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Recreational Spiny Lobster Season to Open Oct. 2
CDFW Temporarily Restricting Boat Use at Fresno County Wildlife Area
CDFW Reopens 34 Properties After USDA Forest Service Lifts Statewide Closure
CDFW Offers Technical Assistance to Cannabis Cultivators with Pop-Up Shop on Sept. 22
CDFW Seeks Artists to Enter California Upland Game Bird Stamp Art Contest
Drought Forces Closure of Shasta Valley Wildlife Area to Waterfowl Hunting; Other Northeastern Waterfowl Properties Impacted by Water Shortages
CDFW Expanding Hunting Opportunities Within Cosumnes River Preserve; Now Accepting Applications for October Deer Hunts
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