Hunting, Fishing & Boating
Wild Turkey Hunt Draw List for 2018

 Please click to view the list of those drwan for this year's wild turkey hunt.

Feral Hogs Hunt Draw List for 2018

The results of the 2018 Feral Hog Hunt draw for Hagerman NWR have been updated for a second time and are shown online. A random drawing from all primary applicants was completed to fill 200 slots. The total number of applicants was 239. The target number of hunters is 170 (85 per segment) and 200 slots are being offered based on the number of hunters drawn last year that did not pay. A second-chance drawing will not be held.

Segment A will be March 2-4 and Segment B March 16-18. The attached list shows hunter last name, first name, draw number, and segment placement for those drawn. During Segment A, all units will be open to shotgun, muzzleloader, and archery hunting (including crossbows). During Segment B, the Meyers Branch Unit will be bow (all types) hunting only. Official e-mail notifications and instructions on the next steps for drawn hunters will be sent by Refuge Staff later this week.
2017 HNWR Archery Deer Hunt Results

 Click to view the summary of results for the 2017 Archery Deer Hunt at Hagerman NWR.

2018 Feral Hog Hunt Regulations & Information

Regulations for the 2018 Feral Hog Hunt are now available.  Sign up for the permit drawing December 1 - 30, 2017.

Feral Hog Facts from TWPD

 Get the facts on feral hogs in this booklet from Texas Parks and Wildlife.

2018 Wild Turkey Hunt Regulations & Information

Click for 2018 Wild Turkey Hunt regs and info.  Sign up for the permit drawing, January 3 - 31, 2018.

2017 Upland Game Hunting Regulations & Information

 Click for updated Upland Game Hunting regulations and information.

2017 Archery Deer Regulations and Information

 Click 2017 for this year's archery deer hunt information.

2016 Regulations for Fishing and Boating

Click for the 2016 regulations for fishing and boating at Hagerman NWR.  Thank You.

Fishing Tips

Lots of visitors ask, where should I fish for catfish, crappie or bass?  Click for map with suggested fishing spots for each of those species.  And - please remove all gear, fish debris, etc. when you leave; make it nice for the next guy!

Don't Pick Up Strangers

By "strangers", we mean Invasive species - non-native plants, animals, and micro-organisms that damage the lands and waters our native plants and animals need to survive. Everyone needs to be part of the fight against invasive species. By following these  easy steps, together, we can stop the spread of invasive species.

Help Prevent The Spread of Invasive Plants And Animals
• REMOVE plants, animals & mud from boots, gear, boat & trailer.
• CLEAN your gear before entering & leaving the recreation site.
• DRAIN bilge, ballast, wells & buckets before you leave the area.
• DRY equipment before launching into another body of water.
• DISPOSE of unwanted bait in a sealed container.
• USE CERTIFIED or local firewood & hay.
Stop the Spread!

Zebra mussels have invaded North Texas Lakes.  Click here for video on how boaters can stop the spread.

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