Sacramento River

National Wildlife Refuge - California

Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge is located along the Sacramento River in the Sacramento Valley of California. Landscape is very flat, bordered by the Sierra and Coast ranges, with intensive agriculture (rice, with walnut, almond, and prune orchards along the river). This riparian community is one of the most important wildlife habitats in California and North America. Large-scale riparian habitat restoration is ongoing. Riparian habitat along the Sacramento River is critically important for various threatened species, fisheries, migratory birds, plants, and the natural system of the river itself.

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Overview Map of the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento NWR Complex - Overview Map

Overview Map of the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Map of the Fremont section of Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge (NRW) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFW).Sacramento NWR Complex - Birding Hotspots of the Northern Sacramento Valley

Map of the Fremont section of Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge (NRW) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFW).

Boundary Map of the Mother Lode BLM Field Office in California. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).Mother Lode - Boundary Map

Boundary Map of the Mother Lode BLM Field Office in California. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

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Visitor Access to Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Visitor Access

Visitor Access to Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Visitor Map of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Visitor Map

Visitor Map of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Rio Vista Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Rio Vista Unit

Rio Vista Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Pine Creek Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Pine Creek Unit

Pine Creek Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Capay Unit and Phelan Island Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Capay Unit, Phelan Island Unit

Capay Unit and Phelan Island Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Ord Bend Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Ord Bend Unit

Ord Bend Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Sul Norte Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Sul Norte Unit

Sul Norte Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Codora Unit and Packer Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Codora Unit, Packer Unit

Codora Unit and Packer Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Afton Unit, Drumheller North Unit and Drumheller Slough Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Afton, Drumheller North, Drumheller Slough Units

Afton Unit, Drumheller North Unit and Drumheller Slough Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

La Barranca Unit, Blackberry Island Unit, and Todd Island Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - La Barranca, Blackberry Island, Todd Island Units

La Barranca Unit, Blackberry Island Unit, and Todd Island Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Mooney Unit and Ohm Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Mooney Unit, Ohm Unit

Mooney Unit and Ohm Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Flynn Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Flynn Unit

Flynn Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Heron Island Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Heron Island Unit

Heron Island Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Foster Island Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Foster Island Unit

Foster Island Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Jacinto Unit and Dead Man’s Reach Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Jacinto Unit, Dead Man’s Reach Unit

Jacinto Unit and Dead Man’s Reach Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

South Ord Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - South Ord Unit

South Ord Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Llano Seco Island Units of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Llano Seco Island Units

Llano Seco Island Units of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Bogg’s Bend Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).Sacramento River - Bogg’s Bend Unit

Bogg’s Bend Unit of Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in California. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).

