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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

2017 High Sierra Deer Hunting Maps and California Hunting Report, Hunting Clubs and Private Hunting Ranches

Wilderness California Deer Hunting, this is how you will get a Deer this year!

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Best Deer Hunting Areas in California and Hunting Clubs, Private Ranches 


There are 12 incredible wilderness areas in California that hold a lot of game. There are no roads, and the topography is rugged and preparation is a key to success. Pack into these areas for a weekend with your supplies to survive. 
Where to hunt? Let's take a closer look at some of the state’s top wilderness areas: 
1. Marble Mountains: The rifle season in Zone B6 is usually around mid-September through late October. The archery season is open early September and you will need a permit to hunt the Marble Mountains. Bucks are plentiful but you need rain or snow in the late season will get deer moving
2. South Warner: This area is located in eastern Modoc County in the Modoc National Forest. Hunting is good  around Warner Peak (9,710 feet) and Eagle Peak (9,892).  Decent access from Surprise Valley Road out of Eagleville where trails lead to the wilderness area Hunters need tags for Zone X 3b. The rifle season is Oct. 1-Oct. 16..
  3. Trinity Alps: The Alps have some big bucks throughout the wilderness area’s high elevations in the early season. Archery hunting can be excellent, and opens 10 days before the rifle season, and usually permits are available if you apply early.
  4. Caribou, Thousand Lakes: Thousand Lakes Wilderness Area is located in Shasta County, while nearby Caribou  can be found in western Lassen County on the edge of Lassen  Volcanic National Park.  Thousand Lakes is in Zone C4. Best hunting is on the west slope of  Crater Peak where the Cow Creek deer herd makes its home  on the summer range. The wilderness area is located in the Lassen National Forest and the Burney Mountain south to Latour Butte.
 Caribou Wilderness Area is in C4 above Lake Almanor. Hunting success should be excellent early in the season on  the south-sloping side of Cinder Mountain .As the season  progresses and winter nears, bucks will move out of the  wilderness area through Bailey Creek, Benner Creek and  Rock Creek and migrate west of the lake down to Paynes  Creek.
 5. Yolla Bolly: This Wilderness Area encompasses Zone  B2 where the deer  migrate when they come out of the high country in winter.  There are some excellent bucks in the area, but its rugged country.
6. Desolation: This wilderness area is eastern El Dorado County, Zone D5. Success is fairly low in Zone D5, because hunters stay in the lower elevations around Loon Lake but hunters willing to go into the Crystal Range will see plenty of deer.          
7.  Mokelumne.    This area consists in the El Dorado National Forest. Elevations range from 4,000 feet near Salt Springs Reservoir to more than 10,000 feet at Round Top. The headwaters of the Mokelumne River begin here and cut its path through several canyons which make some excellent deer habitat. Much of  the wilderness area consists of old- growth timber and dense vegetation, so  hunters have got to locate the valleys  and meadows which offer the best deer  habitat.  Look for feed and water, and the best places to find it are in the valleys. Snow, Underwood and Round valleys are three of the best.
From Sacramento, access is best to the wilderness area  from Highway 4 to Abbotts Pass. Or you  can head east on Highway 50 to Lower  Bear River Reservoir and come in from  the west side.  The area is located in parts of Amador and Calaveras counties, which is Zone D5.
8. Emigrant: Emigrant Wilderness  Area is located in Tuolumne County.  The huge area is on the northwest border of Yosemite National Park. Elevations range from 5,200 to  11,570 feet and features canyons,  domes, lakes and streams within the  Stanislaus National Forest.  Emigrant is located in Zone D6.   Emigrant is a popular deer hunting area among packers  and backpackers who want to get away from the pressure.  It’s accessible from Highway 108 out of Sonora Most  hunters head east on I08 to Kennedy Meadows There’s good  camping available along Kennedy Creek.  Trailheads are also numerous off of Highway 108 from Pinecrest Lake. Hunters coming from Highway 120 can drive to Cherry Lake where camping is available. Hunt along the Kibble  Ridge and glass for bucks coming from water areas along  Cherry Creek.  Hunters need an access permit from the Stanislaus National Forest office in Sonora or Pinecrest.
 9. Hoover: This 42,800-acre wilderness area is located in northwestern Mono County in the eastern Sierra. lt borders  the backside of Yosemite and is loaded with mountains,  canyons, streams, lakes and meadows in elevations ranging  from 10,000 to 12,446 feet. Most of the wilderness area is  located in Zone X12, but the southern tip is in Zone X9a.  Permits are required for both these rifle hunting areas.
10. Minarets: Some call it the Ansel Adams Wilderness  Area, but whatever its name, one thing hasn't changed -—  some big bucks come out of this area every year.  Hunters heading up to the D7 portion will find some nice  bucks in the pockets around meadows on the north-facing  mountain slopes.  When storms hit or the first frost kills the good feed, deer begin moving out of the wilderness area down through the  San Joaquin River drainage.
11. John Muir: This gigantic wilderness area is in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Elevations range from 4,000 to 14,496 feet. The area falls in parts  of D7 and X9b.  Most of the country is granite so look for the meadows...something other than rock. Hunt the timber, the lake bottoms and the little meadows,  the deer are in pockets around the meadows.


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