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Little Panoche Reservoir Wildlife Area

Description

Little Panoche Reservoir Wildlife Area was designated as a wildlife area by the Fish and Game Commission in 1973. It is 828 acres in the arid foothills on the western side of the San Joaquin Valley. Shrub-covered hills surround the reservoir. Kit fox, kangaroo rats, and over 100 species of birds, including golden eagles and California quail, can be found here. Past land use was primarily the grazing of cattle.

For more information, call the Los Banos office at (209) 826-0463.


Recreational Opportunities

wildlife viewing fishing hunting with shotgun archery hunting waterfowl hunting quail hunting pheasant hunting restrooms

PLEASE NOTE: For information on public use regulations for this area and other Department lands, refer to the link opens in new windowCDFW Public Lands Regulations. All visitors are responsible for knowing and following these regulations.

Activities: wildlife viewing, fishing, and hunting

The cattail-lined lake often provides good fishing. It also provides an opportunity for the patient hunter to take a few nice ducks during the waterfowl season.


Last update : 2/15/2017 4:11:45 PM


Wildlife Branch - Lands Program
1812 9th Street, Sacramento, CA 95811
(916) 445-0411


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Location

Central Region (Region 4)

Fresno County

5 miles west of Hwy 5 and 30 miles west of Firebaugh, on the southern side of Little Panoche Rd.

Access: Foot access only.

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