Flynn Unit Opens for Hunting on March 22
The Sacramento River National Wildlife Refuge (Refuge) is opening an additional 492 acres on the Flynn Unit for hunting beginning March 22, 2014, to kick off the start of the junior spring turkey hunting season. The Flynn Unit is located in Tehama County just east of Gerber. Access to the Flynn Unit is by boat only and allowed from 2 hours before sunrise to 1.5 hours after sunset. The additional acres added to the existing hunt program on the Flynn Unit improve safety and the quality of the hunting experience by allowing more spacing between hunting groups.
The take of deer, turkeys, quail, waterfowl, coots, snipe, dove, and pheasants are allowed in accordance with the State of California, federal, and refuge-specific hunting regulations during the legal hunting seasons.
For a complete list of all units open to public uses, brochures, maps and refuge-specific hunting regulations visit our website at www.fws.gov/refuge/Sacramento_River.
Logo courtesy U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service