Texas Outdoor Annual 4+
Guide to hunt, fish & boat.
Texas Monthly Magazine
The Texas Outdoor Annual conveniently contains hunting, fishing, and boating regulations, all in one app.
- Hunting season dates & limits for your county
- Seasons and bag limits for all game animals
- Means and methods restrictions
- Game tagging instructions
- Latest hunting news from TPWD*
- NEW: Links to report your hunt harvest
- Statewide bag and length limits
- Exceptions to statewide limits by water body
- Places to fish nearby (now over 1,000 locations)
- Fish identification
- Weekly fishing reports*
- Latest fishing news from TPWD*
- NEW: Links to report Alligator gar harvest
Boating and Water Safety:
- Required safety equipment
- Titling and registration requirements
- Office locations
- Operation of your boat
Licenses, stamps and permits:
- NEW: Connect and view your licenses and endorsements
- Licenses, permits & stamps
- License retailers near you
- Purchase licenses online*
*Some features require internet connection.
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. – 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. Regulations valid September 1, 2022 through August 31, 2023.
- Updated data for 2022/2023
Ratings and Reviews
This app has a strange feature
I have Safari and pop ups entirely blocked on my phone, so I cannot use the web. However, if I do click on one of these links, it strangely takes me to this app
I like it.
Great tool. Always room for improvement. Perhaps a pop up telling you there are updates. If you do not go update at beginning up new season you are potentially viewing incorrect information which could cause you to be in violation of regulations. In addition, changes made during the year like closings do not show up. Otherwise plenty of information right here in one place. While I’m at it. Nowhere does TPWD say fish remains can or cannot be returned to a water body. Internet search will tell you TPWD recommends returning to water with air bladder punctured. Local law enforcement says it’s illegal dumping. Fish cleaning stations at marinas everywhere return remains to water. My only legal choice is the trash can at a gas station since they are for customers this no theft of service;). Seriously clarify this please.
Texas hunting & fishing apt.
For those who write a bad review have no idea as how to use a mobile phone. After reviewing the apt. I was really surprised of the new updates. Loved those about the fishing info! This apt. Has it all and still more. For you fellows out there in never never land, ya better get this apt. Because it’s like a Tech order book. And some of my service buddies know what I am talking about. If something is out of date ya better check the Tech data first to see the the change. This way ya won’t be getting a citation from our friends from the Dept. of law enforcement. Remember, these guys do save lives from time to time. Ya all take care out there in the hunting field and on the lakes. One last thought, leave the alcohol at home for a safe hunting and fishing trip.
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