Law:Division 8. Districts (California)

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Chapter 1. Boundaries

Ca Codes (fgc:11000-11039) Fish And Game Code Section 11000-11039



11000. For the protection of fish and game, the State of California is divided into fish and game districts to be known and designated as provided in this division. Unless otherwise provided, the townships and ranges specified in this division are referred to the Mount Diablo base and meridian.


11001. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 1: Those portions of the following counties not included in other districts: Shasta, Tehama, Plumas, Butte, Sierra, Sutter, Yuba, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Madera, Tulare; those portions of San Joaquin County lying east and north of the east bank of the San Joaquin River and not included in District 3; those portions of Stanislaus and Merced Counties lying east of the west bank of the San Joaquin River; those portions of Fresno County lying east of the west bank of Fresno Slough, Fish Slough and Summit Lake; those portions of Kings County lying east of the main power line of the San Joaquin Light and Power Company, crossing the north line of Kings County in Section 4, T. 18 S., R. 19 E., southerly to its crossing of State Highway No. 41 between Secs. 21 and 22, T. 21 S., R. 19 E., and east of State Highway No. 41 southerly to its intersection with State Highway No. 33, and easterly of State Highway No. 33 from said intersection to the south line of said county in Section 36, T. 24 S., R. 18 E.; those portions of Kern County lying east of State Highway No. 33 between the northerly line of said county in Section one (1), T. 25 S., R. 18 E., M. D. B. & M., and the City of Taft and U. S. Highway No. 399 between the City of Taft and the City of Maricopa, and lying north of State Highway No. 166 from the City of Maricopa easterly to the intersection of said highway with U.S. Highway No. 99 in Section twelve (12), T. 11 N., R. 20 W., S. B. B. & M., and lying east of U.S. Highway No. 99 from the above-mentioned point of intersection to where the said U.S. highway crosses the northern boundary line of Los Angeles County, not included in other districts.

11002. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 1 3/8: Those portions of the following counties not included in other districts: Alpine, El Dorado, Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumne and Mariposa. Except as otherwise provided, all of the provisions of this code relating to District 1 shall apply to District 1 3/8.


11003. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 1 1/2: Those portions of the Counties of Del Norte, Siskiyou, Trinity, and Humboldt not included in other districts.


11004. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 1 3/4: Those portions of the County of Modoc not included in other districts and that portion of the County of Siskiyou lying east of the Weed-Klamath Falls Highway between the north line of the County of Siskiyou and the Town of Weed and east of the Pacific Highway between the Town of Weed and the junction of Pacific Highway and the McCloud-Fall River Mills Highway and north and east of the McCloud-Fall River Mills Highway to the Siskiyou and Shasta county line and that part of Shasta County lying north and east of the McCloud-Fall River Mills Highway to its junction with the road to Lake Britton at Dickson Flat and east of that road through Burney Falls State Park to its junction with the Hat Creek-Lassen Highway at the Redding-Alturas Highway and east of the Hat Creek-Lassen Highway to Lassen Volcanic National Park and north and east to the north and east boundary of Lassen Volcanic National Park to its junction with the Lassen county line. That part of Lassen County north and east of the north and east boundary of the Lassen Volcanic National Park to its junction with the north line of District 25 and east of the east boundary of District 25 to its junction with the Lassen-Plumas county line approximately one mile southeast of Coyote Peak in Sec. 24, T. 28 N., R. 10 E. and north and west of the Plumas-Lassen county line between the boundary of District 25 and the Susanville-Taylorsville road.

11005. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 2: Those portions of the following counties not included in other districts: Mendocino, Glenn, Colusa, Yolo, Solano, Napa, Sonoma, and Marin; that portion of San Francisco Bay lying westerly of a line drawn from California Point to San Quentin Point; that portion of San Francisco Bay lying westerly of a line drawn from San Quentin Point to San Pedro Point, in Marin County; that portion of San Pablo Bay lying westerly of a line drawn from San Pedro Point to the south side of the mouth of Novato Creek; and that portion of San Pablo Bay lying northerly of a line drawn due east from the south side of the mouth of Novato Creek to the westerly shore of Mare Island.


