Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge

For this Refuge and its 16 Units, you’ll find:USFWS

  1. General information about the Refuge and its Units
  2. Authorized activities (e.g. hunting and fishing)
  3. Summaries of general and Refuge-specific rules and regulations
  4. Links to Unit-specific rules and regulations (see menu on the right)
  5. Maps of the blinds, closed zones, driving directions, parking lots, the Refuge, etc.
  6. Links to other useful summaries (e.g. regulations for archery, hunting with dogs, Type C areas, as well as definitions, seasons, daily bag limits, possession limits, and shoot times)
  7. Links to government webpages (USFWS, CDFW, the Sacramento River NWR Complex, and the Refuge)

General Info:


I. Regulatory Summary

A. General Regulations

California rules and regulations for hunting ducks, geese, scaup, brant, Canada geese, dark geese, snow geese, white-fronted geese, specklebellies, white geese, and migratory game birds on national wildlife refuges, California wildlife areas, and California ecological reserves

Waterfowl hunting

The Sacramento River NWR is one of ten National Wildlife Refuges operated by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.  There are both federal and State rules and regulations that apply generally to this Refuge and its Units, which are summarized in a separate page:

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B. Refuge- and Unit-Specific Regulations

California rules and regulations for the use of boats while on national wildlife refuges, California state wildlife areas, and California ecological reserves while hunting for ducks and geese (scaup, brant, Canada geese, dark geese, snow geese, white-fronted geese, specklebellies, white geese); migratory game birds (doves, pigeon, snipe, waterfowl) resident small game birds (grouse, pheasant, ptarmigan, quail, turkey), resident small game (jackrabbit, rabbit, squirrel), big game (antelope, bear, deer, elk, pig, sheep), non-game (coyotes, crow, fox, raccoon) and fishing (bullfrogging, commercial fishing, crayfishing, crawfishing and sport fishing)

CA. Hunting Rules & Regulations

Beginning with Par. II below, you’ll find an alphabetical summary of legal topics that combine Refuge-specific rules and regulations from the following sources:

 Warning shot!!! There are Unit-specific rules located on the Unit Hunt Maps (link from our Menu or Par. III, “Hunting Units).  There may be additional rules at Refuge and/or Units (e.g. entry permit, information booth, kiosks, signs).


II. Authorized Activities

Duck hunting in California

Duck Hunting

Goose hunting in California

Goose Hunting

American Coot hunting in California

Coot Hunting

Moorhen hunting in California

Moorhen Hunting

California rules and regulations for hunting snipe on national wildlife refuge, California wildlife areas, and California ecological reserves

Snipe Hunting

Pheasant hunting in California

Pheasant hunting

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Wild Turkey

Quail hunting in California

Quail Hunting

Dove hunting in California

Dove Hunting

California black-tailed deer hunting

Black-tailed deer

Sport fishing in California

Sport Fishing


 III. Waterfowl, Dove and Snipe Hunting

California rules and regulations of boats while hunting and/or fishing

Use of boats

Access:

      1. Boat: access is available to ALL hunting units (see “Boats” below)
      2. Flooding: units are prone to flooding
      3. Foot: the following hunting units are accessible by boat or foot:
        1. Capay
        2. Drumheller North
        3. Drumheller Slough
        4. Sul Norte
      4. Gravel bars: open 24 hours
      5. Mobility-impaired: consult refuge manager for allowed conveyances

ADA: Refuge-specific brochures are available in Braille and audio versions

Alcohol & illegal drugs: use and possession are NOT allowed (also see “Medical marijuana” below)

Use of bow and arrows

Use of bow and arrows

Archery: except in CLOSED areas, a bow and arrow or crossbow bolts with flu-flu fletching is allowed ONLY for the purpose of hunting migratory game birds or small game within designated shoot areas except for Waterfowl, conventionally fletched arrows may also be used to take waterfowl while sitting on the water from scullboats or similar watercraft (see our summary). Warning shot!!! During any archery season, archers may NOT possess a firearm while in the field hunting with a archery equipment.

