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CALIFORNIA DESERT BIGHORN SHEEP (Cady Mountains Tag)

Currency:USD Category:Hunting Start Price:1,900.00 USD Estimated At:0.00 - 0.00 USD
CALIFORNIA DESERT BIGHORN SHEEP (Cady Mountains Tag)
During the week of January 9-16th you will be able to contact Auction Support at 406-404-8765.
A 5% buyer’s premium will be added to the final bid price of this special permit/tag (unless prohibited by statute.) Proceeds will be dedicated to WSF Conservation Initiatives. If the winner of this item refuses to pay the premiums required, the item shall be offered to the next highest bidder for the price he/she bid.

NEW FOR 2022 "SHEEP WEEK"

CALIFORNIA DESERT BIGHORN SHEEP (Cady Mountains Tag)
CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH & WILDLIFE
Regina Vu
P: 916.516.2132
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has selected the Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) to auction its Cady Mountains Desert Bighorn Fund Raising Permit at the Reno, NV convention. This permit represents California’s premier desert bighorn hunting opportunity and provides the lucky bidder the ability to hunt zones 509 during the 2022-2023 season.
This permit is subject to all existing conditions required for the take of bighorn sheep in California, including the requisite hunter orientation program identified in Section 362, Title 14, and California Code of Regulations. The tag holder will be able to hunt the first Saturday in November 2022 through the first Sunday in February 2023. The permit is non-transferable and may be used only by the purchaser. Any resident or non-resident is eligible to bid on and receive this Special Permit. Previous purchasers are also eligible to bid on this Special Permit. The strong support for bighorn sheep conservation that has been shown by WSF and those individuals that have supported sheep management in California has contributed to the addition of new hunting opportunities. For additional information, contact Regina Vu at (916) 516-2132.
NOTE: Nonprofit organizations auctioning or selling fund-raising license tags shall clearly indicate in all advertisements and to potential tag recipients that such tags are subject to all existing conditions required for the take of the species, including any required hunting license and hunter orientation programs identified in Title 14, California Code of Regulations. Tags shall be nontransferable.