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Welcome to TexasHuntingLicense.org

Hunting is a pastime that many people enjoy here in Texas, not to mention the rest of the country. Before you can join in, you must get your Texas hunting license. A hunting license allows one to legally hunt and capture certain species in the wild. This site is dedicated to helping you learn more about hunting in Texas.

 
Get A Hunting License In Texas

In order to legally hunt in Texas, a Texas hunting license is required. Read More

Hunter Safety Course

Unless you were born before September 2, 1971, you must complete a hunter safety course to legally hunt in Texas.  Read More

Renew Texas Hunting License

In the state of Texas, you must purchase a new license each calendar year on August 31, as there is no renewal process. Read More

Texas Hunting License Replacement

If your Texas hunting license has been lost, stolen or destroyed, you will need to purchase a replacement as soon as possible. Read More

Texas Hunting Essentials

From the green plains to the dry desert, you'll need to prepare for different Texas hunting climates.  Read More

Species to Hunt in Texas

In order to hunt different species in Texas, you will need to make sure to have a proper stamp, whether you're interested in migratory birds or reptiles and amphibians.  Read More

Nonresident Hunting in Texas

We've put together a Texas Hunting License & Forms Packet to assist you with the Texas hunting license process, as well as offer you helpful information on a myriad of hunting-related topics. Read More

 

We've put together a Texas Hunting Packet to assist you with the Texas hunting license process, as well as offer you helpful information on a myriad of hunting-related topics.

Click here to access the Texas Hunting License Checklist & Forms Packet.

  1. When hunting with firearms, remember to keep firearm safety in mind.
  2. Do not litter, a clean environment has more animals to hunt.
  3. Keep food sealed when not eating.
  4. Keep dry, especially your feet.
  5. Have plenty of food and water.
  6. Do not feed wild animals.
  7. Keep important documents sealed and easily accessible.
  8. Keep your cellphone charged, and have an extra battery charged if possible.
  9. If staying overnight, keep in mind the general safety rules of camping.
  10. Make sure to have plenty of fuel for your hunting vacation.