11006. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 2 1/4: Lake County and the waters of Clear Lake. Any reference in this code to Clear Lake refers to District 2 1/4. Except as otherwise provided, all of the provisions of this code relating to District 2 apply to District 2 1/4.


11007. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 2 1/2: Those portions of T. 24 N., R. 18 and 19 W.; 23 N., R. 17 and 18 W.; 22 N., R. 17 and 18 W.; 21 N., R. 17 W., west of the summit of the divide between the Pacific Ocean and the south fork of the Eel River. All of T. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 N., R. 16 W.; and T. 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20 N., R. 17 W., and T. 17 and 18 N., R. 18 W. All being townships located in western Mendocino County.


11008. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 3: Those portions of the following counties not included in other disticts: San Francisco, Contra Costa, Alameda, San Mateo, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, San Benito, Monterey, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Fresno, and Kings.


11009. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 3 1/2: Those portions of the following counties not included in other districts: San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, and Kern. Except as otherwise provided all of the provisions of this code applicable to District 3 apply to District 3 1/2.


11010. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 4: Those portions of the following counties not included in other districts: San Bernardino, Riverside, and Orange.


11011. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 4 1/8: All of Los Angeles County not included within other districts. Except as otherwise provided, all of the provisions of this code applicable to District 4 apply to District 4 1/8.


11012. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 4 1/2: Those portions of the Counties of Mono and Inyo not included in other districts.

11013. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 4 3/4: Those portions of the Counties of San Diego and Imperial not included in other districts.

11014. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 6: The ocean waters and tidelands of the State to the high-water mark lying between the northern boundary of this State and a line extending due west from the west end of the north jetty at the entrance of Humboldt Bay, excluding all sloughs, streams, and lagoons.


11015. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 7: The ocean waters and tidelands of the State to high-water mark between a line extending due west from the west end of the north jetty at the entrance of Humboldt Bay and the southern boundary of Mendocino County, excluding the ocean waters between the north and south jetties at the entrance of Humboldt Bay from the westerly end of each of said jetties in the Pacific Ocean to their respective aprons on the shores of Humboldt Bay, and also excluding all sloughs, streams, and lagoons.

11016. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 8: The waters and tidelands to high-water mark of Humboldt Bay lying north of a straight line running east from the center of apron at the approach of the south jetty at the entrance of Humboldt Bay to the east shore line of the bay including the entrance of Humboldt Bay not included in District 7, and excluding all rivers, streams, and sloughs emptying into the bay.


11017. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 9: The waters and tidelands to high-water mark of Humboldt Bay lying south of a straight line running east from the center of apron at the approach to the south jetty at the entrance of Humboldt Bay to the east shore line of the bay, excluding all rivers, streams, and sloughs emptying into the bay.


11018. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 10: The ocean waters and the tidelands of the State to high-water mark lying between the southern boundary of Mendocino County and a line extending west from the Pigeon Point lighthouse in San Mateo County, including the waters of Tomales Bay to a line drawn from the mouth of the unnamed creek approximately 1500 feet north of Tomasini Point southwesterly 218 magnetic to the mouth of the unnamed creek at Shell Beach, and excluding Bodega Lagoon and all that portion of Bolinas Bay lying inside of Bolinas bar, that portion of San Francisco Bay lying east of a line drawn from Point Bonita to Point Lobos and all rivers, streams, and lagoons. The amendment of this section by the Legislature at the 1963 Regular Session has no effect on the cultivation of oysters by persons licensed under Article 4 (commencing with Section 6480), Chapter 5, Part 1, Division 6.


