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Old 08-23-2019, 4:06 AM
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Default Good News: No License Needed To Kill Feral Hogs In Texas Starting Sep. 1

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/timoth...sep-1-n2552077
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Old 08-23-2019, 4:23 AM
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Looks like you need lessee's permission or be owners agent on private property. Public lands non residents must have license

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Another story I found Googling published in June 2019 said resident and non-residents don't need hunting license on private land for coyotes or feral hogs.


"Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott has signed a bill allowing feral hog hunting without a license in the state.

The rule only applies to private land, however there is no closed season and no bag limits on feral hogs in Texas, meaning the impact could be felt year-round. So you can't just head off into the woods and hunt down a pig, but this does open the door to new regulations as a step towards control of wild hog populations...."

(https://www.wideopenspaces.com/now-y...hogs-in-texas/)
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Old 08-23-2019, 3:59 PM
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I just talked to iour local warden in Texas. He said residents fine without license must have hunter safety if born after 1971. Non residents fine on private property with landowner or agents permission also same hunter safety requirements and can only hunt hogs.. On public land non residents must have license.
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Does that apply to non residents?

Iím wondering if it applies to foreigners as well. Like, since Iím from kalifornia, will I need a passport?



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I was just in Austin on private land, no license required for hogs.
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^^ This starts September first. Yes you were required to have license. Unless high fence exotics operation or under depradation permit.. I confirmed this at 4:30 yesterday with texas warden from El Paso. FYI if you do not have hunter safety you can pay 10 buck waiver fee for one year then must have hunter safety card thereafter..

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^^ This starts September first. Yes you were required to have license. Unless high fence exotics operation or under depradation permit.. I confirmed this at 4:30 yesterday with texas warden from El Paso. FYI if you do not have hunter safety you can pay 10 buck waiver fee for one year then must have hunter safety card thereafter..


Correct, it was high fence operation with exotics.
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Old 08-25-2019, 7:15 AM
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^^ Ok then no problem. What do they charge for hunts. We have dove, quail, ducks and hogs on our property. Nearedst exotic hunt peration is 100 miles southeast of us. We have only crops for miles which is why we have hogs.
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