Hunting at Lewisville Lake

 

 

Hunting Zones: It is the hunter’s responsibility to observe property lines and be aware of the boundaries of the hunting area he or she uses. Hunting or shooting whitin 600 feet of homes, developed parks, roads, fishing piers or platforms, farm and ranch yards, outlet structures, emergency spillways, or other areas is prohibited unless otherwise stated or postSeptember 22, 2014rial, Helvetica, sans-serif">   

  • Introducing our new Mobil Hunting Map: To view and interact with the Lake’s Hunting Map from your smartphone, download the free “ArcGIS” App (by ESRI)photo.PNG. Once installed, you can click on the Find Maps button on the left find map.bmp, now tap the Search icon on the right search.bmp, and search for our map, titled “Lewisville Lake Hunting Map”. *App currently available for the iPhone, Windows Phone. Android release coming soon. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has depicted this spatial data as a representation of the various geographic information gathered from multiple sources.  This data should be viewed only as a representation of the data and should not be used for any other purpose.  No guarantee is made by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers regarding the accuracy or completeness of the data or their suitability for a particular use.
  
  • The area north of Highway 380 has been leased to the City of Denton and any hunting in that area will be administered by that city. Hunting information for that area can be obtained by calling (940)349-8230.

 

Hunting Licenses, Permits, and Fees: To obtain a hunting permit for Lake Lewisville a vaild hunter education certifcate is required regardless of age. You may get a one time "Hunter Education Deferral" . This can be purchased where and when you buy your Texas Parks and Wildlife state hunting license. You can pick up the Corps permits starting August 16, 2011 at our lake office located at 1801 N. Mill Street, Lewisville, Texas. The Corps permits are free, but you will need a valid drivers license, a vaild 2012-2013 TPWD hunting license and either a hunter education certifcate or "hunter Ed. Deferral" at the time you pick up your permit. You will receive a hunting guide, map and vehicle permit when you get your hunting permit.  

Legal Game: Dove, quail, squirrel, rabbits, snipe, rails, feral hogs, waterfowl and turkey.

Bag Limits: Bag limits are the same as those listed in the 2012-2013 Texas Outdoor Annual for Denton County.

Open Seasons: Hunting for legal game (listed above) allowed as published in the Texas Outdoor Annual for Denton County. The hunting areas will open September 1, 2012 and close August 31, 2013.

Legal Hunting Weapons and Methods: Archery only for feral hogs, all other legal game may be taken with a shotgun using shot size no larger then #2. Crossbows WILL be allowed to hunt Feral Hogs. It is ILLEGAL to hunt with or carry Muzzleloaders, rifles and pistols while on USACE property.

Hunter Responsibility: All hunters must obey hunting regulations issued by County, State, and Federal Governments and abide by the Fort Worth District hunting policy. All persons hunting on Corps of Engineers lands or waters will be held liable for any conduct or action which endangers the safety of other project visitors or adjacent landowners and for damage to property on project lands and adjoining private property.  Motorized Vehicles of any kind are not allowed on US Army Corps of Engineer property. Hunters must wear at least 400 square inches of hunters orange material when hunting and are also required to wear some type of orange head wear. Hunters exempt from this requirement are: persons hunting turkey, waterfowl, or migratory birds. Non-bark penetrating tree stands, as well as temporary free-standing blinds such as towers, platforms, tent-style, and natural blinds are allowed.. However, each blind, regardless of use, must be completley removed from the land or water upon completion of each hunting days.Public law 111-024 does not apply to Corps projects or facilities, there for it is illegal to carry any firearm even with a state/federal certified CHL.

Contacts: David Mackintosh and Dylan Mayfield at (469)645-9100

Outdoor Annual for State of Texas hunting information, including regulations, limits, seasons, and other useful information. 

View the Fort Worth District US Army Corps of Engineers District Hunting Guide.

 

This site last updated on September 5, 2014