Bag limits: link to summaries for duck and goose limits for the “Balance of State” Waterfowl Zone

California rules and regulations for using bikes or bicycles on national wildlife refuges, State wildlife areas, and State ecological reserves while while hunting for ducks and geese (scaup, brant, Canada geese, dark geese, snow geese, white-fronted geese, specklebellies, white geese); migratory game birds (doves, pigeon, snipe, waterfowl) resident small game birds (grouse, pheasant, ptarmigan, quail, turkey), resident small game (jackrabbit, rabbit, squirrel), big game (antelope, bear, deer, elk, pig, sheep), non-game (coyotes, crow, fox, raccoon), and/or fishing (bullfrogging, commercial fishing, crayfishing, crawfishing and sport fishing)

Use of bikes

Bicycles: allowed during waterfowl season on roads or levees for transportation between parking lots and hunting areas [14 CCR § 551(j)].  From May 15 through August 15, bicycles are also allowed on designated trails at the following units:

      1. Capay
      2. Drumheller Slough
      3. Packer
      4. Pine Creek
      5. Rio Vista
      6. Sul Norte

Blinds:

      1. Permanent structures: blinds, platforms, ladders and screw-in foot pegs are NOT allowed
      2. Vegetation: do NOT cut or remove vegetation for blinds or trails

Boats: ALL units open to hunting are accessible by boat except the following Units are also accessible by foot: Capay, Drumheller North, Drumheller Slough and Sul Norte

Image of campers, trailers and tents.

Use of Campers, trailers and tents

Camping & overnight:Camping & Trailers

      1. Gravel bars: Allowed up to 7 days during any 30-day period—NO camping on the refuge
      2. Waterfowl season: allowed in designated areas, but ONLY in vehicles or RV’s–NO tents

Check stations: NONE

Closed ZonesClosed areas:

      1. Mooney Island Unit: NO waterfowl hunting
      2. Occupied dwellings: NO hunting within 150 yards of any occupied dwelling, house, residence or other building or barn or other building used in connection therewith
      3. Private property: NO hunting within 50 feet of any landward boundary adjacent to private property
      4. Weapons: NO firearms or archery equipment is allowed

Day use: two (2) hours before sunrise until one and one-half (1 1/2) hour after sunset

Dog and pet restrictions

Use of dogs

Dogs & pets:

      1. Control: at all times
      2. Leashes: a leash no longer than 6 foot is required at all times except for hunting dogs engaged in authorized hunting activities.  Warning shot!!! Dispose of all dog droppings from trails and parking areas
      3. Release: pets and waterfowl may NOT be release on the Refuge

Falconry: NOT allowed

Fees: there are NO recreation fees

Fires: ONLY on gravel bars in portable gas stoves

Gravel bars: see “Access” and “Boats” above

Guides: commercial guides are NOT allowed without a special use permit

Horses: NOT allowed

Hunt days: daily during open seasons for authorized species

Hunt maps: follow links below to hunting units

Sacramento River national wildlife refuge in California

Hunt Map

Sacramento River national wildlife refuge in California

Detailed map

Sacramento River national wildlife refuge in California

Detailed map


 

Hunter capacity: NO limit

Hunting units: ONLY the following units are open for hunting:

      1. Butte County:
        1. North Llano Seco Island 1 & 2 (small portion)
        2. Pine Creek (small portion)
      2. Glenn County:
        1. Afton
        2. Capay (small portion)
        3. Drumheller North
        4. Drumheller Slough
        5. Jacinto (small portion)
        6. Phelan Island (small portion)
        7. South Ord (small portion)
        8. Sul Norte
      3. Tehama County:
        1. Foster Island (small portion)
        2. Heron Island (small portion)
        3. La Barranca
        4. Ohm (partial closure to waterfowl hunting)
        5. Rio Vista (small portion)
        6. Todd Island

Medical marijuana cards: invalid on all NWR’s

Passes: NO entrance passes are required

Personal Property: remove within one and one-half (1 ½) hour after sunset (e.g. decoys, boats, equipment, hulls/casings, trash, tree stands, etc.)

