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Short answer: there's a lot of public land, most likely state owned (not federal), that's available for hunting. [1] There might be limitations for nonresidents and/or based on what you plan to hunt with (e.g. firearm, black powder, bow) but this looks like a great starting point for information: Public Hunting and Access to TPWD Lands "Texas Parks and ...


It is always the hunters responsibility to correctly identify their targets and handle their weapons safely. That said, you can always help them out by making it clear your are a human as others have noted. Bright colours, standing in the open, and human noise are all good. Trying to hide in a bush and trick the hunter with deer calls is a bad idea. It's ...

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