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§360. Deer.

Except as otherwise provided in this Title 14, deer may be taken only as follows:

  • (a) A, B, C, and D Zone Hunts.
    • (1) Zone A.
      • (A) Area: Shall include all of Zone A-South Unit 110 and Zone A-North Unit 160 (see subsections 360(a)(1)(A)1. through 2.).
        • 1. South Unit 110. In those portions of Alameda, Contra Costa, Fresno, Kern, Kings, Los Angeles, Madera, Merced, Monterey, San Benito, San Joaquin, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Stanislaus, Tulare and Ventura counties within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 99 and the San Joaquin-Sacramento county line at Dry Creek; south on Highway 99 to Highway 166 in Kern County; west on Highway 166 to Highway 33; south on Highway 33 to Sespe Creek; east and south along Sespe Creek to Highway 126; east on Highway 126 to Interstate 5; south on Interstate 5 and 405 to Interstate 10; west on Interstate 10 to the Pacific Ocean; north on the Pacific Ocean coastline to the San Mateo-San Francisco county line; east on the San Mateo-San Francisco county line to the Alameda county line; north on the Alameda-San Francisco county line to the Contra Costa-San Francisco county line: northwest on Contra Costa-San Francisco county line to the Contra Costa-Marin county line; northeast on the Contra Costa-Marin county line to the Contra Costa-Solano county line in San Pablo Bay; east on the Contra Costa-Solano county line and the Sacramento River to the confluence of the San Joaquin River and Sacramento-Contra Costa county line; east on the Sacramento-Contra Costa county line and San Joaquin River to the confluence of the Mokelumne River and San Joaquin-Sacramento county line; northeast on the San Joaquin-Sacramento county line and Mokelumne River to the confluence of Dry Creek; east on the San Joaquin-Sacramento county line and Dry Creek to the point of beginning at Highway 99.
        • 2. North Unit 160. In those portions of Colusa, Glenn, Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Napa, Sacramento, Solano, Sonoma and Yolo within a line beginning at the junction of the mouth of Hardy Creek (Mendocino County) and the Pacific Ocean; east along Hardy Creek to Highway 1; north along Highway 1 to Highway 101; south along Highway 101 to Commercial Avenue in the town of Willits; east on Commercial Avenue to the Hearst-Willits Road (County Road 306); north and east on the Hearst-Willits Road to the Main Eel River; southeast on the Main Eel River to Lake Pillsbury at Scott Dam; southeast along the west shore of Lake Pillsbury and the Rice Fork of the Eel River to Forest Service Road M-10; east on Forest Service Road M-10 to Forest Service Road 17N16; east on Forest Service Road 17N16 to Forest Service Road M-10; east on Forest Service Road M-10 to Letts Valley-Fouts Spring Road; east on the Letts Valley-Fouts Spring Road to the Elk Creek-Stonyford Road (County Road 306); north on the Elk Creek-Stonyford Road to the Glenn-Colusa county line; east along the Glenn-Colusa County line to Interstate 5; Interstate 5 south to Highway 99 in the City of Sacramento; Highway 99 south to the Sacramento/San Joaquin County line at Dry Creek, west along the Sacramento/San Joaquin County line and Dry Creek to the confluence with the Mokelumne River, southwest on the Sacramento/San Joaquin County line and Mokelumne River to the confluence with the San Joaquin River and Sacramento/Contra Costa County line, west on the Sacramento/Contra Costa County line and San Joaquin River to the confluence of the Sacramento River and Solano/Contra Costa County line, west on the Sacramento River and Solano/Contra Costa County line to the Marin County line in San Pablo Bay, southwest on the Marin/Contra Costa and Marin/San Francisco county lines to the North Peninsula shoreline near the Golden Gate Bridge, west on the shoreline to the Pacific Ocean coastline, northwest on the Pacific Ocean coastline to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone A-South Unit 110 and Zone-A North Unit 160 shall open on the second Saturday in August and extend for 44 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags 65,000. Zone A tags are valid in Zone A-South Unit 110 and Zone A-North Unit 160.
    • (2) Zone B.
      • (A) Area: Shall include all of Zones B-1, B-2, B-3, B-4, B-5 and B-6 (see subsections 360(a)(2)(A) 1-6).
        • 1. Zone B-1. In the County of Del Norte and those portions of Glenn, Humboldt, Lake, Mendocino, Siskiyou and Trinity counties within a line: Beginning at the California-Oregon state line and the Pacific Ocean; east along the state line to the point where Cook-Green Pass Road (Forest Service Road 48N20) intersects the California-Oregon state line; south on the Cook-Green Pass Road to Highway 96 near Seiad Valley; west and south along Highway 96 to Highway 299 at Willow Creek; southeast along Highway 299 to the South Fork of the Trinity River; southeast along the South Fork of the Trinity River to the boundary of the Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness Area; southwest along the boundary of the Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness Area to the Four Corners Rock-Washington Rock Trail; south and east on the Four Corners Rock-Washington Rock Trail to the North Fork of Middle Fork Eel River; south on the North Fork of Middle Fork Eel River to Middle Fork Eel River; east on Middle Fork Eel River to confluence with Balm of Gilead Creek; north and east on Balm of Gilead Creek to confluence with Minnie Creek; east and south on Minnie Creek to Soldier Ridge Trail; north on Soldier Ridge Trail to Summit Trail; south on Summit Trail to Green Springs Trail head at Pacific Crest Road (U.S. Forest Service Road M-2); south on the Mendocino Pass Road to the intersection of Forest Highway 7; west on Forest Highway 7 to the Middle Fork of the Eel River near Eel River Work Center; southwest on the Middle Fork of the Eel River to the Black Butte River; Black Butte River to the Glenn-Mendocino county line; south along the Glenn-Mendocino and Lake-Mendocino county lines to the northern boundary of State Game Refuge 2-A; east and south along the northern and eastern boundaries of State Game Refuge 2-A to the Glenn-Lake near Sheetiron Mountain; south along the Glenn-Lake and Colusa-Lake county lines to Forest Service Road 17N16; west on Forest Service Road 17N16 to Forest Service Road M-10; west on Forest Service Road M-10 to the Rice Fork of the Eel River; northwest along the Rice Fork of the Eel River and the shore of Lake Pillsbury to the Main Eel River at Scott Dam; west and north along the Main Eel River to the Hearst-Willits Road; southwest on the Hearst-Willits Road to Commercial Avenue; west on Commercial Avenue to Highway 101; north on Highway 101 to Highway 1 at Leggett; west on Highway 1 to its intersection with the South Fork of the Eel River; north and west along the South Fork of the Eel River to the main Eel River; west and north along the main Eel River to mouth of the Eel River and north along the Pacific coastline to the point of beginning.
        • 2. Zone B-2. In those portions of Humboldt, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama, and Trinity counties within a line beginning at the intersection of Interstate 5 and Highway 299 in Redding; west on Highway 299 to the Bully Choop Mountain Road at the Shasta-Trinity county line and Buckhorn Summit; south on the Bully Choop Mountain Road to a point where this road leaves the Shasta-Trinity county line at Mud Springs; southwest along the Shasta-Trinity county line to the Browns Creek-Harrison Gulch Road; south on the Browns Creek-Harrison Gulch Road to Highway 36; east on Highway 36 (200 yards) to Forest Service Arterial Road 41; south on Forest Service Arterial Road 41 to Stuart Gap at the Tehama-Trinity county line; south on the Tehama-Trinity county line to the north boundary of the Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness Area; west and south on the Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness boundary to the South Fork of the Trinity River; north and west along the South Fork of the Trinity River to Highway 299; west and north on Highway 299 to Highway 96 at Willow Creek; north on Highway 96 to the Cecilville-Salmon River Road (Forest Service Road 93) at Somes Bar; east along the Cecilville-Salmon River Road to Highway 3 at Callahan; east along Highway 3 to the Gazelle-Callahan Road (Forest Service Road 1219); east along the Gazelle-Callahan Road to Highway 99; north along Highway 99 to Louie Road; east along Louie Road to Interstate 5; south along Interstate 5 to the point of beginning.
        • 3. Zone B-3. In those portions of Colusa, Glenn, Lake, Mendocino, and Tehama counties within a line beginning at the intersection of Interstate 5 and Black Butte Reservoir Road; south on Interstate 5 to the Glenn-Colusa county line; west along the Glenn-Colusa county line to the Elk Creek-Stonyford Road (County Road 306); south on the Elk Creek-Stonyford Road to the Letts Valley-Fouts Spring Road; west on the Letts Valley-Fouts Spring Road through Fouts Spring to Forest Service Road M-10; west on Forest Service Road M-10 to the Colusa-Lake county line; north along the Colusa-Lake and Glenn-Lake county lines to the eastern boundary of State Game Refuge 2-A, near Sheetiron Mountain; north and west along the eastern and northern boundaries of State Game Refuge 2-A to the Lake-Mendocino county line; north on the Lake-Mendocino and Glenn-Mendocino county lines to the Black Butte River; northwest along the Black Butte River to the Middle Fork of the Eel River; east and north along the Middle Fork of the Eel River to Forest Highway 7 near the Eel River Work Center; east on Forest Highway 7 to the Low Gap-Government Flat Road; north on the Low Gap-Government Flat Road to the Round Valley-Paskenta Road at Government Flat; east on the Round Valley-Paskenta Road to the Black Butte Lake-Newville Road; south and east on the Black Butte Lake-Newville Road to Interstate 5 at the point of beginning.
        • 4. Zone B-4. In those portions of Mendocino and Humboldt counties within a line beginning at the mouth of Hardy Creek and the Pacific Ocean; north along the Pacific coastline to the mouth of the Eel River; east and south along the main Eel River to the South Fork of the Eel River; south along the South Fork of the Eel River to state Highway 1 at Leggett; west on state Highway 1 to Hardy Creek; west along Hardy Creek to the point of beginning.