Seasons: link to seasons and limits for ducks and geese in the Balance of State Waterfowl Zone

Shotgun restrictions

Use of shotguns

Shells:

      1. Limit: there are no limits on the number of shells
      2. Slugs: NOT allowed except when hunting deer

Shoot time: follow the shoot time table for “Sacramento” on DFG webpage for NorCal)

Shot: ONLY steel or other non-toxic shot approved by the USFWS–NO lead

Shotguns:

      1. Loading: NO shells in the chamber OR magazine until reaching hunting areas in the following units: Capay, Drum­heller North, Drumheller Slough, and Sul Norte.  Also see “Weapons” below
      2. Slugs: allowed ONLY when hunting deer

Target shooting: NOT allowed

Trails: do NOT cut vegetation for trails

Vehicles: motorized vehicles are NOT allowed

Weapons:

      1. Allowed: ONLY shotguns and archery equipment.  Warning shot!!! They are NOT allowed in “Closed areas,” see above
      2. Prohibited: NO rifles, crossbows, air guns, paint guns, or pistols may be used or possessed.

IV. Pheasant, Quail and Turkey Hunting

  • Same as Paragraph B above, except that–
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Wild Turkey

ADA access: the Sul Norte Unit has a turkey blind

Archery: is ALSO allowed

Closures: NO hunting at all from June 1 through August 14

Hunt area: ALSO includes the Mooney Unit


IV. Black-Tailed Deer Hunting

  • California black-tailed deer hunting

    Black-tailed deer

    Same as Paragraph C above, except that:

ADA access: the Sul Norte Unit has a deer blind

Dogs: link to our summary of general regulations for hunting dogs and training on mammals.


V. Sport Fishing

California rules and regulations of boats while hunting and/or fishing

Use of boats

Boats & canoes:

      1. Canoes: allowed
      2. Motors: ONLY electric motors are allowed
      3. Packer Lake: no boats any longer than 14 feet

Camping/Overnight: allowed only on gravel bars for up to 7 days during any 30-day period—NO camping on the refuge)

Day Use: two (2) hours before sunrise until one and one-half (1 1/2) hour after sunset, except gravel bars are accessible any time

Fires: only on gravel bars in portable gas stoves

Fish areas: Packer Lake and the Sacramento River are the designated areas (see Refuge rules online)

Vegetation: do NOT cut or remove for blinds or trails


VI. Regulations

Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge

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 must unload firearms (see §27.42(b) of this chapter) before transporting them between parking areas and hunting areas. “Unloaded” means that no ammunition is in the chamber or magazine of the firearm.

3. You may possess only approved non-toxic shot while in the field (see §32.2(k)).

4. We prohibit hunting within 50 feet (15 m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property.

5. We prohibit hunting within 150 yards (45 m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith.

6. Access to the hunt area on all units open to public hunting is by boat only, except on Sul Norte Unit, Drumheller, and Drumheller North, which are accessible by foot traffic or boat. We prohibit bicycles or other conveyances. Mobility-impaired hunters should consult with the refuge manager for allowed conveyances.

7. We prohibit fires on the refuge, except we allow portable gas stoves on gravel bars (see §27.95(a) of this chapter).

8. We allow camping on gravel bars up to 7 days during any 30-day period. We prohibit camping on all other refuge lands.

9. We open the refuge for day-use access from 112 hours before legal sunrise until 112 hours after legal sunset. We allow access during other hours on gravel bars only (see condition A8).

10. We require dogs to be kept on a leash, except for hunting dogs engaged in authorized hunting activities, and under the immediate control of a licensed hunter (see §26.21(b) of this chapter).

11. We prohibit permanent blinds. You must remove all personal property, including decoys and boats, by 112 hours after legal sunset (see §§27.93 and 27.94 of this chapter).

12. We prohibit cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails (see §27.51 of this chapter).

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 A3 through A12 apply.

C. Big Game Hunting. We allow hunting of black-tailed deer on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions:

1. Conditions A4 through A12, and B1 apply.

2. We prohibit construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms ladders or screw-in foot pegs.

3. You must remove all personal property, including stands, from the refuge by 112 hours after legal sunset (see §§27.93 and 27.94 of this chapter).

