Waterfowl Hunting In Texas
All migratory game bird hunters must have a valid hunting license. Non-residents under 17 years of age are designated as residents and may hunt with a resident license. Hunters 17 years of age or older must have a driver’s license or personal identification certificate on their person while hunting. Non-residents must have similar documents.
Oak Island Lodge sits on the banks of the Trinity Bay just south of Anahuac, Tx.
Trinity River offers a prime location for waterfowl hunting enthusiasts, with its extensive wetlands and diverse waterfowl populations. Hunters can anticipate a rewarding experience as they navigate the river’s picturesque landscapes, seeking species like ducks and geese. However, it’s crucial to adhere to local regulations and practice ethical hunting to ensure the preservation of this delicate ecosystem for generations to come.
This area has so much to offer.
Fishing In Texas
Everyone aged 17 and over needs a license to fish in Texas. This applies to Texas residents and non-residents alike, whether you’re casting from shore or fishing with a charter. Anyone in your group who is actively participating needs a license. This includes netting fish, baiting hooks – even holding the rod for a few seconds.
Fishing in the Trinity River offers anglers a diverse and rewarding experience. Known for its abundant fish species, including trout, salmon, steelhead, and various warmwater species, the river presents opportunities for both beginners and seasoned fishermen. Its scenic beauty and tranquil surroundings further enhance the appeal of fishing in the Trinity River.
So bring your kayak or boat. Or if you’d rather stay close to shore use one of our 2 lighted piers.