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Description of Whitney Lake Hunting Zones

General: 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 at Whitney Lake for assistance if needed. All hunting zones have a 600 ft restriction from park areas or adjacent homes. The zone letter represents the county where it is located. H-Hill County, B-Bosque County.


Address: From Whitney, 5 mi SW on TX 22
Phone: 254-622-3332

H1Chisolm Trail Area. From the southwest boundary of Chisolm Trail Park to the Hwy 174 bridge. Is clearly fenced and signed.
H2Hwy 174 Area. From the SE side of the Hwy 174 bridge along the east lake shore to the railroad bridge. Is clearly fenced and signed.
H3Nolan River area. From the railroad bridge to the old Nolan River Park boat ramp. Is clearly fenced and signed.
H4Blum Area. From the old Nolan River Park boat ramp, along the N/ NW shore of the Nolan River to Hwy 933 just outside Blum. Is completely fenced.
H5Adair Springs Area. From Hwy 933 in Blum along the S/SE side of the Nolan River to the confluence of the Nolan River and the Brazos. Is partially fenced.
H6Steiner Valley Area. From the end of H5 at the confluence of the Nolan river and Brazos, along the east shore of the lake, to the marked access point on HCR 1145 LP. Is clearly fenced and signed.
H7Bear Creek Area. From the marked access point on HCR 1145 LP to the closed Old Fort Park off of FM 2604. Is partially fenced and signed.
H8Cedar Creek Area. On the N side of FM 2604 at the Cedar Creek Bridge. Is completely fenced and signed.
H9McCown Valley Area. From south end of McCown Valley Park to the north side of Lake Whitney State Park on FM 1244 just outside the city of Whitney. Is completely fenced and signed.
H10From FM1244 near the Whitney St Park to the Towash Creek Bridge on Hwy 22. Area is completely fenced and marked.
H11Lofer’s Bend Area. From the east boundary of Lofers Bend Park to the lakeshore at the end of HCR 2105. Area is completely fenced and signed.
B1Kimbell Bend Area. From the access area across Hwy 174 from Kimbell Bend Park along the west shore of the lake towards Indian Lodge.
B2Mesa Grande Area. From the S/SE side of the Railroad bridge on BCR 1990 to the marked access points across the railroad tracks at the end of BRC 1991. Is completely fenced and signed.
B3Plowman Creek Area. From the marked access points along the road at the end of BCR 1991, south to the northern end of Plowman Creek park and the intersection of the railroad track and FM56 outside Kopperl. Completely fenced.
B4Mesquite Creek Area. From the South end of Plowman Creek Park, along both side of FM 56 at the marked access points. Then along the lakeshore to the Morgan Lakeside Park boat ramp. Completely fenced and signed.
B5Steele Creek Area. Along Steele Creek, east and west of FM 56. Is partially fenced. Very little access by vehicle. The area west of FM 56 is not clearly fenced or marked.
B6Panther Scout Area. Along the west shore of the lake, just across FM 1713 from Cedron Creek Park. Is completely fenced and marked.
B7Cedron Creek Area. From the south end of Cedron Creek Park, back to FM 56, along Cedron Creek to the boat ramp near the Canyons subdivision. This area is fenced and marked. The area also contains a section on the west side of FM 56 which is not completely fenced or signed.
B8King Creek Area. Is a fairly narrow, steep strip along both sides of King Creek. Is partially fenced and is only accessible by boat.
B9Rocky Creek Area. On BCR 1606, along both sides of Rocky Creek. Is only partially fenced.

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