Texas Hunting License
You are required to possess a valid Texas Hunting License in order to hunt Native or Non-native Exotic Animals in Texas, although there are no state bag or possession limits or closed seasons on exotic wild game animals.
Texas Hunt Lodge requires all hunting guests to possess a valid Texas Hunting license before setting out for your hunt. You can purchase a Texas Hunting License directly from our Hunt Lodge upon your arrival to our location in Ingram - Hunt, Texas
Types of Texas Hunting License and 2010-2011 License Fees
Non-resident 5-Day Special Hunting (Type 157): $48 - For those coming from out of state and will be hunting Exotic Game for no more than 5 days.
Non-resident Special Hunting (Type 107): $132 - For those coming from out of state and will be hunting Exotic Game for more than 5 days.
Non-resident Spring Turkey (Type 118): $126 - For those coming from out of state and will be hunting Spring Turkey.
Non-resident General Hunting (Type 105): $315 - For those coming from out of state and will be hunting Exotic Game as well as Native animal including Deer and Turkey.
Resident Hunting (Type 101): $25 - For Texas Residents; valid to hunt any legal bird or animal including Native and Exotic Deer.
Youth Hunting License (Type 169): $7 - For any person, resident or non-resident, under 17 years of age at the date of license purchase.
Senior Resident Hunting (Type 102): $7 - Only for residents 65 years of age and older. Valid to hunt any legal bird or animal
Resident Super Combo Hunting - Fishing (Type 111): $68 - Includes a Resident Hunting License, Resident Fishing license, and all five state stamp endorsements at a discount price.