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.)
Authorized species: all legal species, but CDFW emphasizes-
- Big game: deer
- Small game mammals: rabbit
- Upland game birds: band-tailed pigeon, Blue Grouse, California quail, mountain quail, Turkey, and dove
- CDFW symbols: the area webpage only reflects the following activities-
- County: Siskiyou County
- Directions: Take the Hornbrook exit off Interstate 5 and proceed east (right) on Copco Road for 10 miles to the confluence of Scotch and Camp creeks; turn left into the entrance of the Wildlife Area.
- Habitat: rolling to steep hills of shrubs, oaks, and conifers surrounding Scotch Creek and tributaries.
- Location: North of Yreka between Interstate 5 and Iron Gate Reservoir
- Phone: (530) 459-3926
- Recreational Use: Type C
- Region 1: Northern
- Size: 5,017 acres (plus 4,000 acres Bureau of Land Management)
- Website: Horseshoe Ranch Wildlife Area
- Camping: allowed [14 CCR § 551(m)(11)]
- Turkey: During spring turkey season only shotguns and archery equipment may be used. [14 CCR § 551(r)(23)]