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Pheasant Hunting

Upland 512-219Tule Lake and Lower Klamath Refuges provide excellent habitat for ring-neck Pheasants

Pheasant hunting on Tule Lake and Lower Klamath Refuges can be good, habitat ranges from agricultural stubble fields, ditch banks and upland fields with high vegetation.  The Refuges do not plant pen raised birds, our populations are all wild. 

Non-toxic ammunition is required on all refuges and the use of a trained hunting dog is strongly recommended. Hunting is allowed 7 days per week with no check in required. 

Hunters may hunt pheasant daily during the State general season from 8 a.m. to state regulated ending shoot time. Please check your regulation booklets as these times can be different for California and Oregon.  An Annual Recreation pass is required to hunt the area.  All State laws, stamps and regulations apply. 

For more information and the hunt area map, please see the rules and regulations

Last Updated: Aug 09, 2016
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