2013-2014 Texas Parks & Wildlife Outdoor Annual 1.1

Easily view the official summary of the 2013-2014 Texas Hunting and Fishing Regulations in the Texas Parks and Wildlife Outdoor Annual on your iPad. This is a critical resource for anyone hunting or fishing in Texas and includes information about ...

2013-2014 Texas Parks & Wildlife Outdoor Annual 1.1

Easily view the official summary of the 2013-2014 Texas Hunting and Fishing Regulations in the Texas Parks and Wildlife Outdoor Annual on your iPad. This is a critical resource for anyone hunting or fishing in Texas and includes information about licenses, stamp endorsements and tags as well as regulations for recreational freshwater fishing, saltwater fishing and hunting. Regulations are valid September 1, 2013 through August 31, 2014.

Once downloaded, no internet connection is needed to view this publication.

The Outdoor Annual includes fishing information such as reservoir boundaries, freshwater/saltwater boundaries, legal devices, bag and length limits, tips for measuring and releasing fish, identification for certain fish, and more. Hunting content includes season dates, a listing of regulations by county and information on tagging deer or turkey, means and methods, and much more. Brief regulation summaries of alligators, late-season migratory game birds, and fur-bearing animals are also included. For additional information, there are links embedded throughout the publication to take you to the most up-to-date resources on the Texas Parks and Wildlife website.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The information in this guide is a SUMMARY of the regulations and statutes governing hunting and fishing. For more detailed information on game and regulations, please contact a TPWD Law Enforcement office or call (800) 792-1112 (8 a.m. "œ 5 p.m., Monday through Friday). Information contained in this summary is subject to change by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, the Texas Legislature, and/or the federal government. The official regulations, current to the day, can be accessed at www.sos.state.tx.us under Title 31 of the Texas Administrative Code.

Hunting and fishing regulations, as well as state-mandated hunter education and safety information, are also available online in Spanish. Visit www.tpwd.texas.gov/espanol, or with specific questions call (800) 792-1112.

   



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