Night hunting is banned in areas where general deer season is open
Heed weather forecasts when planning multiday trips to avoid surprise conditions
Generally, it's illegal to hunt within 200 yards of watering places on public lands
Regulations restrict nonhunters from packing in extra shot shells for hunters
Managers try to balance hunter opportunity and success with harvest objectives
A launcher may be legal if it meets certain conditions
All vegetation is the property of the landowners, and blockages are their responsibility
To avoid raising red flags with a game warden, plan ahead to take the whole carcass immediately out of the field
Placing a loaded gun in or on a vehicle when on a public roadway warrants a citation
Electronic or mechanically operated devices are prohibited when hunting migratory birds
Anything considered bait that lures waterfowl of any species to come within range of hunting is illegal
There are California regulations to follow, and the sender must abide by importation laws of other states
The captain, crew and passengers may be responsible for the violations of one person
There are exceptions for bringing filleted California halibut onshore
Fish & Game laws spell out which bucks are legal; meanwhile, what's the rule on laminating fishing licenses?
There are criteria to determine the difference, and the Steelhead Report Card program can help
When it comes to irresistible aromas for your prey, spray away
Anyone sharing the outdoors is urged to take precautions to avoid getting caught in crossfire
There is no law prohibiting the practice, but there are ways to help ensure their survival
Game wardens on the lookout for mixed hunting groups during overlapping seasons
When and where they spawn is nearly impossible to predict, but there are conditions under which you can boost your odds of catching them in the act
According to Fish & Game laws, even the appearance of digging for clams without a valid license can get you in trouble
Some bass are better than others for growing in a smaller environment
Is it legal to finish off an animal after dark if it was shot during legal hunting hours?
Here's what you need to know before heading out with your arrows to catch big-game animals
There are state and U.S. laws to follow for mailing packages containing wildlife
You may be in the giving spirit, but there's still a limit on what you can do with abalone
Clever anglers may think they can use children for props, but the kids must be involved in the activity to make it legal
If you're hunting abalone, don't mix free diving with scuba
Common sense and adult supervision are wise methods of dealing with children and bears
You may be hooked on fishing, but your prey may see it a different way
There's no limit on what you can catch but be mindful about what you actually can eat.
Despite efforts to control their access to baby trout, the advantages are for the birds.
An otherwise innocent act can be both detrimental to the animals being fed and illegal, too.
The Department of Fish & Game answers questions about state regulations on that issue and others.
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