Officer cancels the hunt, J-10 tagholders may exchange the unused tag for any remaining deer tag and have accumulated and earned preference points restored pursuant to Section 708.14. (B) Zone 5: Beginning the third Saturday in November and extending through the third Sunday in February. (2) Alternates shall be selected for each hunt using a Preference Point Drawing. (2) Projectiles commonly referred to as "frangible" bullets, designed to disintegrate upon impact with, or when passing through the tissues of an animal are not softnose or expanding projectiles. Trap pads must be replaced with new pads when worn and maintained in good condition. Nongame birds and nongame mammals may be taken in any manner except as follows: (a) Poison may not be used. Prohibition on the use of Lead Projectiles and Ammunition Using Lead Projectiles for the Take of Wildlife 250.2. A statement describing the factual circumstances surrounding the loss of the big game license tag. (4) To earn and accumulate a point for any species, a person shall comply with all application requirements for that species as specified in sections 708.1, 708.9, 708.10 and 708.11 including the following conditions: (A) Applicants for premium deer license tags, pronghorn antelope license tags. (4) G-7 (Beale Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
(1) Applications for a Disabled Muzzleloader Scope Permit, as specified in Section 702 of these regulations shall be submitted to the department at the address specified on the application and shall include: (A) Applicant's name (B) Applicant's physical address (C) Applicant's date of birth (D). Deer : A Zones, B Zones, C Zones, D Zones, X Zones, Additional Hunts, Fund Raising Tags 361. (b) Department Administered General Methods Rocky Mountain Elk Hunts: (1) Northeastern California General Methods Rocky Mountain Elk Hunt: (A) Area: Those portions of Siskiyou, Modoc, Lassen, and Shasta counties within a line beginning in Siskiyou County at the junction of the California-Oregon state line and.
(A) Area: That portion of Mendocino County within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 101 and the Humboldt-Mendocino county line; east along the Humboldt-Mendocino county line to the Trinity-Mendocino county line; east along Trinity-Mendocino county line to the Mendocino-Tehama county line; south. (B) Northern California Dog Control Zone: Plumas and Trinity counties. Forest Service Road 22 to Highway 89 near the Hat Creek Ranger Station; north along Highway 89 to Highway 299, to the point of beginning. (9) Applicants joining a party shall be assigned the same tag choices in the same order of preference as the party leader. Furbearers and nongame mammals as specified in subsection 472(a) may be taken with the aid of dogs during the appropriate open season, except for closures and restrictions described in subsections 265(a) and (b). (5) Any person taking any pronghorn antelope shall retain that portion of the head, which bears the horns during the open season and for 15 days thereafter, and shall produce it upon the demand of any officer authorized to enforce the provisions of these regulations. Except for closures and prohibitions described in this Section 265 and sections 39 of the Fish and Game Code, dogs may be trained on mammals other than gray fox and raccoon at any time. No person may take a bear within a 400-yard radius of a garbage dump or bait. Use of Lights While Hunting-Remainder of State. (5) Upon the killing of any bear, that person shall immediately fill out all portions of the tag including the report card completely, legibly, and permanently, and cut out or punch out and completely remove notches or punch holes for the month and date. The season in Zone C-2 shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 37 consecutive days.
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