        • 5. Zone B-5. In those portions of Glenn, Mendocino, Shasta, Tehama and Trinity counties within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 299 and Interstate 5 in Redding; south along Interstate 5 to the Black Butte Lake- Newville Road near Orland; west and north on the Black Butte Lake-Newville Road to the Round Valley-Paskenta Road; west on the Round Valley-Paskenta Road to the Pacific Crest Road (U.S. Forest Service Road M-2) near Government Flat; north on the Pacific Crest Road to the Summit Trailhead at Green Springs; north along Summit Trail to Soldier Ridge Trail; south and west along Soldier Ridge Trail to Minnie Creek; north and west on Minnie Creek to Balm of Gilead Creek; west on Balm of Gilead Creek to the Middle Fork of the Eel River; west on the Middle Fork of the Eel River to the North Fork of the Middle Fork of the Eel River; north on the North Fork of the Middle Fork of the Eel River to the Four Corners Rock-Washington Rock Trail; north and west on the Four Corners Rock-Washington Rock Trail to the boundary of the Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness Area; north along the boundary of the Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness Area to the Tehama-Trinity county line; north on the Tehama-Trinity county line to Forest Service Arterial Road 41 at Stuart Gap; north on Forest Service Arterial Road 41 to Highway 36; west on Highway 36 (200 yards) to the Browns Creek-Harrison Gulch Road; north on the Browns Creek-Harrison Gulch Road to the Shasta-Trinity county line; northeast along the Shasta-Trinity county line to Mud Springs, where the Bully Choop Mountain Road joins the Shasta-Trinity county line; north on the Bully Choop Mountain Road to Highway 299 at Buckhorn Summit and the Shasta-Trinity county line; east on Highway 299 to Interstate 5 in Redding.
        • 6. Zone B-6. In that portion of Siskiyou County within a line beginning at the California-Oregon state line and its intersection with Interstate 5; south on Interstate 5 to Louie Road near Gazelle; west on Louie Road to Highway 99; south on Highway 99 to the Gazelle-Callahan Road at Gazelle; west on the Gazelle-Callahan Road to Highway 3; west on Highway 3 to the Cecilville-Salmon River Road (Forest Service Road 93) at Callahan; west on the Cecilville-Salmon River Road to Highway 96 at Somes Bar; north on Highway 96 to the Cook-Green Pass Road at Seiad Valley; north on the Cook-Green Pass Road to the California-Oregon state line; east along the California-Oregon state line to Interstate 5.
      • (B) Season: The seasons for the B Zone shall be those specified for the areas described as B-1, B-2, B-3, B-4, B-5 and B-6 (see subsections 360(a)(2)(B)1-6).
        • 1. Zone B-1. The season in Zone B-1 shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 37 consecutive days.
        • 2. Zone B-2. The season in Zone B-2 shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 37 consecutive days.
        • 3. Zone B-3. The season in Zone B-3 shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 37 consecutive days.
        • 4. Zone B-4. The season in Zone B-4 shall open on the fourth Saturday in August and extend for 37 consecutive days.
        • 5. Zone B-5. The season in Zone B-5 shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 37 consecutive days.
        • 6. Zone B-6. The season in Zone B-6 shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 30 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 35,000. Zone B tags are valid in Zones B-1, B-2, B-3, B-4, B-5 and B-6
    • (3) Zone C.
      • (A)Area: Shall include all of Zones C-1, C-2, C-3, and C-4 (see subsections 360(a)(3)(A)1. through 4.).
        • 1. Zone C-1. In that portion of Siskiyou County within a line beginning at the California-Oregon state line and its intersection with Interstate 5; south on Interstate 5 to Highway 97 at Weed; north and east on Highway 97 to the intersection with the California-Oregon state line; west on the California-Oregon state line to the point of beginning.
        • 2. Zone C-2. In those portions of Shasta and Siskiyou counties within a line beginning at the junction of Interstate 5 and Highway 89 south of the town of Mt. Shasta; east and south on Highway 89 to the Pit River at Lake Britton; west and south along the Pit River to Interstate 5 at Shasta Lake; north on Interstate 5 to the point of beginning.
        • 3. Zone C-3. In that portion of Shasta County within a line beginning at the intersection of Cottonwood Creek and Interstate 5 at Cottonwood; north on Interstate 5 to the Pit River at Shasta Lake; east and north on the Pit River to Highway 89 at Lake Britton; south on Highway 89 to Highway 44 at Old Station; south and west on Highway 44 to the North Fork of Battle Creek; southwest on the North Fork of Battle Creek to Battle Creek; west on Battle Creek to the Sacramento River; north on the Sacramento River to the mouth of Cottonwood Creek; west on Cottonwood Creek to the point of beginning.
        • 4. Zone C-4. In those portions of Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Plumas, Shasta, and Tehama counties within a line beginning at the junction of Interstate 5 and Cottonwood Creek at Cottonwood; east on Cottonwood Creek to the Sacramento River; south on the Sacramento River to Battle Creek; east on Battle Creek to the North Fork of Battle Creek; northeast on the North Fork of Battle Creek to Highway 44; east on Highway 44 to Highway 89 at the north entrance of Lassen Volcanic National Park; north and east on Highway 89 and 44 to the junction of Highway 44 at Old Station; south and east on Highway 44 to Highway 36 west of Susanville; west on Highway 36 to Highway 147 near Westwood; south on Highway 147 to Highway 89; south on Highway 89 to Highway 70; southwest on Highway 70 to Highway 162 at Oroville; west on Highway 162 to Interstate 5; north on Interstate 5 to Cottonwood Creek to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The seasons for the C Zone shall be those specified for the areas described as C-1, C-2, C-3, and C-4 (see subsections 360(a)(3)(B)1. through 4.).
        • 1. Zone C-1. The season in Zone C-1 shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 30 consecutive days.
        • 2. Zone C-2. The season in Zone C-2 shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 37 consecutive days.
        • 3. Zone C-3. The season in Zone C-3 shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 37 consecutive days.
        • 4. Zone C-4. The season in Zone C-4 shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 8,150. Zone C tags are valid in Zones C-1, C-2, C-3, and C-4 during the general season only as described above in subsections 360(a)(3)(B)1. through 4.
    • (4) Zone D-3-5.
      • (A) Area: Shall include all of zones D-3, D-4, and D-5 (see subsections 360(a)(4)(A)1. through 3.).
        • 1. Zone D-3. In those portions of Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sierra, Sutter and Yuba counties within a line beginning at the junction of Interstate 5 and Highway 162 at Willows; east on Highway 162 to Highway 70 at Oroville; northeast on Highway 70 to Highway 89; south on Highway 89 to the new Gold Lake Road (near Graeagle); south on the new Gold Lake Road to Highway 49 at Bassetts; east on Highway 49 to Yuba Pass; south on the Yuba Pass-Webber Lake Road (main haul road) through Bonta Saddle to the Jackson Meadows Highway (Fiberboard Road); west on the Jackson Meadows Highway for two miles to the White Rock Lake Road; south on the White Rock Lake Road to the new road to White Rock Lake (below Bear Valley); south and east on the new White Rock Lake Road to the Pacific Crest Trail (one mile west of White Rock Lake in section 21, T18N, R14E, M.D.B.M.); south and east on the Pacific Crest Trail to Interstate 80 near the Castle Peak-Boreal Ridge Summit; west on Interstate 80 to Highway 20; west on Highway 20 to the Bear River in Bear Valley; west along the Bear River to Highway 65 near Wheatland; north on Highway 65 to Highway 70; north on Highway 70 to Highway 20 in Marysville; west on Highway 20 to Interstate 5 at Williams; north on Interstate 5 to the point of beginning.
        • 2. Zone D-4. In those portions of Colusa, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba counties within a line beginning at the junction of Interstate 5 and Highway 20 at Williams; east on Highway 20 to Highway 70 in Marysville; south on Highway 70 to Highway 65; south on Highway 65 to the Bear River (south of Wheatland); east along the Bear River to Highway 20; east on Highway 20 to Interstate 80; east on Interstate 80 to the Pacific Crest Trail near the Castle Peak-Boreal Ridge Summit; south on the Pacific Crest Trail to Forest Route 03 at Barker Pass; east and north along Forest Route 03 to Blackwood Canyon Road; east along Blackwood Canyon Road to Highway 89 at Lake Tahoe near Idlewild; south on Highway 89 to Blackwood Creek; east on Blackwood Creek to the Lake Tahoe shoreline; south along the shore of Lake Tahoe to the mouth of Miller Creek and the common boundary between the Eldorado and Tahoe National Forests; west along Miller Creek to the Rubicon River; west along the Rubicon River through Hell Hole Reservoir to the Middle Fork of the American River; west along the Middle Fork of the American River to the American River; west along the American River to Interstate 5; north on Interstate 5 to the point of beginning.
        • 3. Zone D-5. In the counties of Amador and Calaveras and those portions of Alpine, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Tuolumne counties within a line beginning at the junction of Interstate 5 and the American River in Sacramento; east along the American River to the Middle Fork of the American River; northeast along the Middle Fork of the American River to the Rubicon River; east along the Rubicon River through Hell Hole Reservoir to its confluence with Miller Creek; east along Miller Creek to its junction with the new (marked) USFS Pacific Crest Trail; north on the Pacific Crest Trail one-quarter mile to a junction with the McKinney-Rubicon Springs Road (Miller Lake Road); east along the McKinney-Rubicon Springs Road to McKinney Creek (NE 1/4, section 23, T14N, R16E, M.D.B.M.); east along McKinney Creek to the west shoreline of Lake Tahoe near Chambers Lodge; south along the shore of Lake Tahoe to the California-Nevada state line; southeast along the California-Nevada state line to Highway 50; southwest on Highway 50 to the Pacific Crest Trail at Echo Summit; south along the Pacific Crest Trail to the township line between Townships 7 and 8 North near Wolf Creek Pass; due west on that township line to the road connecting Lower and Upper Highland Lakes at Lower Highland Lake; west along that road to Highland Creek; southwest along Highland Creek to the North Fork of the Stanislaus River; west along the North Fork of the Stanislaus River to the Stanislaus River; west along the Stanislaus River to Highway 99; north along Highway 99 to Interstate 80; west on Interstate 80 to Interstate 5; north on Interstate 5 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for zones for D-3 through D-5 shall open on the fourth Saturday in September and extend for 37 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 33,000 The Zone D-3-5 tag is valid in zones D-3, D-4, and D-5.
