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Free Web Service Connects Hunters with Places To Hunt

From Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

-- Research surveys show that finding a place to hunt is a barrier for many people in today's Texas, which is why Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has created the Hunt Texas Online Connection, a new, free website service that allows anyone to view hunting opportunities posted by private landowners across the state.

In the first half of 2008, the department invited landowners to list hunting lease opportunities in Texas for free, including last-minute openings. Now, hunters can search more than 150 hunting opportunities by lease type, county, game animal, cost per hunter and other parameters. The service is free to both hunters and landowners.

To register, landowners can visit the main Hunt Texas Online Connection Web area on the TPWD website. Click "Get Started," select a username and password, log in, and start looking at hunting opportunities. Leases can be seen without registering and logging in, but users must register in order to contact landowners.

After users fill out the online registration form, they'll get an email with a long URL ending in the word "activate." Users must click this link to complete registration. If users don't receive the activation email, it might be because a security system is blocking it. In that case, users could try placing in their address book or allowed e-mail rules.

Hunters and landowners will determine if they are the right fit for each other, and all transactions will be between landowners and hunters. The new service also provides links to privately operated hunting lease websites on as a convenience for the public.

TPWD does not independently verify, endorse or warrant any of the information posted on Hunt Texas Online Connection, or any information contained on the privately operated hunting lease websites that are linked from the service.

Anyone can e-mail questions, comments and suggestions about Hunt Texas Online Connection to The TPWD Wildlife Information staff at (512) 389-4505 can also provide basic assistance with the service.

By goatherder @ Thursday, June 26, 2008 12:44 PM
my ranch is on the TPWD webpage. I've got the cheapest hunts in Texas on a free ranging ranch feeding HI PROTEIN 24/7. 2 spots available for whitetail and mule deer. contact me through the site or directly at

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