California fall hunting through the SHARE Program is well worth it.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW) Shared Habitat Alliance for Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) program is a great opportunity for fall hunting.
Hunter with a California license are charged a $11.06 non-refundable application fee and can choose to bring a hunting partner or non-hunting partner.
From the CDFW:
The Willow Foothill property in Siskiyou County will provide opportunities for one A-1 deer and three C-1 deer hunts. The property is located 16 miles north east of Yreka and consists of 640 acres of foothill oak woodlands and vantage points for views of Mt. Shasta and the valley.
South Coast Region
Jones Ranch and Sleepy Creek Ranch in Santa Barbara County will offer hunts for deer, bear, turkey, quail and dove. These remote ranches in West Cuyama Valley encompass 1,000 acres between them and will offer separate hunting opportunities. The terrain features miles of trails through oak savannahs, riparian habitat, juniper-sage woodlands and chaparral. Both ranches back up to 250 acres of Bureau of Land Management land as well as the Los Padres National Forest, providing extra hunting access if needed.
For more information and to apply for SHARE hunts, go here.