On this page, you’ll find area-specific regulations that supplement and/or supersede general use regulations, both of which are a condition for use and incorporated by reference into the entry permit. You’ll also find links to supporting law, websites, directions, hunt maps, and a suggestion box.
Warning shot!!! Remember, federal law also applies (link to our summary of the Migratory Bird Treat Act.) and additional may be located at the Wildlife Area that you can’t find anywhere else (e.g. check station, information kiosks, permits, reservations, road signs, etc.)
A. General Info
- Authorized activities: hunting for deer, dove, quail, rabbit, and waterfowl
- CDFW symbols: the Area webpage only reflects the following activities-
City: town of Doyle
- County: Lassen County
- Facilities: none
- Habitat: foothills and scrub, with riparian habitat along Long Valley Creek. Vegetation includes bitterbrush, curl-leaf mountain mahogany, big sage, and CA juniper.
- Location: link to our Google map of the Area
- Phone Number: (530) 254-6808
- Recreational Use: Type C Wildlife Area
- Region: 1. Northern
- Size: 10,740 acres
- Waterfowl zone: Northeastern (determines season, shooting hours, etc.)
- Website: Doyle WLA
B. All Hunting
- Camping: NOT allowed
- Hunting area: link to our Google map of the Area
- Waterfowl Regulations: Go to the introduction page for links to summaries of rules and regulations, e.g. Migratory Bird Treat Act and general State law.
NOTE: There are no Area-specific regulations.