Sacramento River NWR https://www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sacramento_River_National_Wildlife_Refuge Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge is located along the Sacramento River in the Sacramento Valley of California. Landscape is very flat, bordered by the Sierra and Coast ranges, with intensive agriculture (rice, with walnut, almond, and prune orchards along the river). This riparian community is one of the most important wildlife habitats in California and North America. Large-scale riparian habitat restoration is ongoing. Riparian habitat along the Sacramento River is critically important for various threatened species, fisheries, migratory birds, plants, and the natural system of the river itself.
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934 2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344 WILD Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Access/Use Maps Welcome Enjoy Your Visit! Come explore one of the Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge’s many riverside units. Currently the refuge is composed of thirty units along a 80-mile stretch of the Sacramento River from Red Bluff to Colusa. Twenty-four of these units are partially or entirely open to the public, and there is no recreation fee. California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735 2929 Voice 1 800/735 2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 Environmental Education Planting seeds of stewardship in young minds. Hunting Mom’s first turkey Wildlife Observation New sights for young and old eyes to enjoy. Visitor Activities & Restrictions Unit Access Working to conserve, protect and restore Sacramento River habitats for wildlife and people. There are no recreation fees. Please respect all General Information signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations.  ! ! £ ! © ! Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise to 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. Only boat access to gravel bars is allowed at other hours. Í ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, except for authorized hunting activities under the immediate control of a licensed hunter. F ! G ! Access varies and may be by foot and/or boat. Hunting is allowed only in designated areas from August 15 to May 31 (see individual unit leaflet and/or hunting regulations on our website). The refuge vision is to create a linked network of up to 18,000 acres of riparian and floodplain habitats, including forests, grasslands, freshwater marsh and other aquatic habitats. By using innovative restoration techniques and working with public and private partners, the refuge provides lands that help fullfill the needs of native fish, wildlife and plants. The refuge is committed to provide quality wildlifedependent recreational opportunities, including wildlife observation, interpretation, environmental education, photography, hunting and fishing. Hiking Bicycles allowed in designated area May 15 through August 15 (see individual leaflets or our website for restrictions). [ ! \ ! l ! 9 ! · ! ª ! Wildlife Observation Ò ! È ! K ! Fires are prohibited except for portable gas stoves on gravel bars. Photography Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up to 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is prohibited on other refuge lands. Environmental Education Take out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! Bicycling Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Only shotguns or archery equipment allowed during hunting season, in hunting areas (see regulations). No target shooting. Horses are prohibited. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy impaired visitors should consult refuge manager for allowed conveyances. This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may Be Prepared encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellowjackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. *California Department of Fish and Wildlife and California State Parks boundaries represented on this map are for reference only. Please contact CDFW or State Parks for accurate boundaries and regulations.
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge General Hunting* Access Map . ! Wilson Landing Red Red Bluff Bluff McIntosh Landing North closed to hunting McIntosh Landing South Blackberry Island . ! closed to hunting closed to hunting La Barranca Hamilton Hamilton City City Red ! ( Bluff boat access only Pine Creek £ ¤ 32 . ! boat access only Pine Creek North Pine Creek West Todd Island boat access only Mooney (no waterfowl hunting) Pine Creek East Road 23 Capay boat access only foot and boat access Phelan Island boat access only Rd Ohm closed to hunting £ ¤ £ ¤ 99 boat access only boat access only 32 ( Chico ! Shannon Slough North Ord 99 £ ¤ closed to hunting § ¦ ¨ Los Molinos Molinos . Los ! 5 Dead Man's Reach Ord Bend boat access only closed to hunting Heron Island Willows ( ! boat access only Ord Bend South Ord £ ¤ 162 O rd ry F er Rd boat access only 7-mile Ln 162 £ ¤ Riv er Jacinto Flynn Jacinto Gridley Gridley Llano Seco Island 1 boat access only Llano Seco Island 2 boat access only Corning Corning Llano Seco Riparian Sanctuary . 99W ! £ ¤ closed to hunting § ¨ ¦ I-5 £ ¤ £ ¤ 162 Rio Vista 45 Oxbow Hartley Island boat access only closed to hunting Merrill's Landing Rd Z South Ave Beehive Sul Norte foot and boat access Foster Island boat access only £ ¤ 162 Road 61 Codora Dicus Slough foot and boat access. Hunting open ONLY for junior hunters Packer on weekends closed to (Aug-May), hunting but closed to waterfowl hunting. Wilson Landing Afton boat access only Drumheller North Princeton North foot and boat access Princeton East Road 68 McIntosh Landing North Drumheller foot and boat access Princeton South closed to hunting Princeton Southeast McIntosh Landing South Bogg's Bend closed to hunting foot and boat access . ! Orland Orland £ ¤ 32 Hamilton Hamilton City City . ! £ ¤ Sacramento River NWR Boundaries (USFWS) 45 Road 23 USFWS Property open to Hunting access allowed BY FOOT (from parking lot) or BOAT 0 2.5 5 10 Copyright:© 2014 Esri Phelan Island Miles 4-Mile Rd N Delevan NWR USFWS Property open toCopyright:© Hunting - 2014 Esri access allowed BY BOAT ONLY * PLEASE FOLLOW ALL REGULATIONS. Find specific regulations for each Refuge Unit on this webpage: www.fws.gov/refuge/SacramentoRiver/visit/visitoractivities.html Click on the Unit names in the table to view their brochures.