    • (5) Zone D-6.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Alpine, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Stanislaus and Tuolumne counties within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 99 and the Stanislaus River at Ripon; east along the Stanislaus River and following the North Fork of the Stanislaus River to Highland Creek; east up Highland Creek to the road connecting Lower and Upper Highland Lakes at Upper Highland Lake; east along that road to the township line between Townships 7 and 8 North; east on that township line to the Sierra crest near Wolf Creek Pass; south along the Sierra crest to the Yosemite National Park boundary near Rodger Peak; along the eastern Yosemite National Park boundary to Highway 41; south along Highway 41 to the Madera-Mariposa county line south of Westfall Station; along the Madera-Mariposa and the Madera-Merced county lines to Highway 99; north along Highway 99 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone D-6 shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 44 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 10,000.
    • (6) Zone D-7.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Fresno, Madera, Mariposa and Tulare counties within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 99 and the Madera-Merced county line; northeast along the Madera-Merced and Madera-Mariposa county lines to Highway 41 south of Westfall Station; north along Highway 41 to Yosemite National Park boundary; east along the park boundary to the Mono-Madera county line near Rodger Peak; south along the Inyo National Forest boundary (crest of the Ritter Range) to the junction of the Inyo National Forest boundary and Ashley Creek; east to Ashley Lake; northeast along Ashley Creek to the junction of King Creek; southeast along King Creek to its junction with the middle fork of the San Joaquin River; south and west along the middle fork of the San Joaquin River to the junction of the Inyo National Forest boundary; east along Fish Creek to its confluence with Deer Creek; north and east along Deer Creek to the upper crossing of the Deer Creek trail; north and east along the Deer Creek trail to the Inyo National Forest Boundary (the Sierra Crest); south along the Sierra crest and the Inyo National Forest boundary to Bishop Pass; west along the Dusy Basin Trail to the Middle Fork of the Kings River; southwest and downstream along the Middle Fork of the Kings River to the junction of the Middle Fork and South Fork of the Kings River; southwest along the Kings River through Pine Flat Reservoir, Piedra and Reedley to Highway 99; north along Highway 99 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone D-7 shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 44 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 9,000.
    • (7) Zone D-8.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Fresno, Kern and Tulare counties within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 99 and the Kings River; upstream and northeast along the Kings River through Reedley, Piedra and Pine Flat Reservoir to the junction of the Middle and South Forks of the Kings River; northeast along the Middle Fork Kings River to the Dusy Basin Trail; east along this trail to the Kings Canyon National Park boundary at Bishop Pass; south along the Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Park boundaries to the Main Kern River; southeast along the Main Kern River and the common boundary between the Inyo and Sequoia National Forests to the end of the Chimney Meadow-Blackrock Station Road (Forest Road 21S03) near Blackrock Mountain; southeast along the Chimney Meadow-Blackrock Station Road through Troy Meadows to the South Fork of the Kern River; south along the South Fork of the Kern River to the Doyle Ranch Road; south along the Doyle Ranch Road to Highway 178 in the town of Onyx; southwest along Highway 178 to Highway 99 at Bakersfield; north along Highway 99 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone D-8 shall open on the fourth Saturday in September and extend for 30 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 8,000.
    • (8) Zone D-9.
      • (A) Area: In that portion of Kern County within a line beginning at the intersection of Highways 99 and 178; northeast along Highway 178 along Lake Isabella and through Walker Pass to Highway 14; southwest along Highway 14 to Highway 58; northwest along Highway 58 to Highway 99; north along Highway 99 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone D-9 shall open on the fourth Saturday in September and extend for 30 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 2,000.
    • (9) Zone D-10.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Kern and Los Angeles counties within a line beginning at the intersection of Highways 99 and 58; southeast along Highway 58 to Highway 14; south along Highway 14 to Highway 138; west along Highway 138 to Interstate 5; north on Interstate 5 to Highway 99; north on Highway 99 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone D-10 shall open on the fourth Saturday in September and extend for 30 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 700.
    • (10) Zone D-11.
      • (A) Area: Those portions of Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties, within a line beginning at the intersection of Interstate 5 and Highway 138, south of Gorman; east on Highway 138 to Highway 14; south on Highway 14 to Palmdale and Highway 138; east on Highways 138 and 18 to Interstate 15; south on interstates 15 and 15E to Interstate 10; west on Interstate 10 to Interstate 405; north on Interstates 405 and 5 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone D-11 shall open on the second Saturday in October and extend for 30 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 5,500.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Hunters that possess a D-11 deer tag may also hunt in zones D-13 and D-15 as described in subsections 360(a)(12)(A), (B) and (C), and subsections 360(a)(14)(A), (B) and (C).
    • (11) Zone D-12.
      • (A) Area: Those portions of Imperial, Riverside and San Bernardino counties within a line beginning at Highway 62 and the Twentynine Palms-Amboy Road in Twentynine Palms; east along Highway 62 to Highway 95 at Vidal Junction; north on Highway 95 to Interstate 40; east on Interstate 40 to the California-Arizona state line; south along this state line to the U.S.-Mexican border; west along the U.S.-Mexican border to Highway 111 in Calexico; north on Highway 111 to Interstate 10; north and west on Interstate 10 to Highway 62; north and east on Highway 62 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone D-12 shall open on the first Saturday in November and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 950.
    • (12) Zone D-13.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Kern, Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties within a line beginning at the intersection of Highways 99 and 166 at Mettler; south on Highway 99 and Interstate 5 to Highway 126; west on Highway 126 to the crossing of Sespe Creek; north and then west along Sespe Creek to Highway 33; north on Highway 33 to Highway 166; north and east on Highway 166 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone D-13 shall open on the second Saturday in October and extend for 30 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 4,000.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Hunters that possess a D-13 deer tag may also hunt in zones D-11 and D-15 as described in subsections 360(a)(10)(A), (B) and (C), and subsections 360(a)(14)(A), (B) and (C).
    • (13) Zone D-14.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Riverside and San Bernardino counties within a line beginning at the junction of Interstates 10 and 15E; northwest on Interstates 15E and 15 through Cajon Pass to Bear Valley Cutoff Road; east on Bear Valley Cutoff Road to Highway 18; east along Highway 18 to Highway 247; southeast on Highway 247 to Highway 62; southwest on Highway 62 to Interstate 10; west on Interstate 10 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Seasons: The season in Zone D-14 shall open on the second Saturday in October and extend for 30 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 3,000.
    • (14) Zone D-15.
      • (A) Area: Including Santa Catalina Island, those portions of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego counties within a line beginning at the Pacific Ocean and Interstate 10 in Santa Monica; east on Interstate 10 to Highway 79 at Beaumont; south on Highway 79 to Hemet; south on County Road R-3 through Sage to Highway 79; west on Highway 79 to Interstate 15; south on Interstate 15 to Highway 76; west on Highway 76 to the Pacific Ocean; north along the shoreline to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone D-15 shall open on the second Saturday in October and extend for 30 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: one buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 1,500.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Hunters that possess a D-15 deer tag may also hunt in zones D-11 and D-13 as described in subsections 360(a)(10)(A), (B) and (C), and subsections 360(a)(12)(A), (B) and (C).
    • (15)Zone D-16.
      • (A) Area: Those portions of Imperial, Riverside and San Diego counties within the line beginning at the Pacific Ocean and Highway 76; east on Highway 76 to Interstate 15; north on Interstate 15 to Highway 79; east on Highway 79 to the San Diego-Riverside county line; east along the San Diego-Riverside county line to the Anza-Borrego State Park boundary; south along the Anza-Borrego State Park boundary to Highway 78; east on Highway 78 to Highway 111; south on Highway 111 to the U.S.-Mexican border; west along the U.S.-Mexican border to the Pacific Ocean; north along the shoreline to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone D-16 shall open on the fourth Saturday in October and extend for 30 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 3,000.
    • (16) Zone D-17.
      • (A) Area: Those portions of Inyo, Kern, Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties within a line beginning at Highway 395 and the Kern-Inyo county line; east along the Kern-Inyo county line to the San Bernardino-Inyo county line; east along the San Bernardino-Inyo county line to Highway 127; north along Highway 127 to the California-Nevada state line; south along the California-Nevada state line to the California-Arizona state line; south along the California-Arizona state line to Interstate 40; Interstate 40 north to Needles; Highway 95 south to Highway 62; west on Highway 62 to Highway 247; northwest on Highway 247 to Highway 18; west on Highway 18 to Bear Valley Cutoff Road; west on Bear Valley Cutoff Road to Interstate 15; north on Interstate 15 to Highway 18; west on Highways 18 and 138 to Highway 14; north on Highways 14 and 395 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone D-17 shall open on the second Saturday in October and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 500.
    • (17) Zone D-19.
      • (A) Area: Those portions of Imperial, Riverside and San Diego counties within a line beginning at the junction of Interstate 10 and Highway 79; south on Highway 79 to Hemet; south on County Road R-3 to Highway 79; south on Highway 79 to the Riverside-San Diego county line; east on the Riverside-San Diego county line to the Anza-Borrego State Park boundary; south on the Anza-Borrego State Park boundary to Highway 78; east on Highway 78 to Highway 111; north on Highway 111 to the junction of Interstate 10 in Indio; west on Interstate 10 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in D-19 shall open the first Saturday in October and extend for 30 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 1,500.
  • (b) X-Zone Hunts.
