regulations on your iPhone, iPad or Android, even without internet service.

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Hunting

Big Time Texas Hunts - Win the Hunt of a Lifetime

Big Time Texas Hunts

Now's your chance to enter to win one of 8 premium guided hunt packages on some of the finest private ranches and wildlife management areas in Texas. Bighorn sheep, mule deer, whitetails, waterfowl, birds, exotics, gators or wild hogs! Just $9 per online entry and proceeds support wildlife conservation, habitat management, and public hunting. Enter by October 15 »

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Outdoor Activity of the Month

Swimming in Texas State Parks

Swimming in Texas State Parks

How can you escape the dog days of summer? Join thousands of Texans who take their families swimming (in lakes, rivers, oceans and pools) in a Texas State Park.

Water Safety - No one is unsinkable, so before swimming in a Texas State Park, please visit our water safety page.

Fun Ways to Cool off this Summer

Fishing

Pilot Program: Red Snapper Reporting

Red Snapper

Red snapper are a favorite among coastal anglers but management of the species has been challenging and controversial. To ensure that Texas anglers get a share of red snapper, TPWD is asking recreational anglers to report landings via a short, mobile-friendly survey. More »

Magazine

Texas Fishing 2014

Texas Fishing 2014

How's the fishing? Our experts give the outlook for freshwater and saltwater angling in this Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine digital extra: Texas Fishing 2014.

Boating

Clean. Drain. Dry.

Zebra Mussels

As you hit the lakes this summer, remember to clean, drain and dry your boat every time you leave the water. Destructive zebra mussels and their microscopic larvae hitch rides on boats, spreading to new lakes across Texas and cause economic, environmental and recreational damage. Boaters are required to drain all water from their boat before leaving or approaching Texas public waters.

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