D. Sport Fishing. We allow sport fishing on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions:

1. Conditions A7, A8, A9, and A12 apply.

2. On Packer Lake, due to primitive access, we allow only boats up to 14 feet (4.2 m) and canoes. We allow electric motors only.


  • Regulations

California rules and regulations for the use of boats while on national wildlife refuges, California state wildlife areas, and California ecological reserves while hunting for ducks and geese (scaup, brant, Canada geese, dark geese, snow geese, white-fronted geese, specklebellies, white geese); migratory game birds (doves, pigeon, snipe, waterfowl) resident small game birds (grouse, pheasant, ptarmigan, quail, turkey), resident small game (jackrabbit, rabbit, squirrel), big game (antelope, bear, deer, elk, pig, sheep), non-game (coyotes, crow, fox, raccoon) and fishing (bullfrogging, commercial fishing, crayfishing, crawfishing and sport fishing)

CA. Hunting Rules & Regulations

(34) Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge, including the La Barranca Unit, Blackberry Island Unit, Mooney Unit, Ohm Unit, Flynn Unit, Heron Island Unit, and Rio Vista Unit (Tehama Co.); Pine Creek Unit, Dead Man’s Reach Unit, North Llano Seco Island 1 & 2 Units, and Llano Seco Riparian Sanctuary Unit (Butte Co.); and McIntosh Landing North and South Units, Capay Unit, Phelan Island Unit, Jacinto Unit, Ord Unit, Ord Bend Unit, South Ord Unit, Hartley Island Unit, Sul Norte Unit, Codora Unit, Packer Unit, Afton Unit, North Drumheller Slough Unit, and Drumheller Slough Unit (Glenn Co.).

(A) Method of Take Restrictions: Shotgun and archery only. Ammunition is restricted to only Federally approved nontoxic shot while in the field (see § 32.2(k) of the CFR) except for shotgun slugs when hunting deer. No rifles, crossbows, air guns, or pistols may be used or possessed (see species specific restrictions below). Falconry is prohibited. Target shooting is prohibited.

(B) Hunt Days: Daily during open seasons for authorized species (see authorized species below).

(C) Units open to hunting of authorized species include: La Barranca, Mooney (no waterfowl hunting), Heron Island, Rio Vista, Pine Creek, Capay, Phelan Island, Jacinto, South Ord, Llano Seco Islands 1 & 2, Sul Norte, Afton, North Drumheller Slough, and Drumheller Slough. Refer to Refuge maps and signs for areas open to hunting. All other areas and species are closed to hunting. Commercial guiding is prohibited.(D) Migratory Game Bird Hunting. Hunting is allowed for goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, and snipe on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions:

1. Shotgun hunting only.

2. On Sul Norte and Drumheller Units, firearms must be unloaded (see § 27.42(b) of the CFR) before transporting them between parking areas and hunting areas. “Unloaded” means that no ammunition is in the chamber or magazine of the firearm.

3. Waterfowl hunting is not allowed on the Mooney Unit.

4. Ammunition is restricted to only Federally approved nontoxic shot while in the field (see § 32.2(k) of the CFR).

5. Hunting is prohibited within 50 feet (15 m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property.

6. Hunting is prohibited within 150 yards (135 m) of any occupied dwelling, house, residence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith.

7. All units open to public hunting are boat accessible only, except on the Sul Norte and Drumheller Slough Units, access to the hunt area is by foot traffic or boat only. Bicycles or other conveyances are prohibited. Mobility impaired hunters should consult with the refuge manager for allowed conveyances.

8. Fires on the refuge are prohibited, except for portable gas stoves on gravel bars (see § 27.95(a) of the CFR).

9. Camping is allowed on gravel bars up to 7 days during any 30-day period. Camping on all other refuge lands is prohibited.

10. The refuge is open for day-use access from 1 1/2 hour before legal shoot time until 1 1/2 hour after legal sunset. Access during other hours is allowed on gravel bars only (see condition A8).