    • (1) Zone X-1.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Lassen, Modoc, Shasta and Siskiyou counties within a line beginning at the California-Oregon state line and its intersection with Highway 139; south on Highway 139 to the Lookout-Hackamore Road; south on the Lookout-Hackamore Road to Highway 299; west on Highway 299 to the Pit River near Bieber; south and west on the Pit River to Highway 89 at Lake Britton; northwest on Highway 89 to Interstate 5 at Mt. Shasta; north on Interstate 5 to the junction of Highway 97 at Weed; north and east on Highway 97 to the California-Oregon state line; east on the California-Oregon state line to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-1 shall open on the first Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 935.
    • (2) Zone X-2.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Modoc and Siskiyou counties within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 139 and the California-Oregon state line near Tulelake; east along the California-Oregon state line to the eastern shoreline of Goose Lake; southwest along the eastern shoreline of Goose Lake to Westside Road (Modoc County 48); southeast along the Westside Road to Highway 395 in Davis Creek; south along Highway 395 to Highway 299 in Alturas; west along Highway 299 to Highway 139 near Canby; northwest along Highway 139 to the Oregon-California state line and the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-2 shall open on the first Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 180.
    • (3) Zone X-3a.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Lassen and Modoc counties within a line beginning at the intersection of the Lookout-Hackamore Road and Highway 139; southeast on Highway 139 to Highway 299; east on Highway 299 to Highway 395 in Alturas; south on Highway 395 to the Termo-Grasshopper Road (Lassen County 513); west on the Termo-Grasshopper Road to Highway 139; south on Highway 139 to the Cleghorn Road (Lassen County 521); west and north on the Cleghorn Road to Lassen County Road 519 near Coulthurst Flat; west on Lassen County Road 519 to U.S. Forest Service Designated Through Route 22 near Gooch Mountain; west and north on U.S. Forest Service Designated Through Route 22 to the Little Valley Road (Lassen County 404); north on the Little Valley Road to the Western Pacific Railroad; northeast on the Western Pacific Railroad to Horse Creek; northwest on Horse Creek to the Pit River; north on the Pit River to Highway 299 at Bieber; northeast on Highway 299 to the Bieber-Lookout-Hackamore Road; north along the Bieber-Lookout-Hackamore Road to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-3a shall open on the first Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 295.
    • (4) Zone X-3b.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Lassen and Modoc counties within a line beginning at the east shoreline of Goose Lake and the California-Oregon state line; east along this state line to the California-Nevada state line; south along the California-Nevada state line to the Clarks Valley-Red Rock-Tuledad Road (Lassen County Roads 512, 510 and 506); west along the Tuledad Red Rock-Clarks Valley Road to Highway 395 at Madeline; north on Highway 395 to Westside Road (Modoc County 48) in Davis Creek; west and north along Westside Road to the south shoreline of Goose Lake; east and north along the south and east shoreline of Goose Lake to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-3b shall open on the first Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 835.
    • (5) Zone X-4.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Lassen and Shasta counties within a line beginning at the junction of Highways 89 and 44 at Old Station; north on Highway 89 to the intersection with the Pit River at Lake Britton; east and south on the Pit River to Horse Creek; southeast on Horse Creek to the Burlington Northern Railroad; southwest on the Burlington Northern Railroad to the Little Valley Road (Lassen County 404); south on the Little Valley Road to U.S. Forest Service Designated Through Route 22; south and east on U.S. Forest Service Designated Through Route 22 to Lassen County 519 near Gooch Mountain; east on Lassen County 519 to Cleghorn Road (Lassen County 521) near Coulthurst Flat; east on Cleghorn Road to Highway 139; south on Highway 139 to its crossing of Willow Creek in the Willow Creek Valley; south (downstream) on Willow Creek to its crossing of Conservation Center Road (Lassen County A-27); west on Conservation Center Road to Highway 36; northwest on Highway 36 to the intersection with Highway 44; north and west on Highway 44 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-4 shall open on the first Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 395.
    • (6) Zone X-5a.
      • (A) Area: In that portion of Lassen County within a line beginning at the junction of Highway 395 and Conservation Center Road (Lassen County A-27) in the town of Litchfield; west on Conservation Center Road to its crossing of Willow Creek; northwest (upstream) on Willow Creek to its crossing of Highway 139 in the Willow Creek Valley; north along Highway 139 to the Termo-Grasshopper Road; east on the Termo-Grasshopper Road to Highway 395; south along Highway 395 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-5a shall open on the first Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 75.
    • (7) Zone X-5b.
      • (A) Area: That portion of Lassen County lying within the following line: Beginning at the junction of Highway 395 and the Clarks Valley-Red Rock-Tuledad Road (Lassen County Roads 506, 510 and 512); east on the Clarks Valley-Red Rock-Tuledad Road to the California-Nevada state line; south on the California-Nevada state line to the Pyramid Lake Road (Lassen County 320); west on the Pyramid Lake Road to Highway 395; north on Highway 395 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-5b shall open on the first Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 55.
    • (8) Zone X-6a.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Lassen and Plumas counties within a line beginning at the junction of Highway 147 and Highway 36 near Westwood; east on Highway 36 to Conservation Center Road at Susanville (County Road A-27); east on Conservation Center Road to Highway 395 at the town of Litchfield; east on Highway 395 to the Wendel-Pyramid Lake Road (County Road 320); east on the Wendel-Pyramid Lake Road to the Nevada-California state line; south on the Nevada-California state line to the UP-WP railroad line near Herlong; west on the UP-WP railroad line to the Herlong Access Road (County Road A- 25) at Herlong; west on the Herlong Access Road to Highway 395; north on Highway 395 to County Road 336 at Milford; southwest on County Road 336 to U.S. Forest Service Road 26N16 near the Plumas-Lassen county line; west on Forest Service Road 26N16 to Forest Service Road 28N03 at Doyle Crossing; west on Forest Services Road 28N03 to Forest Service Road 29N43 near Antelope Lake; south on Forest Service Road 29N43 to County Road 111 at Flournoy Bridge; south on County Road 111 to Forest Service Road 24N08; south on Forest Service Road 24N08 to County Road 112 at Lake Davis; south on County Road 112 to Highway 70; west on Highway 70 to the Highway 89 junction at Blairsden; west on Highway 89/70 to the Greenville Y west of Quincy; northwest on Highway 89 to Highway 147 at Canyon Dam; north on Highway 147 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Seasons: The season in Zone X-6a shall open on the first Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 320.
    • (9) Zone X-6b.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Lassen and Plumas counties within a line beginning at the junction of County Road 336 and Highway 395 at Milford; south on Highway 395 to the junction of Highway 395 and the Herlong Access Road (County Road A-25); east on the Herlong Access Road to its junction with the UP-WP railroad line at Herlong; east on the UP-WP railroad line to the Nevada-California state line; south on the Nevada-California state line to the junction of the Nevada-California state line and Highway 395 at Bordertown; northwest on Highway 395 to its junction at Highway 70; west on Highway 70 to its junction with County Road 112; north on County Road 112 to its junction with U.S. Forest Service Road 24N08 at Lake Davis; north on Forest Service Road 24N08 to its junction with County Road 111; northwest on County Road 111 to its junction with Forest Service Road 29N43 at Flournoy Bridge; north on Forest Service Road 29N43 to Forest Service Road 28N03 near Antelope Lake; southeast on Forest Service Road 28N03 to Forest Service Road 26N16 at Doyle Crossing; east on Forest Service Road 26N16 to County Road 336 near the Plumas-Lassen county line; north on County Road 336 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-6b shall open on the first Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 310.
    • (10) Zone X-7a.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Lassen, Nevada, Plumas and Sierra counties lying within a line beginning at the junction of Highway 395 and the California-Nevada state line at Bordertown; south along the Long Valley Road (County Road S570) to its intersection with the Henness Pass Road (County Road S860); west on Henness Pass Road over Summit 2 to the intersection with County Road S450 (near Davies Creek at Stampede Reservoir); west on County Road S450 (the Henness Pass Road) through Kyburz Flat to its intersection with Highway 89; south on Highway 89 to its intersection with Interstate 80 at Truckee; west on Interstate 80 to the Pacific Crest Trail near the Castle Peak-Boreal Ridge Summit; north on the Pacific Crest Trail to the new road to White Rock Lake (one mile west of White Rock Lake in section 21, T18N, R14E, M.D.B.M.); north on the new White Rock Lake Road below Bear Valley to the White Rock Lake Road; north on the White Rock Lake Road to the Jackson Meadows Highway (Fiberboard Road); east two miles on the Jackson Meadows Highway to the Yuba Pass Road at Webber Lake; north on the Yuba Pass Road (main haul road) through Bonta Saddle to Highway 49 at Yuba Pass; west on Highway 49 to the new Gold Lake Road at Bassetts; north on the new Gold Lake Road to Highway 89 near Graeagle; north on Highway 89 to Highway 70; east on Highway 70 to Highway 395 at Hallelujah Junction; south on Highway 395 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-7a shall open on the first Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 220.
    • (11) Zone X-7b.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Nevada, Placer and Sierra counties lying within a line beginning at the junction of Highway 395 and the California-Nevada state line at Bordertown; south along the California-Nevada state line to the shore of Lake Tahoe; west and south along the shore of Lake Tahoe to the mouth of Blackwood Creek near Idlewild; west on Blackwood Creek to Highway 89; north on Highway 89 to Blackwood Canyon Road; Blackwood Canyon Road near Idlewild; west along Blackwood Canyon Road to Forest Route 03; west and south along Forest Route 03 to the Pacific Crest Trail at Barker Pass; north on the Pacific Crest Trail to its intersection with Interstate 80 near the Castle Peak-Boreal Ridge Summit; east on Interstate 80 to its intersection with Highway 89 at Truckee; north on Highway 89 to County Road S450 (the Henness Pass Road, a.k.a. the Kyburz Flat Road); east on County Road S450 to its intersection with County Road S860 (continuation of Henness Pass Road) near Davies Creek at Stampede Reservoir; east on County Road S860, over Summit 2 to the junction with County Road S570 (the Long Valley Road); north on County Road S570 to Bordertown at the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-7b shall open on the first Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 130.
