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icallshotgun88 10-08-2013 02:11 AM

Nor cal hunting on public land...
 
Where do you hunt in Northern California?
I'm looking for public/ BLM land to hunt on for sometime next year

Hunting deer

I'm near Sacramento so closest to there is ideal...

Thanks

armsmaster270 10-08-2013 04:20 AM

I go up I-80 to the Eagle Lakes turnoff, go back under the freeway curve around to the left, after the campground on the left you keep going back call me and we will talk. 916 715 8701.

John_Deer 10-08-2013 10:12 AM

I get an atlas and gazetteer for every state I hunt in. The Delorme Atlas and Gazetteer has an excellent topographical map that shows hiking trails and logging paths. It shows a lot of backroads that are not/inaccurately shown on GPS units. It also shows the boundaries of state parks, federal parks and BLM areas. The state of CA likely publishes a map that shows public sporting areas. It would be impossible for LEA to enforce laws specific to each public use area without a state issued map. The same map should be available to the public so their is no confusion. Do a google search for public access areas in CA.

I really like the Atlas and Gazetteer. I buy one for every state I hunt in. Often I find places that are a local secret with the Delorme atlas. I also find natural bottlenecks that force game to travel through a certain area. http://www.amazon.com/California-Atlas-Gazetteer-Delorme/dp/0899333834

icallshotgun88 10-08-2013 07:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by John_Deer
I get an atlas and gazetteer for every state I hunt in. The Delorme Atlas and Gazetteer has an excellent topographical map that shows hiking trails and logging paths. It shows a lot of backroads that are not/inaccurately shown on GPS units. It also shows the boundaries of state parks, federal parks and BLM areas. The state of CA likely publishes a map that shows public sporting areas. It would be impossible for LEA to enforce laws specific to each public use area without a state issued map. The same map should be available to the public so their is no confusion. Do a google search for public access areas in CA. I really like the Atlas and Gazetteer. I buy one for every state I hunt in. Often I find places that are a local secret with the Delorme atlas. I also find natural bottlenecks that force game to travel through a certain area. http://www.amazon.com/California-Atlas-Gazetteer-Delorme/dp/0899333834

Awesome. Thanks. That's a lot of help.
I'll pick one up ASAP.
Also, still interested in hearing about everyone's favorite spot (that they are willing to share)..
I understand there are some spots you'll want to keep secret...


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