11019. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 11: The waters and tidelands of San Francisco Bay to high-water mark bounded as follows: Beginning at the extreme westerly point of Point Bonita; thence in a direct line to the extreme westerly point of Point Lobos; thence around the shore line of San Francisco Bay to the foot of Powell Street; thence in a direct line northwesterly to Peninsula Point, the most southerly extremity of Belvedere Island; thence in a direct line westerly to the easternmost point of the ferry dock at Sausalito; thence southerly and westerly around the shore of San Francisco Bay to the point of beginning.


11020. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 12: The waters and tidelands of San Francisco Bay to high-water mark not included in Districts 11 and 13, the waters and tidelands to high-water mark of San Leandro Bay, Oakland Creek or estuary, San Antonio Creek in Alameda County, Racoon Straits, and San Pablo Bay, and the Carquinez Straits to the Carquinez Bridge, and all lands and waters included within the exterior boundaries of these districts and excluding all tributary sloughs, creeks, bays, rivers, and overflowed areas not specifically described herein.


11022. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 13: The waters and tidelands to high-water mark of San Francisco Bay lying to the south of a line drawn between the Ferry Building at the foot of Market Street in San Francisco and the mouth of the Oakland Creek or estuary in Alameda County, excluding all streams, sloughs, and lagoons.


11024. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 16: The waters and tidelands to high-water mark of that portion of Monterey Bay lying to the south of a line drawn 100 magnetic from the extreme northerly point of Point Pinos in a straight line easterly to the eastern shore of Monterey Bay.


11025. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 17: The waters and tidelands to high-water mark of Monterey Bay and the Pacific Ocean, lying between a line extending west from Pigeon Point Lighthouse and a line extending west from Yankee Point, Carmel Highlands in Monterey County, excluding the areas included in District 16, and excluding all rivers, creeks, sloughs and lagoons emptying into the Pacific Ocean and Monterey Bay within the boundaries thus defined.

11026. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 18: The ocean waters of the State and tidelands to high-water mark not included in other districts, lying between a line extending due west from Yankee Point, Carmel Highlands, in Monterey County, and a line extending from Point Rincon near or at the common boundaries between Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties westerly through Richardson Rock, and excluding all rivers, streams, sloughs, and lagoons.


11027. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 19: The ocean waters of the State and tidelands to high-water mark, and islands off the coast and waters adjacent thereto, lying southerly of Fish and Game District 18, and northerly of a westerly extension of the boundary line between the Republic of Mexico and San Diego County, excepting Districts 19A, 19B, 20, 20A, and 21, and excluding all rivers, streams, sloughs, lagoons, and bays.


11028. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 19A: The ocean waters and tidelands to high-water mark lying between the southerly extremity of Malibu Point and the westerly extremity of Rocky Point (Palos Verdes Point), excluding all rivers, streams and lagoons.


11029. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 19B: The ocean waters and tidelands to high-water mark northerly of the following line: Beginning at the west end of the San Pedro Breakwater, thence in an extended line following the axis of said San Pedro Breakwater, the middle breakwater and the Long Beach Breakwater to the east end of the latter, thence to the outer end of the west jetty of Anaheim Bay. Except as otherwise provided, all of the provisions of this code applicable to Districts 4 and 4 1/8 apply to District 19B.


11030. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 20: Santa Catalina Island and the portion of the state waters within three nautical miles of the island's coast line on the northerly, easterly, and southerly side of the island, lying between a line extending three nautical miles west magnetically from the extreme westerly end of Santa Catalina Island to a line extending three nautical miles southwest magnetically from the most southerly promontory of China Point.

11031. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 20A: The waters lying around Santa Catalina Island, within three nautical miles of the coast line of the island, which are not included in District 20.


11032. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 21: The waters and tidelands to high water mark of San Diego Bay lying inside of a straight line drawn from the southernly extremity of Point Loma to the offshore end of the San Diego breakwater.