    • (12) Zone X-8.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Alpine and El Dorado counties within a line beginning at the junction of the California-Nevada state line and Highway 50; southeast along the California-Nevada state line to the Indian Springs Road, south to the Alpine-Mono County line; south along the Alpine-Mono county line to the Sierra crest; northwest along the Sierra crest to the intersection with the Pacific Crest Trail near Wolf Creek Pass; northwest along the Pacific Crest Trail to Highway 50 at Echo Summit; northeast on Highway 50 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-8 shall open on the fourth Saturday in September and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 220.
    • (13) Zone X-9a.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Fresno, Inyo, Madera and Mono counties within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 6 and the California-Nevada state line; south along Highway 6 to its junction with Highway 395; south along Highway 395 to its junction with Highway 168; west and south along Highway 168 to the North Lake Road turnoff; west along the North Lake Road and the Piute Pass Trail to the Sierra Crest (Inyo National Forest Boundary); north along the Inyo National Forest Boundary to the Deer Creek Trail; south and west along the Deer Creek Trail to the upper crossing of Deer Creek; west and south along Deer Creek to its confluence with Fish Creek; west along Fish Creek to its confluence with the middle fork of the San Joaquin River; north along the middle fork of the San Joaquin River to the junction of King Creek; west along King Creek to the junction of Ashley Creek; west along Ashley Creek to Ashley Lake; continue west along Ashley Creek to the junction of the Inyo National Forest boundary; north along the Inyo National Forest Boundary (the crest of the Ritter Range) to the Mono-Madera county line; north along the Mono-Madera county line to Mono-Tuolumne county line; north on the Mono-Tuolumne county line to the Virginia Lakes Trail (Entry Trail D-11); east along Virginia Lakes Trail to Virginia Lakes Road; east along Virginia Lakes Road to Highway 395; south along Highway 395 to Highway 167; east on Highway 167 to the California-Nevada state line; southeast on the California-Nevada state line to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-9a shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 24 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 650.
    • (14) Zone X-9b.
      • (A) Area: That portion of Inyo County within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 395 and Cottonwood Creek; northwest along Cottonwood Creek to the Horseshoe Meadow Road; south along the Horseshoe Meadow Road to the Cottonwood Pass Trail; west along the Cottonwood Pass Trail through Horseshoe Meadow to the Inyo-Tulare county line at Cottonwood Pass; north on the Inyo-Tulare and the Inyo-Fresno county lines to the Piute Pass Trail; east along the Piute Pass Trail to the North Lake Road; east and south on the North Lake Road to Highway 168; north and east on Highway 168 to Highway 395; south on Highway 395 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-9b shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 24 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 325.
    • (15) Zone X-9c.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Inyo and Mono counties within a line beginning at Highway 395 and the Kern-Inyo county line; north along Highway 395 to Highway 6; north on Highway 6 to the California-Nevada state line; southeast along the California-Nevada state line to Highway 127; south along Highway 127 to the Inyo-San Bernardino county line; west along the Inyo-San Bernardino county line to the Kern-Inyo county line; west along the Kern-Inyo county line to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-9c shall open on the third Saturday in October and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 325.
    • (16) Zone X-10.
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Kern, Tulare and Inyo counties within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 178 and the Doyle Ranch Road in the town of Onyx; north along the Doyle Ranch Road to the South Fork of the Kern River; north along the South Fork of the Kern River to the Chimney Meadow-Blackrock Station Road (Forest Road 21S03); northwest along the Chimney Meadow-Blackrock Station Road through Troy Meadows to the road’s end at the Inyo and Sequoia National Forest boundary near Blackrock Mountain; northwest along the Inyo and Sequoia National Forest boundary to the main Kern River; northwest along the main Kern River to the Sequoia National Park boundary; northeast along the Sequoia National Park boundary to the Inyo-Tulare county line; southeast along the Inyo-Tulare county line to the Cottonwood Pass Trail at Cottonwood Pass; east along the Cottonwood Pass Trail through Horseshoe Meadow to the Horseshoe Meadow Road; north along the Horseshoe Meadow Road to Cottonwood Creek; southeast along Cottonwood Creek to Highway 395; south along Highway 395 to Highway 14; south along Highway 14 to Highway 178; north and west along Highway 178 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-10 shall open on the last Saturday in September and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (See subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 400.
    • (17) Zone X-12.
      • (A) Area: That portion of Mono County within a line beginning at the junction of the California-Nevada state line and Highway 167 (Pole Line Road); west on Highway 167 to Highway 395; north on Highway 395 to Virginia Lakes Road; west on Virginia Lakes Road to the Virginia Lakes Trail (Entry Trail D11); northwest on the Virginia Lakes Trail to the Mono-Tuolumne county line; north along the Mono-Tuolumne county line to the Mono-Alpine county line; northeast along the Mono-Alpine county line to Indian Springs Road; northeast on Indian Springs Road to the California-Nevada state line; southeast on the California-Nevada state line to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season in Zone X-12 shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 24 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 680.
  • (c) Additional Hunts.
    • (1) G-1 (Late Season Buck Hunt for Zone C-4).
      • (A) Area: Those portions of Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Plumas, Shasta, and Tehama counties within the area described as Zone C-4 (see subsection 360(a)(3)(A)4.).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-1 (Late Season Buck Hunt for Zone C-4) shall open on the fourth Saturday in October and extend for 9 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 2,710.
    • (2) G-3 (Goodale Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In that portion of Inyo County within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 395 and Lone Pine Creek; west along Lone Pine Creek to the Inyo-Tulare county line; northwest along the Inyo-Tulare and Inyo-Fresno county lines to Taboose Creek; east along Taboose Creek to Highway 395; south along Highway 395 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-3 (Goodale Buck Hunt) shall open on the first Saturday in December and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 35.
    • (3) G-6 (Kern River Deer Herd Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Kern and Tulare counties lying within a line beginning at the intersection of County Road 521 and County Road 495 at Kernville; south on County Road 495 to the intersection of Highway 155 at Wofford Heights; west on Highway 155 to the intersection of U.S. Forest Service Road 24S15 at Greenhorn Summit; north on U.S. Forest Service Road 24S15 to the intersection of U.S. Forest Service Road 23S16 (near Portuguese Pass); northeast on U.S. Forest Service Road 23S16 to County Road SM50; west on County Road SM50 to the intersection of the Western Divide Highway (County Road SM107); north on County Road SM107 to the junction of U.S. Forest Service Road 21S50 (near Quaking Aspen Campground); north on U.S. Forest Service Road 21S50 to the junction of U.S. Forest Service Road 20S79; northeast on U.S. Forest Service Road 20S79 to the junction of U.S. Forest Service Road 20S53; northeast on U.S. Forest Service Road 20S53 to the Golden Trout Wilderness boundary (at Lewis Camp Trail Head); east on the Golden Trout Wilderness Boundary to Rattlesnake Creek; southeast on Rattlesnake Creek to U.S. Forest Service Road 22S05; south on U.S. Forest Service Road 22S05 to the Dome Land Wilderness Boundary; southwest on the Dome Land Wilderness Boundary to the intersection of the South Fork of the Kern River; south along the South Fork of the Kern River to the intersection of County Road 521; west on County Road 521 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-6 (Kern River Deer Herd Buck Hunt) shall open on the first Saturday in December and extend for 9 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 50.
    • (4) G-7 (Beale Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Yuba County lying within the exterior boundaries of Beale Air Force Base.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-7 (Beale Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 79 consecutive days, except if rescheduled by the Commanding Officer with Department concurrence between the season opener and December 31.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 20 (military only).
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only shotguns with single slugs or muzzleloading rifles, crossbows, and archery equipment as specified in sections 353 and 354 may be used.
        • 2. In the event the Commanding Officer cancels the hunt, G-7 tagholders may exchange the unused tag for any remaining deer tag and have accumulated and earned preference points restored pursuant to Section 708.14.
    • (5) G-8 (Fort Hunter Liggett Antlerless Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Monterey County lying within the exterior boundaries of the Hunter Liggett Military Reservation, except as restricted by the Commanding Officer.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-8 (Fort Hunter Liggett Antlerless Deer Hunt) shall open on October 5 and extend for 2 consecutive days and reopen on October 12 and extend for 3 consecutive days, except if rescheduled by the Commanding Officer with Department concurrence between the season opener and December 31.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One antlerless deer (see subsection 351(b)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 20 (10 military and 10 general public).
      • (E) Special Conditions: In the event the Commanding Officer cancels the hunt, G-8 tagholders may exchange the unused tag for any remaining deer tag and have accumulated and earned preference points restored pursuant to Section 708.14.
    • (6) G-9 (Camp Roberts Antlerless Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of San Luis Obispo County lying within the exterior boundaries of Camp Roberts, except as restricted by the Commanding Officer.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-9 (Camp Roberts Antlerless Deer Hunt) shall open the last Monday in August and extend for 8 consecutive days, except if rescheduled by the Commanding Officer with Department concurrence between the season opener and December 31.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One antlerless deer (see subsection 351(b)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 0.
      • (E) Special Conditions: In the event the Commanding Officer cancels the hunt, G-9 tagholders may exchange the unused tag for any remaining deer tag and have accumulated and earned preference points restored pursuant to Section 708.14.
    • (7) G-10 (Camp Pendleton Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of San Diego County lying within the exterior boundaries of the U.S. Marine Corps Base, Camp Joseph Pendleton.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-10 (Camp Pendleton Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall be open on Saturdays, Sundays, holidays and the day after Thanksgiving beginning the first Saturday in September and extend through the first Sunday in December. Season dates may be subject to further restriction, or additional hunt days scheduled with concurrence from the Department, between the season opener and December 31 by the Commanding Officer due to military operations.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 400 (military only).
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only archery equipment is permitted during the first six weeks of the season.
        • 2. Hunting with firearms is permitted beginning on the seventh weekend through the end of season.
        • 3. A permit fee and method of take registration with the Base may be required.
        • 4. In the event the Commanding Officer cancels the hunt, G-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.
    • (8) G-11 (Vandenberg Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Santa Barbara County lying within the exterior boundaries of Vandenberg Air Force Base.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-11 (Vandenberg Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the last Monday in August and extend through December 31.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 500 (military, Department of Defense employees, and personnel authorized by the Installation Commander only).