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting (see transport restrictions). 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Rio Vista Unit Visitor Activities & Restrictions Rio Vista Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations There are no recreation fees. Please respect all General Information signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise to hours after legal sunset. Only boat access to  ! ! 1-1/2 gravel bars is allowed at other hours. General access is by foot from the parking area or boat from the river. Hunter access is only by £ by ! boat. Hunting is allowed only in designated areas from © August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, for authorized hunting activities under the Í except ! immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! G Bicycles only permitted May 15 through Aug 15. ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is 9 toprohibited ! on other refuge lands. out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! · Take ! Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns and equipment are permitted during hunting ª ! archery season in hunting areas only, but they are not permitted in parking area or the north end of Rio Vista Unit (see regulations). No target shooting. Fires are prohibited except for portable gas stoves Ò on gravel bars. ! È Horses are prohibited. ! K ! Be Prepared Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy impaired visitors should consult refuge manager for allowed conveyances. This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellowjackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. * California Department of Fish and Wildlife and State Park management boundaries represented on this map are for reference only. Contact CDFW or State Parks for accurate boundaries and regulations.
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting (see transport restrictions). 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Pine Creek Unit Visitor Activities & Restrictions General Information Pine Creek Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations There are no recreation fees. Please respect all signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. Only boat  ! ! toaccess to gravel bars is allowed at other hours. £ ! General access is by foot from the parking area or by boat from the river: Hunter access is only by boat. Hunting is allowed only in designated areas from August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). © ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, for authorized hunting activities under Í except ! the immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! G Bicycles only permitted May 15 through Aug 15 ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is 9 ! toprohibited on other refuge lands. · ! ª ! Take out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! Ò ! È ! Fires are prohibited except for portable gas stoves on gravel bars. Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns and archery equipment are permitted during hunting season in hunting areas only, but they are not permitted in parking area or the north end of Pine Creek Unit (see regulations). No target shooting. Horses are prohibited. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy visitors should consult refuge manager K impaired ! for allowed conveyances. Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. * California Department of Fish and Wildlife management boundaries represented on this map are for reference only. Contact CDFW for accurate boundaries and regulations.
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting (see transport restrictions). 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Capay Unit Phelan Island Unit* *Boat Access Only Visitor Activities & Restrictions Capay Unit and Phelan Island Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations There are no recreation fees. Please respect all General Information signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise hours after legal sunset. Only boat access  ! ! toto 1-1/2 gravel bars is allowed at other hours. Access only by boat to Phelan Island Unit. Access by foot or by boat to Capay Unit. £ ! Hunting is allowed only in designated areas from © August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, Í except for authorized hunting activities under ! the immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! Bicycles only permitted May 15 through Aug 15 G on the Capay Unit. ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is 9 ! toprohibited on other refuge lands. · Take out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! ! Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns archery equipment are permitted during ª ! and hunting season in hunting areas only, but must be transported “unloaded” (meaning no ammunition in the chamber or magazine) through safety zones from the parking to hunting areas (see regulations). No target shooting. Ò ! È ! Fires are prohibited except for portable gas stoves on gravel bars. Horses are prohibited. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy visitors should consult refuge manager K impaired ! for allowed conveyances. Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellowjackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. * California State Park management boundaries represented on this map are for reference only. Contact California State Parks for accurate boundaries and regulations.
Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Ord Bend Unit Visitor Activities & Restrictions General Information Ord Bend Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations There are no recreation fees. Please respect all signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise  ! ! to 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. j Access is by foot from the parking area. ! Í Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash. ! F Hiking ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! Take out what you bring in. Littering is · unlawful! ! All firearms and archery equipment are ª ! prohibited. © Hunting is prohibited. ! Ò Fires are prohibited. ! 9 Camping is prohinited. ! È Horses are prohibited. ! G Bicycles are prohibited. ! Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy visitors should consult refuge K impaired ! manager for allowed conveyances. Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. * California Department of Water Resources management boundaries represented on this map are for reference only. Contact DWR for accurate boundaries and regulations.
