Hunting, Fishing and Boating Regulations
Stock Ponds: Texas' Overlooked Duck Magnets
Traditional waterfowl habitats like bottomland hardwoods of East Texas.
State River Access Sites, Paddling Trails Offer Angler Opportunity
Texas contains over 40,000 miles of perennially flowing streams.
Tips to Come Home Safe From a Waterfowl Hunt
These safety tips and techniques can help ensure you return home alive.
Hatcheries + Stewardship = Better Coastal Fishing
Savvy saltwater anglers know that great fishing involves more than just stocking fish from hatcheries.
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Spotlight on TPWD
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Outdoor Annual includes regulations for recreational freshwater and saltwater fishing and hunting in Texas. While Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) strives to provide accurate information in the Outdoor Annual, hunting and fishing regulations may change due to legislative or Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission actions. The Outdoor Annual Mobile App may automatically update to reflect published changes upon establishment of a data connection, but users should independently check the associated statutes and regulations to verify their accuracy. For commercial fishing regulations, see the "Commercial Fishing Guide". For more detailed information on game and fish regulations, contact the Texas Parks and Wildlife Law Enforcement offices, or the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department at 800-792-1112 or 512-389-4800 (Mon–Fri 8AM – 5PM).