      • (E) Special Conditions: In the event the Commanding Officer cancels the hunt, G-11 tagholders may exchange the unused tag for any remaining deer tag and have accumulated and earned preference points restored pursuant to Section 708.14.
    • (9) G-12 (Gray Lodge Shotgun Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: Those portions of Butte and Sutter counties within the exterior boundaries of the Gray Lodge State Wildlife Area.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-12 (Gray Lodge Shotgun Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for nine consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 30.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Only shotguns and ammunition as specified in Section 353 may be used.
    • (10) G-13 (San Diego Antlerless Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of San Diego County within Zone D-16 (see subsection 360(a)(15)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-13 (San Diego Antlerless Deer Hunt) shall open on the fourth Saturday in October and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One antlerless deer (see subsection 351(b)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 300.
    • (11) G-19 (Sutter-Yuba Wildlife Areas Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: Those portions of Yuba and Sutter counties within the exterior boundaries of: (1) the Feather River Wildlife Area, and (2) the Sutter Bypass Wildlife Area (as defined in Section 550, Title 14, CCR).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-19 (Sutter-Yuba Wildlife Areas Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the fourth Saturday in September and extend through December 31.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 25.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Only archery equipment and crossbows (as specified in Section 354) and shotguns and ammunition (as specified in Section 353) may be used.
    • (12) G-21 (Ventana Wilderness Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Monterey County and the Los Padres National Forest within the exterior boundaries of the Ventana Wilderness Area.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-21 (Ventana Wilderness Buck Hunt) shall open on the second Saturday in November and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 25.
    • (13) G-37 (Anderson Flat Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In that portion of hunt Zone D-6 in Mariposa and Tuolumne counties lying within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 140 and Bull Creek Road at Briceburg; north on Bull Creek Road (U.S. Forest Service Road 2S05) to Greeley Hill Road; west on Greeley Hill Road to Smith Station Road (County Route J20); north on Smith Station Road to Highway 120 (near Burch Meadow); east on Highway 120 to the Yosemite National Park Boundary (near Big Oak-Flat Ranger Station); southeast along the Yosemite National Park Boundary to Highway 140; west on Highway 140 to the Yosemite National Park Boundary; northwest along the Yosemite National Park Boundary to Highway 140 (at Redbud Campground); west on Highway 140 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-37 (Anderson Flat Buck Hunt) shall open on the fourth Saturday in November and extend for nine consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 25.
    • (14) G-38 (X-10 Late Season Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Kern, Tulare, and Inyo counties within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 178 and the Doyle Ranch Road in the town of Onyx; north along the Doyle Ranch Road to the South Fork of the Kern River; north along the South Fork of the Kern River to the Chimney Meadow-Blackrock Station Road (Forest Road 21S03); northwest along the Chimney Meadow-Blackrock Station Road through Troy Meadows to the road’s end at the Inyo and Sequoia National Forest boundary near Blackrock Mountain; northwest along the Inyo and Sequoia National Forest boundary to the main Kern River; northwest along the main Kern River to the Sequoia National Park boundary; northeast along the Sequoia National Park boundary to the Inyo-Tulare county line; southeast along the Inyo-Tulare county line to the Cottonwood Pass Trail at Cottonwood Pass; east along the Cottonwood Pass Trail through Horseshoe Meadow to the Horseshoe Meadow Road; north along the Horseshoe Meadow Road to Cottonwood Creek; southeast along Cottonwood Creek to Highway 395; south along Highway 395 to Highway 14; south along Highway 14 to Highway 178; north and west along Highway 178 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-38 (X-10 Late Season Buck Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 300.
    • (15) G-39 (Round Valley Late Season Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In that portion of Inyo and Mono counties within a line beginning at the intersection of U.S. Highway 395 and California Highway 168; west and south along Highway 168 to the North Lake Road turnoff; west along the North Lake Road and the Piute Pass Trail to the Inyo-Fresno county line; north along the Inyo-Fresno county line to the Mono-Fresno county line; north along the Mono-Fresno and Mono-Madera county lines to the junction of the Mono-Madera county line and California Highway 203 at Minaret Summit; southeast along Highway 203 to its junction with Highway 395; south along Highway 395 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt G-39 (Round Valley Late Season Buck Hunt) shall open on the fourth Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 5.
    • (16) M-3 (Doyle Muzzleloading Rifle Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Lassen County within the area described as X-6b (see subsection 360(b)(9)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt M-3 (Doyle Muzzleloading Rifle Buck Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in November and extend for nine consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 20.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Only muzzleloading rifles as specified in Section 353 may be used.
    • (17) M-4 (Horse Lake Muzzleloading Rifle Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Lassen County within the area described as X5a (see subsection 360(b)(6)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt M-4 (Horse Lake Muzzleloading Rifle Buck Hunt) shall open on the fourth Saturday in October and extend for nine consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 10.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Only muzzleloading rifles as specified in Section 353 may be used.
    • (18) M-5 (East Lassen Muzzleloading Rifle Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Lassen County within the area described as X-5b (see subsection 360(b)(7)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt M-5 (East Lassen Muzzleloading Rifle Buck Hunt) shall open on the fourth Saturday in October and extend for nine consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 5.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Only muzzleloading rifles as specified in Section 353 may be used.
    • (19) M-6 (San Diego Muzzleloading Rifle Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of San Diego County within Zone D-16 (see subsection 360(a)(15)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt M-6 (San Diego Muzzleloading Rifle Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in December and extend through December 31.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 80.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Only muzzleloading rifles as specified in Section 353 may be used.
    • (20) M-7 (Ventura Muzzleloading Rifle Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: All of Ventura County.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt M-7 (Ventura Muzzleloading Rifle Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the last Saturday in November and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 150.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Only muzzleloading rifles as specified in Section 353 may be used.
    • (21) M-8 (Bass Hill Muzzleloading Rifle Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Lassen County within the area described as Zone X-6a (see subsection 360(b)(8)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt M-8 (Bass Hill Muzzleloading Rifle Buck) shall open on the fourth Saturday in October and extend for 9 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 20.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Only muzzleloading rifles as specified in Section 353 may be used.
    • (22) M-9 (Devil’s Garden Muzzleloading Rifle Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Modoc County within a line beginning at the intersection of the Malin Road (Modoc County 114) and the California/Oregon state line; east along the state line to the Crowder Flat Road; south along the Crowder Flat Road to the Blue Mountain Road (Modoc County 136); west on the Blue Mountain Road to the Blue Mountain-Mowitz Butte-Ambrose
        Road; south on the Blue Mountain-Mowitz Butte-Ambrose Road to Highway 139; north on Highway 139 to the Malin Road; north on the Malin Road to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt M-9 (Devil’s Garden Muzzleloading Rifle Buck Hunt) shall open on the fourth Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 15.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Only muzzleloading rifles as specified in Section 353 may be used.
    • (23) M-11 (Northwestern California Muzzleloading Rifle Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: Those portions of Del Norte, Glenn, Humboldt, Lake, Mendocino, Siskiyou, and Trinity counties within the area described as Zone B-1 (see subsection 360(a)(2)(A)1.).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt M-11 (Northwestern California Muzzleloading Rifle Buck Hunt) shall open on the second Saturday in November and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 20.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Only muzzleloading rifles as specified in Section 353 may be used.
    • (24) MA-1 (San Luis Obispo Muzzleloading Rifle/Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of San Luis Obispo County lying within the Los Padres National Forest.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt MA-1 (San Luis Obispo Muzzleloading Rifle/Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open the last Saturday in November and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 150.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Only archery equipment as specified in Section 354 or muzzleloading rifles as specified in Section 353 may be used.
    • (25) MA-3 (Santa Barbara Muzzleloading Rifle/Archery Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: All of Santa Barbara County.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt MA-3 (Santa Barbara Muzzleloading Rifle/Archery Buck Hunt) shall open on the last Saturday in November and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 150.
      • (E) Special Conditions: Only muzzleloading rifles as specified in Section 353 and archery equipment as specified in Section 354 may be used.
    • (26) J-1 (Lake Sonoma Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Sonoma County within the boundaries of the Lake Sonoma Area, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (COE) property described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of Hot Springs Road and the COE boundary; east and south along the boundary line to the intersection with Brush Creek; west along the north bank of Brush Creek (shoreline) to the Dry Creek arm of Lake Sonoma; south along the shoreline of the Dry Creek arm to Smittle Creek; north along the COE property line to Dry Creek; east along the COE boundary across Cherry Creek, Skunk Creek, and Yorty Creek to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-1 (Lake Sonoma Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the first Saturday in November and extend for two consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 25.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
        • 3. Tagholders shall attend an orientation meeting the day before the opening day of the season.
        • 4. The use of dogs is prohibited.
        • 5. Boats are required for all areas west of Cherry Creek (2/3 of the hunt area). Only cartop boats are allowed to launch from the Yorty Creek access.
    • (27) J-3 (Tehama Wildlife Area Apprentice Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Tehama County within the boundaries of the Tehama Wildlife Area.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-3 (Tehama Wildlife Area Apprentice Buck Hunt) shall open on the last Saturday in November and extend for 2 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 15.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
        • 3. Tagholders shall attend an orientation meeting the day before the opening day of the season.
