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Hunting at Lavon Lake
Deer hunting is illegal on Lavon Lake USACE property.
Fort Worth District Hunting Guide PDF
For hunting permits please see below. New hunters or minors click Hunting Permit Application. Returning hunters please click Registered Hunters.
For the Lavon Lake Mobile Hunting Map, scan the QR code below with your smart phone.
To access the Lavon Lake Mobile Hunting Map on your web browser on your computer, click
Deer hunting is illegal on Lavon Lake USACE property:
As part of Lavon Lake's Natural Resource Management plan our goal is to manage for a sustainable White Tail Deer population. At this time there is no biological data supporting a deer harvest for the management of a sustainable population. Until further notice deer hunting, harvesting, and taking by any means are illegal on Lavon Lake USACE property. We will continue to work with Texas Parks & Wildlife in efforts to quantify on-site populations and implement harvest criteria when supportable census data presents itself.
Permits: All hunters 17 years of age and older must obtain a permit. Hunters 16 and under are not required to obtain a permit, but must be with a permitted adult. All hunters hunting independently must have a permit, as well as hunter's education.
A CORPS HUNTING PERMIT IS REQUIRED.
Click here for your 2022 - 2023 Hunting Permit Application
Lavon Lake office will only be issuing NEW HUNTER permits during 15 Aug 2023 â€“ 15 Nov 2023. This change will take place on 15 Aug 2023. Returning hunters will continue to use the TAMU website to generate permits as normal.
Lavon Lake Registered Hunters click here
All hunters are required to have a Lavon issued hunting permit to hunt on Lavon.
Consult the hunting map for hunting areas. All Local, State and Federal Regulations apply.
FERAL HOG HUNTING will be
SUSPENDED during Collin County deer seasons (30 September 2022-16 January 2023).
If you have any questions, please contact the lake office at (972) 442-3141.
Not all areas of public land are clearly fenced or readily identified.It is the hunter’s responsibility to become familiar with area boundaries to avoid trespassing onto private property adjacent to public land. Please contact the Corps of Engineers office of Lavon Lake at (972)442-3141 for assistance if needed. All hunting zones have a 600 ft restriction from park areas or adjacent homes. In areas 6-13 on the Lavon Lake hunting map there is a 1000 feet buffer when using a shot gun.
Seasons/Bag Limits are set annually by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department .