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting (see transport restrictions). 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Sul Norte Unit Visitor Activities & Restrictions Sul Norte Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations There are no recreation fees. Please respect all General Information signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise to hours after legal sunset. Only boat access to  ! ! 1-1/2 gravel bars is allowed at other hours. £ from the river. ! Hunting is allowed only in designated areas from © August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, for authorized hunting activities under the Í except ! immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! G Bicycles only permitted May 15 through Aug 15. ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is 9 toprohibited ! on other refuge lands. out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! · Take ! Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns archery equipment are permitted during ª and ! hunting season in hunting areas only, but Access is by foot from the parking area or by boat must be transported “unloaded” (meaning no ammunition in the chamber or magazine) through safety zones from the parking to hunting areas (see regulations). No target shooting. Ò on gravel bars. ! È Horses are prohibited. ! Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy K impaired visitors should consult refuge manager ! for allowed conveyances. Fires are prohibited except for portable gas stoves Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellowjackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. * California Department of Fish and Wildlife and State Park management boundaries represented on this map are for reference only. Contact CDFW or State Parks for accurate boundaries and regulations.
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. The Codora Unit is open only to junior hunters on weekends, and is closed to waterfowl (goose/duck) hunting. We allow hunting of dove and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting (see transport restrictions). 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. The Codora Unit is open only to junior hunters on weekends. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. The Codora Unit is open only to junior hunters on weekends. We allow hunting of blacktailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Codora Unit Packer Unit Visitor Activities & Restrictions Codora Unit and Packer Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations General There are no recreation fees. Please respect all signs’ Information instructions, area closures and access regulations. hours after legal sunset. Only boat access to  ! 1-1/2 ! gravel bars is allowed at other hours. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise to Access is by foot from the parking area or by boat £ from the river. ! Hunting is allowed on the Codora Unit for weekend hunts only, in designated areas from August © junior ! 15 to May 31 (see regulations). Closed to waterfowl hunting. Junior Hunters must be accompanied by a non-hunting adult guardian. The Packer Unit is closed to hunting. | ! On Packer Lake, due to primitive access, only boats up to 14 feet (4.2m) and canoes are allowed. Electric motors only. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, except for authorized hunting activities under the immediate control of a licensed hunter. Í ! F Hiking ! G Bicycles only permitted May 15 through Aug 15. ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. l ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up to 7 days a 30 day period. Camping is prohibited on 9 during ! other refuge lands. · Take out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! ! Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns and equipment are permitted during hunting ª archery ! season in hunting areas only, but must be transported “unloaded” (meaning no ammunition in the chamber or magazine) through safety zones from the parking to hunting areas (see regulations). No target shooting. No firearms on Packer Unit. Ò gravel bars. ! È Horses are prohibited. ! Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy impaired should consult refuge manager for allowed K visitors ! conveyances. Fires are prohibited except for portable gas stoves on Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle,
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting (see transport restrictions). 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Afton Unit* Drumheller North Unit Drumheller Slough Unit *Boat Access Only Visitor Activities & Restrictions General Information Afton Unit, Drumheller North Unit and Drumheller Slough Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations There are no recreation fees. Please respect all signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. Only boat  ! ! toaccess to gravel bars is allowed at other hours. £ ! Access only by boat to Afton Unit. Access by foot or boat to Drumheller North and Slough Units. Hunting is allowed only in designated areas from August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). © ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, for authorized hunting activities under Í except ! the immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! Bicycles only permitted May 15 through Aug 15 G ! on Drumheller Slough trail. [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is 9 toprohibited ! on other refuge lands. Take out what you bring in. Littering is · unlawful! ! Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns archery equipment are permitted during ª ! and hunting season in hunting areas only, but must be transported “unloaded” (meaning no ammunition in the chamber or magazine) through safety zones from the parking to hunting areas (see regulations). No target shooting. Fires are prohibited except for portable gas Ò stoves on gravel bars. ! È Horses are prohibited. ! Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy visitors should consult refuge manager K impaired ! for allowed conveyances. Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. * California Department of Fish and Wildlife management boundaries represented on this map are for reference only. Contact CDFW for accurate boundaries and regulations.
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting. 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge La Barranca Unit* Blackberry Island Unit* Todd Island Unit* *Boat Access Only Visitor Activities & Restrictions General Information There are no recreation fees. Please respect all signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. Only boat  ! toaccess ! to gravel bars is allowed at other hours. £ Access is only by boat. ! Hunting is allowed only in designated areas © from August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, for authorized hunting activities under Í ! except the immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is 9 ! toprohibited on other refuge lands. · ! ª ! Take out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns and archery equipment are permitted during hunting season in hunting areas only (see regulations). No target shooting. Ò stoves on gravel bars. ! È Horses are prohibited. ! G Bicycles are prohinited. ! Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy K impaired visitors should consult refuge ! manager for allowed conveyances. Fires are prohibited except for portable gas Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. La Barranca Unit, Blackberry Island Unit and Todd Island Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. The Mooney Unit and part of the Ohm Unit are closed to waterfowl hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on other designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting. 