    • (28) J-4 (Shasta-Trinity Apprentice Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Shasta and Trinity counties beginning at the junction of Highway 3 and Highway 299 in Weaverville; north on Highway 3 to the East Side Road at the north end of Trinity Lake; east on the East Side Road to Dog Creek Road; east on Dog Creek Road to Interstate 5 at Vollmers; south on Interstate 5 to Shasta Lake; south along the west shore of Shasta Lake to Shasta Dam; south along Shasta Dam along the Sacramento River to Keswick Dam Road; west on Keswick Dam Road to Rock Creek Road; south on Rock Creek Road to Highway 299; west on Highway 299 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-4 (Shasta-Trinity Apprentice Buck Hunt) shall open on the fourth Saturday in November and extend for nine consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 15.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (29) J-7 (Carson River Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Alpine County within the area described as Zone X-8 (see subsection 360 (b)(12)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-7 (Carson River Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the first Saturday following the closure of the X-8 general season (see subsection 360(b)(12)(B)) and extend for 9 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 15.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (30) J-8 (Daugherty Hill Wildlife Area Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Yuba County within the exterior boundaries of the Daugherty Hill Wildlife Area (as defined in Section 550, Title 14, CCR).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-8 (Daugherty Hill Wildlife Area Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the first Saturday in December and extend through December 31.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 15.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (31) J-9 (Little Dry Creek Apprentice Shotgun Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Butte County within the exterior boundaries of the Little Dry Creek Unit Upper Butte Basin Wildlife Area (as defined in Section 550).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-9 (Little Dry Creek Apprentice Shotgun Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 9 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)), per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 5.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
        • 3. Tagholders shall attend an orientation meeting the day before the opening day of the season.
        • 4. Only shotguns and ammunition as specified in Section 353 may be used.
    • (32) J-10 (Fort Hunter Liggett Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Monterey County lying within the exterior boundaries of the Fort Hunter Liggett Military Reservation, except as restricted by the Commanding Officer.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-10 (Fort Hunter Liggett Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on October 5 and extend for 2 consecutive days and reopen October 12 and extend for 3 consecutive days, except if rescheduled by the Commanding Officer with Department concurrence between the season opener and December 31.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 85 (20 military and 65 general public).
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
        • 3. Tagholders shall attend an orientation meeting the day before the opening day of the season.
        • 4. In the event the Commanding 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.
    • (33) J-11 (San Bernardino Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Zone D-14 within San Bernardino County (see subsection 360(a)(13)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-11 (San Bernardino Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in November and extend for 9 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 40.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (34) J-12 (Round Valley Apprentice Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In that portion of Inyo and Mono counties within a line beginning at the intersection of U.S. Highway 395 and California Highway 168; west and south along Highway 168 to the North Lake Road turnoff; west along the North Lake Road and the Piute Pass Trail to the Inyo-Fresno county line; north along the Inyo-Fresno county line to the Mono-Fresno county line; north along the Mono-Fresno and Mono-Madera county lines to the junction of the Mono-Madera county line and California Highway 203 at Minaret Summit; southeast along Highway 203 to its junction with Highway 395; south along Highway 395 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-12 (Round Valley Apprentice Buck Hunt) shall open on the first Saturday in December and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 10.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (35) J-13 (Los Angeles Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In that portion of Los Angeles County within Zone D-11 (see subsection 360(a)(10)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-13 (Los Angeles Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in November and extend for 9 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 40.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (36) J-14 (Riverside Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In that portion of Riverside County within Zone D-19 (see subsection 360(a)(17)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-14 (Riverside Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in November and extend for 9 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 30.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (37) J-15 (Anderson Flat Apprentice Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In that portion of Zone D-6 in Mariposa and Tuolumne counties lying within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 140 and Bull Creek Road at Briceburg; north on Bull Creek Road (U.S. Forest Service Road 2S05) to Greeley Hill Road; west on Greeley Hill Road to Smith Station Road (County Route J20); north on Smith Station Road to Highway 120 (near Burch Meadow); east on Highway 120 to the Yosemite National Park Boundary (near Big Oak-Flat Ranger Station); southeast along the Yosemite National Park Boundary to Highway 140; west on Highway 140 to the Yosemite National Park Boundary; northwest along the Yosemite National Park Boundary to Highway 140 (at Redbud Campground); west on Highway 140 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-15 (Anderson Flat Apprentice Buck Hunt) shall open on the fourth Saturday in November and extend for nine consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 10.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (38) J-16 (Bucks Mountain-Nevada City Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: Excluding Butte, Colusa and Glenn Counties, in those portions of Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sierra, Sutter and Yuba Counties within the area described as zone D-3 (see subsection 360(a)(4)(A)1.).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-16 (Bucks Mountain-Nevada City Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall be concurrent with the zone D-3 general season as defined in subsection 360(a)(4)(B).
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 75.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (39) J-17 (Blue Canyon Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: Excluding Colusa County, in those portions of Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba Counties within the area described as zone D-4 (see subsection 360(a)(4)(A)2.).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-17 (Blue Canyon Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall be concurrent with the zone D-4 general season as defined in subsection 360(a)(4)(B).
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 25.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (40) J-18 (Pacific-Grizzly Flat Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: Excluding Amador, Calaveras and Tuolumne Counties, in those portions of Alpine, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin, and Stanislaus counties within the area described as zone D-5 (see subsection 360(a)(4)(A)3.).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-18 (Pacific-Grizzly Flat Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall be concurrent with the zone D-5 general season as defined in subsection 360(a)(4)(B).
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 75.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (41) J-19 (Zone X-7a Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Lassen, Nevada, Plumas and Sierra Counties within the area described as zone X-7a (see subsection 360(b)(10)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-19 (Zone X-7a Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall be concurrent with the zone X-7a general season as defined in subsection 360(b)(10)(B).
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 25.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (42) J-20 (Zone X-7b Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Nevada, Placer and Sierra Counties within the area described as zone X-7b (see subsection 360(b)(11)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-20 (Zone X-7b Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall be concurrent with the zone X-7b general season as described in subsection 360(b)(11)(B).
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 20.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (43) J-21 (East Tehama Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt.)
      • (A) Area: In that portion of Tehama County within the area described as zone C-4 (see subsection 360(a)(3)(A)4.).
      • (B) Season: The season for additional hunt J-21 (East Tehama Apprentice Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in September and extend for 44 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 50.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. Only junior license holders shall apply.
        • 2. Tagholders shall be accompanied by an adult chaperon 18 years of age or older while hunting.
    • (44) Conditions for Additional Hunts.
      • (A) When hunting on military reservations or private lands, hunters shall have in their possession a written permit signed by the landowner, which may specify where and when the permittee may hunt.
      • (B) When required, tagholders shall check in and check out of designated check stations.
  • (d) Fund-raising License Tags.
    Fund-raising license tags (Golden Opportunity and Open Zone) for the taking of buck deer (as defined in subsection 351(a)) shall be offered for sale to raise funds for the management of deer through the Big Game Management Account. The department may conduct a random drawing to distribute fund-raising tags. Any resident or nonresident is eligible to purchase a fund-raising license tag. A fund-raising license tag distributed through a department random drawing does not include the fee for processing and issuing a hunting license. The sale price of a fund-raising license tag includes the fees for deer tag applications and for processing and issuing a hunting license. The purchasers shall be issued a hunting license and fund-raising license tags only after meeting the hunter education requirements for a hunting license.

    • (1) Golden Opportunity Tag.
      • (A) Area: Golden Opportunity tags shall be valid statewide.
      • (B) Season: Golden Opportunity tags shall be valid beginning on the second Saturday in July and extend through December 31.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 5.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. The holder of a Golden Opportunity tag may take deer using methods authorized in sections 353 and 354.
        • 2. Fund-raising license tagholders who receive a deer tag pursuant to Sections 708.1 through 708.3 shall be allowed to exchange that tag under the provisions of subsection 708.4. Tagholders shall not be entitled to obtain more than two (2) deer tags as described in subsection 708.1(a)(1).
        • 3. Tagholders shall report to the Assistant Chief, Law Enforcement Division at the appropriate Department of Fish and Game Regional Headquarters prior to hunting as to the time and area they intend to hunt.
    • (2) Open Zone Tag.
      • (A) Area: Open Zone tags shall be valid in the areas as described in sections 360 and 361.
      • (B) Season: Open Zone tags shall be valid during the authorized seasons described in sections 360 and 361.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 5.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. The holder of an Open Zone tag shall meet any special conditions and take deer using the method of take described in sections 360 and 361.
          2. Fund-raising license tagholders who receive a deer tag pursuant to Sections 708.1 through 708.3 shall be allowed to exchange that tag under the provisions of subsection 708.4. Tagholders shall not be entitled to obtain more than two (2) deer tags as described in subsection 708.1(a)(1).
          3. Tagholders shall report to the Assistant Chief, Law Enforcement Division at the appropriate Department of Fish and Game Regional Headquarters prior to hunting as to the time and area they intend to hunt.

Amendment filed 6/25/13; effective 7/1/13.

§361. Archery Deer Hunts.

  • (a) Archery Hunting With General Deer Zone Tags.
    Deer may be taken during the archery season only with archery equipment specified in Section 354 as follows:

    • (1) Zone A.
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(a)(1)(A)1. through 2.
      • (B) Season: The archery deer season in Zone A-South Unit 110 and Zone A-North Unit 160 shall open on the second Saturday in July and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
    • (2) B Zones.
      • (A) Zones B-1 through B-3, B-5 and B-6.
        • 1. Area: As described in subsection 360(a)(2)(A).
        • 2. Season: The archery deer season in Zones B-1 through B-3, B-5 and B-6 shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
        • 3. Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (B) Zone B-4.
        • 1. Area: As described in subsection 360(a)(2)(A)4.
        • 2. Season: The archery deer season in Zone B-4 shall open on the fourth Saturday in July and extend for 23 consecutive days.
    • (3) C Zones (Note: see subsection 361(b) below for area-specific archery hunt A-1 (C Zones Archery Only Hunt)).
    • (4) D Zones.
      • (A) Zones D-3 through D-5.
        • 1. Area: As described in subsection 360(a)(4)(A)1. through 3.
        • 2. Season: The archery season in Zones D-3, D-4, and D-5 shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 days.
        • 3. Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
        • 4. Special Conditions: Hunters that possess a Zone D-3-5 tag may hunt in zones D-3, D-4, and D-5.
      • (B) Zones D-6 through D-10.
        • 1. Area: As described in subsection 360(a)(5)(A) through (9)(A).
        • 2. Season: The archery season in zones D-6 through D-10 shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 days.
        • 3. Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (C) Zones D-11, D-13 and D-15.
        • 1. Area: As described in subsection 360(a)(10)(A), (12)(A) and (14)(A), respectively.
