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Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by Berdnird, Sep 5, 2017.
I don't hunt there often, but I went last year, and I might go again this year.
i was at the Don Edwards Clean up and then attended the hunter meeting. I got there 15 minutes early and chatted with Melissa, i mentioned to her that I was sad i couldn't make to San Pablo meeting and then she realized it was a typo on the San Pablo NWR website!
Threw out my back pretty bad pulling my can yak out of a marsh Wednesday so I couldn't attend. Was anyone able to go?
Baylands project is going to be closed to hunting....forever. Endangered species are present there now that the marsh has filled in.
Dickson Ranch and Cullinan Ranch will be open to hunting beginning 2018/2019 on Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday. Boat in access only.
Hmmmm. Thanks for the report.
So, with navigateable water access it is still denied?
As Melissa told me a a year or so ago, the feds can essentially restrict access even in navigable waters when it pertains to endangered species or an area that has been designated environmentally sensitive that is considered a rehab area.
"Oh look a vernal pool" -California Tiger Salamander Biologists
She told me the same at last years meeting. I did work on the cullinan project on the last phase which involved placing dredge spoils in the "upland" area along the n/e corner along south slough.The Feds were not worried about slinging 4 or5 thousand yards of mud on there beloved harvest salt mouse.When they breeched the area it was a field day for the Hawks, truck loads of mice and snakes hanging on anything above water line. Sensitive area alright.