Welcome to Wildlife Management
The North Central Fayette County Wildlife Management Co-op (NCFCWMC) was established February 5, 1993 with the belief that proper management of wildlife and its habitat is beneficial to all people. NCFCWMC wants to provide a healthy diverse animal and plant population for appreciative and hunting purposes. Therefore, it is important to manage areas of continuous land. No member shall be legally bound by any policy, except expressing their good faith and intent to comply with managing the wildlife habitat and population of their properties using the NCFCWMC principles.
If you are purchasing land over 16.7 acres in size which has an Agricultural Tax Exemption allowed by Fayette County Appraisal District (FCAD), please consider the opportunity to convert such exemption to a Wildlife Tax Exemption.
Forms are available in the Fayette County Appraisal District office located at: 111 S. Vail, La Grange, TX 78945. Completed forms should be returned to FCAD for determination of acceptance. The FCAD checks all properties throughout the year to determine compliance on all tax exemptions.
For assistance in adopting a wildlife management plan for your property, please contact Texas Parks and Wildlife Biologist, Greg Pleasant, and he will be happy to help you.
All Wildlife Management Co-ops in all counties of the state of Texas are under the direction of Texas Organization of Wildlife Management Association (TOWMA ) .
Fayette County has also implemented a 3 year deer hunting regulation and it is to be extended indefinitely due to fantastic results. The regulation began in order to improve the quality of deer herds with older, larger bucks available to be hunted. Our game warden, Erik Nygren, can inform you of the rules and answer any questions.
Published courtesy of the North Central Fayette County Wildlife Management Association
North Central Fayette County Wildlife Management Co-op
P.O. Box 224 ~ Round Top, Texas 78954