Here, we fetch up opportunities to hunt waterfowl for California hunting ladies.
On the second Saturday of the waterfowl season (October 12th, 2013), there are special waterfowl hunts for ladies at the Lower Klamath NWR and Tule Lake NWR from 1:00 pm to the end of State regulated shoot time. Contact the hunt program coordinator if you are a lady and do not have equipment or experience, and they will put you in contact with a guide or volunteer who would be more than happy to assist you, Refuge Headquarters (530) 667-2231. (Guides may charge a fee for services).
California Waterfowl Association
The California Waterfowl had a Women’s Hunt Program for 2016-2017. Click here for more information on the following events.
There are hunts at Grizzly Ranch and Denverton, CWA’s Hunting Heritage Centers. The hunts cost $150 and include food, losing, hunting guides, hunting gear, CDFW membership, and more. Guides will familiarize you with hunting regulations and gun safety. They’ll help you identify birds, call them in, and retrieval of downed birds. You can chose either the Grizzly Ranch hunt on the weekend of November 11 or the Denverton hunt on the weekend of January 6. If you’ve done these hunts more than twice, you cannot register.
There’s also a novice women’s hunts at three duck clubs, which are north of the Little Dry Creek closed zone in the Upper Butte Basin. They cost $300 and includes meals, lodging, CWA membership, and giveaways. On Friday, November 4, receive a full day of training, which includes instruction on shooting, bird identification, calling, and cleaning. The hunts take place on Sunday, November 6. To qualify, you must be at least 21 years old, hunted ducks no more than five times, and have your license, stamps, and validations.