DFG Southern California Special Hunts Applications now Available
September 14, 2012
Applications for the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) special hunts program are now available on DFG’s web site.
The pheasant hunts will be offered at Rancho Jamul Ecological Reserve, San Diego County, and at Peace Valley near Gorman in Los Angeles County.
The program consists of three types of hunts: family hunts that can accommodate 18 hunters, women’s hunts that can accommodate 10 hunters and youth hunts that can accommodate 12 hunters for each of the sessions.
These special hunts are provided by DFG’s Upland Game Bird Special Hunt Program, in cooperation with many volunteer organizations. These hunts are meant to provide a high quality and educational experience that supports hunter education. They also provide an additional public hunting opportunity for upland game birds on both public and private lands.
For additional information pertaining to the Special Hunt Program within the South Coast Region, contact the DFG, Upland Game Bird Special Hunt Program/South Coast Region, at (805) 965-3059.
Peace Valley, Los Angeles County, is located at Interstate 5 and state Highway 138, 8 miles south of Gorman. This hunt is on property owned by the California Department of Water Resources.
Rancho Jamul Ecological Reserve, San Diego County, is located in eastern San Diego County between the towns of Jamul and Delzur. This hunt is on property owned by DFG.
Applications are available at http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hunting/
Any questions regarding application process please call the DFG License and Revenue Branch at (916) 445-3418.