Waterfowl hunting opportunities are available seasonally. Blue and green-winged teal, mottled ducks, gadwall, scaup, and shoveler are a few of the species hunted on McFaddin National Wildlife Refuge. Large portions of the refuge are open to hunters free of charge. Elsewhere, for $10 a day, hunters can reserve spaced hunt areas that can be accessed on foot or by boat. An accessible hunt blind is also available and can be reserved. All hunters are reminded that marsh conditions are dynamic. Hunters should scout units before hunting and use extreme caution when boating to hunt units. 2015-2016 Waterfowl Hunt Regulations
2015-2016 Texas Point Hunt Regulations
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