Coyote Location Needed

Discussion in 'Coyote Hunting - From 10 Yards to over 1,000 Yards' started by Blacktail, Dec 23, 2007.

  1. Blacktail

    Blacktail Well-Known Member

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    Unfortunately i live in California the land where no one lets you hunt on their property. Anyone know of any good public land places to hunt yotes? Especially in CA or in Nevada maybe around the reno area? Thanks
     
  2. x-varmints

    x-varmints New Member

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    BLM>California>Recreation>Hunting
    Hunting and Target Shooting

    Hunting is permitted on public lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management. State of California hunting regulations must be followed on Federal lands.
    Target Shooting is allowed on public lands. However, you must provide your own targets and remove your debris when you leave your site. It is illegal to shoot at trees, signs, outbuildings, or other objects on federal lands that are for the public's enjoyment.
    Bureau of Land Management California policy is to allow the use of firearms on public lands, as provided for in state law, and to cooperate with state authorities in the enforcement of firearms regulations.
    Persons have the permission of the Bureau of Land Management to possess and use firearms, including lawfully registered assault weapons, on BLM-administered public lands, except when prohibited by other applicable laws and regulations.
    Proper Access to public lands must be through public roads. Crossing private lands to access public lands is not permitted unless you first obtain permission from the private landowner. Surface management maps may help you in locating public (Federal) lands.
    Safe and prudent actions should be followed at all times. Be aware of the other public land visitors who may be utilizing the same areas for other recreational uses, i.e., camping, hiking, biking, and rock-hounding.
    If you have specific questions on areas that may be appropriate for hunting or shooting, you are encouraged to contact the BLM Field Office having jurisdiction over the area:
      • Map of Field Office boundaries and locations
      • List of Field Office addresses and telephone numbers