The web sites for the Department of Fish and Game and its Divisions have been upgraded to bring new features such as advanced search, mobile viewing, and wider pages. These improvements require moving most web pages and documents so bookmarks/favorites and saved searches will no longer work. Here are several options to find the information you are looking for.
If you don't see what you're looking for in the links below, type it in the Search box at the top right of this page. Searches can be narrowed down from 'in Energy & Environment' to 'in Fish and Game'.
- Maps and Destinations
Looking for a place to go fishing, hunting, boating, hiking or wildlife watching? We have maps of Wildlife Management Areas, boating access sites, ponds, and more.
- Living with Wildlife
Having difficulties with coyotes in your neighborhood? Or, has a colony of bats taken up residence in your attic? Is it ever helpful to move a fawn or any young animal? Learn the answers to these and other questions in Living with Wildlife.
- Vernal Pool Certification
Help the Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program ‘certify’ the occurrence of vernal pools by documenting use by one or more groups of species that rely on this unique habitat. Certification provides protection of vernal pools through regulatory oversight in specific cases.
- Commercial Regulations
These are Commercial Fishing Regulation summary tables for finfish, shellfish & seaworms, and lobster & crabs.