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Hunting at Granger Lake
Both the sportsman and the naturalist can enjoy the 10,800+ acre Wildlife Management Areas (WMA's) surrounding Granger Lake. The WMA's are licensed out to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department ( TPWD ). These areas provide hunting, hiking, mountain biking, and bird watching. For more information click the TPWD link or call 512/859-2668.
To enable you to hunt at Granger Lake you must purchase a TPWD Public Lands Hunting Permit, along with a valid hunting license and applicable stamps. These permits can be obtained anywhere hunting license are sold. (Locally available at Dutchess Exxon in Circleville or Wal-Mart in Taylor)
Primary game species for shotgun hunting are dove, quail, waterfowl, rabbit and squirrel in applicable seasons.
Archery/Crossbow hunting for feral hogs is allowed year round.
Hunting for deer is permitted through the (PHA) Public Hunting Area by e-post card system. It usually becomes available around July of each year. For more information on these hunts check Texas Parks and Wildlife PHA E-Post Card Hunts.
**NO HUNTING is allowed in park areas**