        • 2. Season: The archery season in Zones D-11, D-13 and D-15 shall open on the first Saturday in September and extend for 23 days.
        • 3. Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
        • 4. Special Conditions: Hunters that possess a D-11, D-13, or D-15 tag may hunt in any, or all three of those zones.
      • (D) Zone D-12.
        • 1. Area: As described in subsection 360(a)(11)(A).
        • 2. Season: The archery season in Zone D-12 shall open on the first Saturday in October and extend for 23 consecutive days.
        • 3. Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (E) Zones D-14, D-16, D-17 and D-19.
        • 1. Area: As described in subsection 360(a)(13)(A), (15)(A), (16)(A) and (17)(A), respectively.
        • 2. Season: The archery season in zones D-14, D-16, D-17 and D-19 shall open on the first Saturday in September and extend for 23 consecutive days.
        • 3. Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
  • (b) Archery Hunting With Area-specific Archery Tags.
    Deer may be taken only with archery equipment specified in Section 354, only during the archery seasons as follows:

    • (1) A-1 (C Zones Archery Only Hunt).
      • (A) Area: Shall include all of Zones C-1, C-2, C-3, and C-4 as described in subsections 360(a)(3)(A)1. through 4.
      • (B) Season:
        • 1. Zone C-1. The archery season for Zone C-1 shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 16 consecutive days.
        • 2. Zone C-2. The archery season for Zone C-2 shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
        • 3. Zone C-3. The archery season for Zone C-3 shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
        • 4. Zone C-4. The archery season for Zone C-4 shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 1,945. A-1 (C Zones Archery Only Hunt) tags are valid in Zones C-1, C-2, C-3, and C-4 only during the archery season as specified above in subsections 361(b)(1)(B)1. through 4.
    • (2) A-3 (Zone X-1 Archery Hunt)
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(1)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-3 (Zone X-1 Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 135.
    • (3) A-4 (Zone X-2 Archery Hunt)
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(2)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-4 (Zone X-2 Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 10.
    • (4) A-5 (Zone X-3a Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(3)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-5 (Zone X-3a Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 25.
    • (5) A-6 (Zone X-3b Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(4)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-6 (Zone X-3b Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 90.
    • (6) A-7 (Zone X-4 Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(5)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-7 (Zone X-4 Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 110.
    • (7) A-8 (Zone X-5a Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(6)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-8 (Zone X-5a Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 15.
    • (8) A-9 (Zone X-5b Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(7)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-9 (Zone X-5b Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 5.
    • (9) A-11 (Zone X-6a Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(8)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-11 (Zone X-6a Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 50.
    • (10) A-12 (Zone X-6b Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(9)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-12 (Zone X-6b Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 100.
    • (11) A-13 (Zone X-7a Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(10)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-13 (Zone X-7a Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 45.
    • (12) A-14 (Zone X-7b Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(11)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-14 (Zone X-7b Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 25.
    • (13) A-15 (Zone X-8 Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(12)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-15 (Zone X-8 Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags 40.
    • (14) A-16 (Zone X-9a Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(13)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-16 (Zone X-9a Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 140.
    • (15) A-17 (Zone X-9b Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(14)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-17 (Zone X-9b Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 300.
    • (16) A-18 (Zone X-9c Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(15)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-18 (Zone X-9c Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 350.
    • (17) A-19 (Zone X-10 Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(16)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-19 (Zone X-10 Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 100.
    • (18) A-20 (Zone X-12 Archery Hunt).
      • (A) Area: As described in subsection 360(b)(17)(A).
      • (B) Season: The archery season for hunt A-20 (Zone X-12 Archery Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in August and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 100.
    • (19) A-21 (Anderson Flat Archery Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In that portion of hunt Zone D-6 in Mariposa and Tuolumne counties lying within a line beginning at the intersection of Highway 140 and Bull Creek Road at Briceburg; north on Bull Creek Road (U.S. Forest Service Road 2S05) to Greeley Hill Road; west on Greeley Hill Road to Smith Station Road (County Route J20); north on Smith Station Road to Highway 120 (near Burch Meadow); east on Highway 120 to the Yosemite National Park Boundary (near Big Oak-Flat Ranger Station); southeast along the Yosemite National Park Boundary to Highway 140; west on Highway 140 to the Yosemite National Park Boundary; northwest along the Yosemite National Park Boundary to Highway 140 (at Redbud Campground); west on Highway 140 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for hunt A-21 (Anderson Flat Archery Buck Hunt) shall open on the second Saturday in November and extend for 14 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 25.
    • (20) A-22 (San Diego Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of San Diego County within Zone D-16 (see subsection 360(a)(15)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for hunt A-22 (San Diego Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the first Saturday in September and extend for 44 consecutive days, and reopen on the third Saturday in November and extend through December 31.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 1,000.
    • (21) A-24 (Monterey Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: All of Monterey County, except Fort Ord Military Reservation.
      • (B) Season: The season for hunt A-24 (Monterey Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the second Saturday in October and extend for 30 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 100.
    • (22) A-25 (Lake Sonoma Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Sonoma County within the boundaries of the Lake Sonoma Area, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (COE) property described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of Hot Springs Road and the COE boundary; east and south along the boundary line to the intersection with Brush Creek; west along the north bank of Brush Creek (shoreline) to the Dry Creek arm of Lake Sonoma; south along the shoreline of the Dry Creek arm to Smittle Creek; north along the COE property line to Dry Creek; east along the COE boundary across Cherry Creek, Skunk Creek, and Yorty Creek to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for hunt A-25 (Lake Sonoma Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall be open on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays only, beginning on the first Saturday in October and extending for 24 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 35.
      • (E) Special Conditions:
        • 1. The use of dogs is prohibited.
        • 2. Boats are required for all areas west of Cherry Creek (some 2/3 of the hunt area). Only cartop boats are allowed to launch from the Yorty Creek access.
    • (23) A-26 (Bass Hill Archery Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Lassen County within the area described as Zone X-6a (see subsection 360(b)(8)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for hunt A-26 (Bass Hill Archery Buck Hunt) shall open on the third Saturday in November and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 30.
    • (24) A-27 (Devil’s Garden Archery Buck Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Modoc County within a line beginning at the intersection of the Malin Road (Modoc County 114) and the California/Oregon state line; east along the state line to the Crowder Flat Road; south along the Crowder Flat Road to the Blue Mountain Road (Modoc County 136); west on the Blue Mountain Road to the Blue Mountain-Mowitz Butte-Ambrose Road; south on the Blue Mountain-Mowitz Butte-Ambrose Road to Highway 139; north on Highway 139 to the Malin Road; north on the Malin Road to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for hunt A-27 (Devil’s Garden Archery Buck Hunt) shall open on the fourth Saturday in October and extend for 16 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 5.
    • (25) A-30 (Covelo Archery Buck Hunt).
      • (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 on the Mendocino-Tehama county line to the Mendocino-Glenn county line; south on the Mendocino-Glenn county line to the Mendocino-Lake county line; west and south on the Mendocino-Lake county line to the Main Eel River; west and north on the Main Eel River to the Hearst-Willits Road; southwest on the Hearst-Willits Road to Commercial Avenue; west on Commercial Avenue to Highway 101; north on Highway 101 to the point of beginning.
      • (B) Season: The season for hunt A-30 (Covelo Archery Buck Hunt) shall open on the second Saturday in November and extend for sixteen consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One buck, forked horn (see subsection 351(a)) or better, per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 40.
    • (26) A-31 (Los Angeles Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Los Angeles County within Zone D-11 (see subsection 360(a)(10)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for hunt A-31 (Los Angeles Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the fourth Saturday in September and extend through December 31.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(b)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 1,000.
    • (27) A-32 (Ventura/Los Angeles Late Season Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: In those portions of Los Angeles and Ventura counties within the area described as the A Zone (see subsection 360(a)(1)(A)).
      • (B) Season: The season for hunt A-32 (Ventura/Los Angeles Late Season Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall open on the second Saturday in November and extend for 23 consecutive days.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(b)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 250.
    • (28) A-33 (Fort Hunter Liggett Late Season Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt).
      • (A) Area: That portion of Monterey County lying within the exterior boundaries of the Hunter Liggett Military Reservation, except as restricted by the Commanding Officer.
      • (B) Season: The season for hunt A-33 (Fort Hunter Liggett Late Season Archery Either-Sex Deer Hunt) shall be open beginning the first Saturday in October and continuing through November 11, except if rescheduled by the Commanding Officer with Department concurrence between the season opener and December 31.
      • (C) Bag and Possession Limit: One either-sex deer (see subsection 351(c)) per tag.
      • (D) Number of Tags: 50 (25 military and 25 general public).
      • (E) Special Conditions: In the event the Commanding Officer cancels the hunt, A-33 tagholders may exchange the unused tag for any remaining deer tag and have accumulated and earned preference points restored pursuant to Section 708.14 for tags issued through the Big Game Drawing.
  • (c) Archery Hunting with Archery Only Tags.
    Deer may be taken only with archery equipment specified in Section 354, during the archery seasons and general seasons as follows:

    • (1) Number of Archery Only Tags Permitted. A person may obtain an archery only tag using a one-deer tag application and a second archery only tag using a second deer tag application.
    • (2) Zones in Which Archery Only Tags are Valid. An archery only tag is valid for hunt G-10, and during the archery season and general season in all zones except C-1 through C-4 and X-1 through X-12.
    • (3) Areas: As described in subsections 360(a) and (c).
    • (4) Seasons: The archery season and general seasons are provided in subsection 361(a) above and in subsections 360(a) and (c).
    • (5) Bag and Possession Limit: All bag and possession limits per zone are the same as those described in subsections 360(a) and (c).
  • (d) Hunting Area Limitations. Archers not in possession of an archery only tag may hunt only in the zone, zones, or areas for which they have a general tag or an area-specific archery tag. (Refer to subsection 361(c)(2) for zones in which archery only tags are valid).
  • (e) Crossbow Prohibition. Except as provided in subsection 354(j), crossbows may not be used during any archery season or during the general season when using an archery only tag.

Amendment filed 6/25/13; effective 7/1/13.

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