11. Dogs must be kept on a leash, except for hunting dogs engaged in authorized hunting activities, and under the immediate control of a licensed hunter or dog handler (see § 26.21(b) of the CFR).

12. Permanent blinds are prohibited. All personal property, including decoys and boats must be removed by 1 1/2 hour after legal sunset (see §§ 27.93 and 27.94 of the CFR).

13. Cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails is prohibited (see § 27.51 of the CFR). Introduction or importation of non-native vegetation is prohibited except as authorized (see § 50CFR27.52).

(E) Upland Game Hunting. Hunting is allowed for pheasant, turkey, and quail on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions:

1. Shotgun and archery hunting only.

2. Conditions D2 through D12 apply.

(F) Big Game Hunting. Hunting is allowed for black-tailed/mule deer on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions:

1. Conditions D2, D4 through D12, and E1 apply.

2. Construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs is prohibited.

3. All personal property, including stands, must be removed from the refuge by 1 1/2 hour after legal sunset (see §§ 27.93 and 27.94 of the CFR).

4. Shotgun, firing single shotgun slugs, and archery hunting only. No rifles, air guns, or pistols may be used or possessed on the Refuge.

(G) Sport Fishing. Sport fishing is allowed on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions:

1. Conditions D7, D8, D9, and D12 apply.

2. On Packer Lake, due to primitive access, only boats up to 14 feet (4.2 m) and canoes are allowed. Electric motors only.


  • California rules and regulations for the use of boats while on national wildlife refuges, California state wildlife areas, and California ecological reserves while hunting for ducks and geese (scaup, brant, Canada geese, dark geese, snow geese, white-fronted geese, specklebellies, white geese); migratory game birds (doves, pigeon, snipe, waterfowl) resident small game birds (grouse, pheasant, ptarmigan, quail, turkey), resident small game (jackrabbit, rabbit, squirrel), big game (antelope, bear, deer, elk, pig, sheep), non-game (coyotes, crow, fox, raccoon) and fishing (bullfrogging, commercial fishing, crayfishing, crawfishing and sport fishing)

    CA. Hunting Rules & Regulations

    CDFW’s Hunting Regulations Booklet

2013-2014 Waterfowl and Upland Game Hunting & Department Lands Public Use Regulations

551. GENERAL PUBLIC, HUNTING, FIREARMS AND ARCHERY EQUIPMENT USE AND PERMIT REQUIREMENTS ON STATE AND FEDERAL AREAS.

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(q) Additional Regulations For Specific Areas

In addition to the regulations in Section 550 and subsections 551(a) through 551(p), the following areas have special regulations which are listed below (see Section 552 for additional regulations on national wildlife refuges on which the department manages hunting programs):

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(q) Additional Regulations For Specific Areas

In addition to the regulations in Section 550 and subsections 551(a) through 551(p), the following areas have special regulations which are listed below (see Section 552 for additional regulations on national wildlife refuges on which the department manages hunting programs):

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Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge, Type C (Tehama, Butte, and Glenn Counties);

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(34) Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge

Type C Area 10,146 acres

Location and Access: Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge including the La Barranca Unit, Blackberry Island Unit, Todd Island Unit, Mooney Unit, Ohm Unit, Flynn Unit, Heron Island Unit, Foster Island Unit, and Rio Vista Unit (Tehama Co.); Pine Creek Unit, Dead Man’s Reach Unit, North Llano Seco Island 1 & 2 Units, and Llano Seco Riparian Sanctuary Unit (Butte Co.); and McIntosh Landing North and South Units, Capay Unit, Phelan Island Unit, Jacinto Unit, North Ord Unit, Ord Bend Unit, South Ord Unit, Hartley Island Unit, Sul Norte Unit, Codora Unit, Packer Unit, Afton Unit, Drumheller North Unit, and Drumheller Slough Unit (Glenn Co.). Refer to Refuge maps and signs for areas open to the public.

(A) General Access: Access is allowed by foot or boat traffic only in the following units: Rio Vista, Pine Creek, Capay, Ord Bend, Sul Norte, Packer, Drumheller North, and Drumheller Slough.

