4 Ways to Get Ready for the New Season- Texas
Posted on 15 July 2020
Hello Wild Rose Women! The new Texas 2020 hunting season is nearly here, and it’s time to start prepping for your first hunt! Here are 4 things that you'll want to check off your list before the fun begins.
Savanna in our fade to black camo
1) Review the Season Dates
Mark your calendar, hunting season dates for 2020-2021 are now set, including these season openers:
- Dove: 9/1 for North and Central Zones, 9/14 for South Zone
- Archery-only (Deer and Turkey): 10/3
- Quail: 10/31
- General White-Tailed Deer: 11/7
Check OutdoorAnnual.com (or download the app) for regulations and other need-to-know hunting information. Updates will be available by August 15. Due to the impacts of the ongoing health situation, the 2020-2021 Outdoor Annual will be all-digital and unavailable as a printed booklet.
Shania in our camo fade to black face buff
2) Get Your License
Tess in our Full Wild Rose Original Camo
3) Expand Your Opportunities With Drawn Hunts
The Public Hunt Drawing System gives you the chance to apply for more than 9,000 hunts throughout the state, including hunts at the unique Powderhorn WMA, National Wildlife Refuge Hunts and premium Private Lands Dove Hunts. Browse the catalog by area or category.
You can apply for multiple hunts in the same category, but keep an eye on the application deadline dates. The first deadline is August 1. Good luck!
Tory mixing it up in our camo fade to coral.
4) Find Your Hunter Education Certification
Every hunter born after September 1, 1971 must carry proof of Hunter Education in the field. If you have misplaced your card, get a free copy by doing an online search for your certification and printing it out. Then keep that proof in your pocket!
Judy on the far right in our camo fade to tan
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