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Mooney Unit* Ohm Unit* *Boat Access Only Visitor Activities & Restrictions General Information There are no recreation fees. Please respect all signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. Only boat  ! toaccess ! to gravel bars is allowed at other hours. £ Access is only by boat. ! Hunting is allowed only in designated areas © from August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, for authorized hunting activities under Í ! except the immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is 9 ! toprohibited on other refuge lands. · ! ª ! Take out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! Ò ! È ! G ! K ! Fires are prohibited except for portable gas stoves on gravel bars. Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns and archery equipment are permitted during hunting season in hunting areas only (see regulations). No target shooting. Horses are prohibited. Bicycles are prohinited. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy impaired visitors should consult refuge manager for allowed conveyances. Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. Mooney Unit and Ohm Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting. 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Flynn Unit* *Boat Access Only Visitor Activities & Restrictions General Information There are no recreation fees. Please respect all signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. Only boat  ! toaccess ! to gravel bars is allowed at other hours. £ Access is only by boat. ! Hunting is allowed only in designated areas © from August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, for authorized hunting activities under Í ! except the immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is 9 ! toprohibited on other refuge lands. · ! ª ! Take out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! Ò ! È ! G ! K ! Fires are prohibited except for portable gas stoves on gravel bars. Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns and archery equipment are permitted during hunting season in hunting areas only (see regulations). No target shooting. Horses are prohibited. Bicycles are prohibited. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy impaired visitors should consult refuge manager for allowed conveyances. Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. Flynn Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting. 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Heron Island Unit* *Boat Access Only Visitor Activities & Restrictions General Information There are no recreation fees. Please respect all signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. Only boat  ! toaccess ! to gravel bars is allowed at other hours. £ Access is only by boat. ! Hunting is allowed only in designated areas © from August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, for authorized hunting activities under Í ! except the immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is 9 ! toprohibited on other refuge lands. · ! ª ! Take out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! Ò ! È ! G ! K ! Fires are prohibited except for portable gas stoves on gravel bars. Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns and archery equipment are permitted during hunting season in hunting areas only (see regulations). No target shooting. Horses are prohibited. Bicycles are prohibited. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy impaired visitors should consult refuge manager for allowed conveyances. Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. Heron Island Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting. 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD Foster Island Unit * California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 *Boat Access Only Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 Visitor Activities & Restrictions General Information Foster Island Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations There are no recreation fees. Please respect all signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. Only boat  ! toaccess ! to gravel bars is allowed at other hours. £ Access is only by boat. ! Hunting is allowed only in designated areas © from August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, for authorized hunting activities under Í ! except the immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is 9 ! toprohibited on other refuge lands. · ! ª ! Take out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! Ò ! È ! G ! K ! Fires are prohibited except for portable gas stoves on gravel bars. Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns and archery equipment are permitted during hunting season in hunting areas only (see regulations). No target shooting. Horses are prohibited. Bicycles are prohinited. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy impaired visitors should consult refuge manager for allowed conveyances. Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. * California Department of Fish and Wildlife management boundaries represented on this map are for reference only. Contact CDFW for accurate boundaries and regulations.
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting. 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Jacinto Unit* Dead Man’s Reach Unit* *Boat Access Only Visitor Activities & Restrictions General Information Jacinto Unit and Dead Man’s Reach Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations There are no recreation fees. Please respect all signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. Only boat  ! toaccess ! to gravel bars is allowed at other hours. £ Access is only by boat. ! Hunting is allowed only in designated areas © from August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, for authorized hunting activities under Í ! except the immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is 9 ! toprohibited on other refuge lands. · ! ª ! Take out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! Ò ! È ! G ! K ! Fires are prohibited except for portable gas stoves on gravel bars. Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns and archery equipment are permitted during hunting season in hunting areas only (see regulations). No target shooting. Horses are prohibited. Bicycles are prohinited. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy impaired visitors should consult refuge manager for allowed conveyances. Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. * California Department of Fish and Wildlife management boundaries represented on this map are for reference only. Contact CDFW for accurate boundaries and regulations.