1. Access is allowed by boat only on the following units: La Barranca, Blackberry Is., Todd Is., Mooney, small portion of the Ohm, Flynn, Heron Island, Foster Is., Phelan Island, Jacinto, Dead Mans Reach, Sough Ord, Llano Seco Is. 1 and 2, and Afton.

2. The following units are closed to public access: McIntosh North and South, North Ord, Llano Seco Riparian Sanctuary, Hartley Island, and Codora.

3. Bicycles or other conveyances are prohibited. Mobility impaired hunters should contact refuge manager for allowed conveyances.

4. Pets must be kept on a leash.

5. Hours: Day use only – two hours before legal sunrise to 1 1/2 hours after legal sunset.

6. Fires are prohibited, except portable gas stoves on gravel bars.

7. Camping is allowed only on gravel bars up to 7 days during a 30 day period.

8. No rifles, crossbows, air guns, paint guns, or pistols may be used or possessed. Target shooting and possession of lead shot is prohibited

9. No firearms or archery equipment are allowed in areas closed to hunting.

(B) Hunting Access: All units open to public hunting are boat accessible only, except on the Sul Norte Unit, Drumheller North, Drumheller Slough and Capay Units, access to hunt areas is by foot or boat only.

(C) Units open to hunting of authorized species in accordance with State and Refuge Specific regulations include: La Barranca, Todd Is., Mooney (no waterfowl hunting), small portion of the Ohm, Heron Island, Rio Vista, Foster Is., Pine Creek, Capay, Phelan Island, Jacinto, South Ord, Llano Seco Islands 1 & 2, and Sul Norte, Afton, Drumheller North, Drumheller Slough. Refer to Refuge maps and signs for areas open to hunting. All other areas are closed to hunting.

1. Commercial guiding is prohibited.

(D) Hunt Days: Daily, during open seasons for authorized species (see authorized species below.

(E) Method of Take Restrictions: Shotgun and archery only. Ammunition is restricted to only federally approved nontoxic shot while in the field (see § 32.2(k) of the CFR) except for shotgun slugs when hunting deer. No rifles, crossbows, air guns, lead shot, or pistols may be used or possessed. Falconry is prohibited.

(F). Authorized Species: goose, duck, coot, moorhen, dove, snipe, turkeys, pheasants, quail and deer (all other species are closed to hunting) on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations subject to the following conditions:

1. On Sul Norte, Drumheller Slough, Drum­heller North and Capay Units, firearms must be unloaded (see § 27.42(b) of the FR) before transporting them between parking areas and hunting areas. ‘‘Unloaded’’ means that no ammunition is in the chamber or magazine of the firearm. Waterfowl hunting is not allowed on the Mooney Unit.

2. Hunting is prohibited within 50 feet (15 m) of any landward boundary adjacent to private property.

3. Hunting is prohibited within 150 yards (45 m) of any occupied dwelling, house, resi­dence, or other building or any barn or other outbuilding used in connection therewith.

4. The refuge is open for day-use access from 2 hours before legal sunrise until 1 . hours after legal sunset. Access during other hours is allowed on gravel bars only. Dogs must be kept on a leash, except for hunting dogs engaged in authorized hunting activities, and under the immediate control of a licensed hunter or dog handler (see § 26.21(b) of the FR).

5. Permanent blinds are prohibited. All per­sonal property, including tree stands, decoys and boats must be removed by 1 . hours after legal sunset (see §§ 27.93 and 27.94 of the FR).

6. Cutting or removal of vegetation for blind construction or for making trails is prohibited (see § 27.51 of the FR).

7. Construction or use of permanent blinds, platforms, ladders or screw-in foot pegs is prohibited.

8. Pets must be kept on a leash, except for hunting dogs engaged in authorized hunting activities, and under the immediate control of a licensed hunter or dog handler (see § 26.21(b) of this chapter).

(G) Sport Fishing. Sport fishing is allowed on designated areas of the refuge in accordance with State regulations.

1. On Packer Lake, due to primitive access, only boats up to 14 feet (4.2 m) and canoes are allowed. Electric motors only.

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