11033. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 22: All of Imperial County and those portions of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties lying south and east of the following line: Starting at the intersection of Highway 99 with the north boundary of Imperial County, thence north along that highway to the intersection with Highway 60 and 70; thence east along Highway 60 and 70 to its intersection with the Cottonwood Springs Road in Sec. 9, T. 6 S., R. 11 E.; thence north along that road and the Mecca Dale Road to Amboy; thence east along Highway 66 to the intersection with Highway 95; thence north along Highway 95 to the California-Nevada boundary.


11034. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 23: The lands and waters lying within the drainage area of Rubicon and Little Rubicon Rivers above their confluence in Sec. 13, T. 13 N., R. 13 E.; all lands and waters lying within the drainage area of the South Fork of the American River and all its tributaries above Chili Bar Bridge on the Placerville-Georget own Highway; all of the lands and waters lying within the drainage area of Webber Creek above the Mother Lode Highway between El Dorado and Placerville; the waters of Lake Tahoe and the Truckee River, and all streams flowing into that lake and river, and all lands and waters within the drainage basin of that lake and river lying within this State; the waters of Silver Lake, Twin Lakes, Twin Lake, Blue Lakes, Meadow Lake, Wood Lake, Winnemucca Lake and Scott's Lake, Burnside Lake, the Carson River, the West Fork of the Carson River, Willow Creek and Markleeville Creek and all tributaries of those streams and all streams flowing into those lakes and all lands and waters lying within the drainage basin of those lakes, rivers and streams within this State; all the waters of the Cosumnes River and its tributaries, and all lakes lying within the watershed of that river and tributaries above the bridge on the Mother Lode Highway between Plymouth and Nashville, all being within the Counties of Alpine, Amador, and El Dorado.


11035. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 25: The waters of Lake Almanor and all streams flowing into that lake and all lands lying within the drainage basin of those streams and lake, all being within the Counties of Plumas and Lassen.


11036. The following constitutes the Klamath River Fish and Game District: The waters of the Klamath River as described in the initiative act to create the Klamath River Fish and Game District, approved by the electors on November 4, 1924, which initiative act provides: The Klamath River Fish and Game District is hereby created and shall consist of the Klamath River and the waters thereof, following its meanderings from the confluence of the Klamath River and the Shasta River in the County of Siskiyou to the mouth of the Klamath River in Del Norte County. Every person, firm, corporation or company who constructs or maintains any dam or other artificial obstruction in any of the waters of said Klamath River Fish and Game District is guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction must be fined not less than one thousand dollars ($1,000) or be imprisoned in the county jail of the county in which the conviction shall be had, not less than 100 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment, and any artificial obstruction constructed, placed or maintained in said district is hereby declared to be a public nuisance.


11037. The following constitutes the Trinity and Klamath River Fish and Game District: The Klamath River and the waters thereof, following its meanderings from the mouth of the Klamath River in Del Norte County to its confluence with the Salmon River, and also the Trinity River and the waters thereof, following its meanderings from its confluence with the Klamath River in the County of Humboldt to its confluence with the south fork of the said Trinity River.


11038. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 118: The ocean waters and tidelands lying within the following boundaries: Beginning at the south side of the pier at San Simeon thence westerly three miles, thence southerly to a point three miles west of the southern boundary of the state park at Cambria in San Luis Obispo County, thence easterly to the southwest point of the state park at Cambria. All of the provisions relating to District 18 shall apply to District 118.


11039. The following constitutes Fish and Game District 118.5: The ocean and tidelands to high-water mark, not included in other districts, excluding all rivers, streams, sloughs, and lagoons, bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of the common boundary of Monterey and San Luis Obispo Counties with the mean high-water mark, thence due west two miles to a point, thence by a line following the coast line and parallel to it southerly to a point two miles south of the intersection of the common boundary of Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties with the mean high-water mark, thence north to the intersection of the common boundary of Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties with the mean high-water mark. Except as otherwise provided, all of the provisions relating to District 18 shall apply to District 118.5.


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