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting. 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD South Ord Unit* California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 *Boat Access Only Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 Visitor Activities & Restrictions General Information South Ord Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations There are no recreation fees. Please respect all signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. Only boat  ! toaccess ! to gravel bars is allowed at other hours. £ Access is only by boat. ! Hunting is allowed only in designated areas © from August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, for authorized hunting activities under Í ! except the immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is 9 ! toprohibited on other refuge lands. · ! ª ! Take out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! Ò ! È ! G ! K ! Fires are prohibited except for portable gas stoves on gravel bars. Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns and archery equipment are permitted during hunting season in hunting areas only (see regulations). No target shooting. Horses are prohibited. Bicycles are prohinited. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy impaired visitors should consult refuge manager for allowed conveyances. Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. * California Department of Fish and Wildlife management boundaries represented on this map are for reference only. Contact CDFW for accurate boundaries and regulations.
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting. 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Llano Seco Island 1 Unit* Llano Seco Island 2 Unit* *Boat Access Only Visitor Activities & Restrictions General Information There are no recreation fees. Please respect all signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. Only boat  ! toaccess ! to gravel bars is allowed at other hours. £ Access is only by boat. ! Hunting is allowed only in designated areas © from August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, for authorized hunting activities under Í ! except the immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is 9 ! toprohibited on other refuge lands. · ! ª ! Take out what you bring in. Littering is unlawful! Ò ! È ! G ! K ! Fires are prohibited except for portable gas stoves on gravel bars. Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns and archery equipment are permitted during hunting season in hunting areas only (see regulations). No target shooting. Horses are prohibited. Bicycles are prohinited. Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy impaired visitors should consult refuge manager for allowed conveyances. Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. Llano Seco Islands 1 & 2 Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations
Hunting & Fishing Regulations There will be no hunting fees or hunter quotas for the Sacramento River NWR (refuge). All gravel bars and specified refuge lands are open to hunting and fishing in the appropriate season, see authorized species below. A. Migratory Game Bird Hunting. We allow hunting of goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun hunting. 2. You may possess only approved nontoxic shot while in the field. 3. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property. 4. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith. 5. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails. B. Upland Game Hunting. We allow hunting of pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. We only allow shotgun and archery hunting. 2. Conditions A2 through A6. C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer and feral pigs on designated areas of refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Conditions A2 through A6, and B1. 2. Feral pigs may be hunted Sept 1 - Mar 15. 3. Dogs are prohibited while hunting big game. 4. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs. 5. You must remove all personal property, including stands and trail cameras, from the refuge by 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. 6. Shotgun, firing single non-lead shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles or pistols may be used or possessed on the refuge. D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions: 1. Condition A6. Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex 752 County Road 99W Willows, CA 95988 Phone: 530/934-2801 www.fws.gov/refuge/sacramento_river U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service http://www.fws.gov For Refuge Information 1 800/344-WILD California Relay Service TTY 1 800/735-2929 Voice 1 800/735-2922 Visitors with disabilities may be reasonably accommodated upon request, and/or receive an alternative format publication. Hunting and Fishing Regulations viewable on the refuge website listed above. February 2018 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge Bogg’s Bend Unit Visitor Activities & Restrictions General Information Bogg’s Bend Unit Map & Access/Use Regulations There are no recreation fees. Please respect all signs’ instructions, area closures and access regulations. Day use only, open 2 hours before legal sunrise 1-1/2 hours after legal sunset. Only boat  ! ! toaccess to gravel bars is allowed at other hours. £ ! Access is by foot from the parking area (located on CDFW’s Princton Southeast Unit) or by boat from the river. Hunting is allowed only in designated areas from August 15 to May 31 (see regulations). © ! Dogs are welcome but must be kept on leash, for authorized hunting activities under Í except ! the immediate control of a licensed hunter. F Hiking ! [ Wildlife Observation ! \ Photography ! l Fishing is allowed, follow State regulations. ! Camping allowed only on gravel bars for up 9 to 7 days during a 30 day period. Camping is ! prohibited on other refuge lands. · unlawful! ! Rifles and pistols are prohibited. Shotguns archery equipment are permitted during ª ! and hunting season in hunting areas only (see Take out what you bring in. Littering is regulations). No target shooting. Ò stoves on gravel bars. ! È Horses are prohibited. ! G Bicycles are prohibited. ! Motorized vehicles are prohibited. Mobilitiy visitors should consult refuge manager K impaired ! for allowed conveyances. Fires are prohibited except for portable gas Be Prepared This is a natural and wild area, be alert! You may encounter ticks, mosquitoes, wasps, yellow-jackets, bees, poison oak, stinging nettle, poison hemlock, rattle snakes, feral pigs & mountain lions. * California Department of Fish and Wildlife management boundaries represented on this map are for reference only. Contact CDFW for accurate boundaries and regulations.

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