Officials release hunting guide for Lake Striker’s public hunting area
As hunting season gets under way, officials at Lake Striker want to make sure there’s no confusion as to what can be bagged on the public hunting lands area at Lake Striker.
Lake officials report there is no hunting allowed for deer on the property.
Wildlife that are allowed to be taken -- and the means they can be taken by – include:
- Feral Hog (Archery Only): No Closed Season.
- Squirrel (Shotgun Only): As established for Cherokee and Rusk counties.
- Rabbit (Shotgun Only): Concurrent while hunting squirrel.
- Waterfowl: Each day of the Early Teal, North Zone Duck, and Eastern Zone Goose seasons (including any special conservation season).
- Rail, Gallinule, and Moorhen: As established for Cherokee and Rusk counties.
- Snipe: As established for Cherokee and Rusk counties.
- Woodcock: As established for Cherokee and Rusk counties.
- Dove: Each day of the Central Zone Dove Season (Mourning, White-winged, Eurasian Collared, and Feral Pigeon).
Non-toxic shot required for all migratory game bird hunting.
See Texas Parks & Wildlife’s Outdoor Annual at tpwd.texas.gov for special Youth Season information and regulations.
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