GRIZZLY RANCH

Application type: First-come, first-served

Cost: $150-225

This is a California Waterfowl-owned property in the famed Suisun Marsh, bordering Grizzly Island Wildlife Area. Grizzly Ranch is over 900 acres and the wetlands are managed by CWA biologists. Decoys and transportation to and from the blinds is provided.

The hunt is $150-225 per blind selected. The registrant can hunt alone or invite guests to fill the empty seats.  Blinds are offered in two-man and three-man.

Capacity: Two-three hunters (depends on blind availability)

Special conditions: May only register for one hunt date per person, per hunting season.

Blind/Bird AVG Hunt Dates Video Tour

SUTTER BYPASS RICE BLIND/DNH FARMS

Application type: First-come, first-served (youth free)

Cost: $25 per hunter

DNH Farms has donated a rice blind near Robbins, in the Sutter Bypass, specifically for families, veterans and women. These hunts are unguided in a fully furnished rice blind. Hunters will be in charge of getting themselves to the blind (stools and decoys are provided). Youth hunters need to be accompanied by an adult chaperone (21 or older). There is a $25 fee per person (youth are free) to reserve a date and attend.

Special conditions: At least one member of the hunting party must be a junior, veteran or woman. May hunt all day.

Capacity: Four hunters

Registrations Closed

South Myers Ranch Rice Blind

Application type: First-come, first-served (youth free)

Cost: 25$ per hunter (youth free)

Merlo Waterfowl has donated a rice blind off Biggs Princeton Rd, just west of Biggs, CA. These hunts are unguided in a fully furnished blind. Hunters will be in charge of getting themselves to the blind (decoys and stools provided). You will have the blind all day. Youth hunters need to be accompanied by an adult chaperone (21 or older). Visit merlowaterfowl.com for more info on their guide service.

Capacity: Four hunters

Registrations Closed

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SOHNREY FAMILY FOODS RICE BLIND

Application type: First-come, first-served (youth free)

Cost: Free

Sohnrey Family Foods has donated a rice blind off Highway 99 and Nelson Shippee Road specifically for families and veterans. These hunts are unguided in a fully furnished rice blind. Hunters will be in charge of getting themselves to the blind (stools and decoys are provided). Youth hunters need to be accompanied by an adult  chaperone (21 or older). There is no fee to reserve a date or attend.

Special conditions: At least one member of the hunting party must be a junior or a veteran. May hunt all day.

Capacity: Four hunters

Registrations Closed