Los Alamos Ranch is an A-zone property in Santa Barbara county. The Los Alamos ranch is an easy 2 mile drive west of highway 101. With a network of roads this working cattle ranch of 4,000 acres has an amazing 64 water troughs on the property.
On-site camping is available. Members are advised to use ATVs or side-by-sides on the roads that can be steep in certain areas. Patience will payoff for members with a spot and stalk mentality. We'll hunt pig, deer, dove, quail, pigeon and varmint. This area of the state is producing a tremendous number of hogs, and we are excited about this ranch as a compliment to footprint in the central coast region of the state.
24,000 private acres near Covelo with private access to the Castle peak area of the Yolla Bolly wilderness. This ranch is open year round weather permitting and we can hunt 7 days a week.
Archery and Rifle access for Deer & Black Bear. The ranch is also loaded with Turkey and Mountain Quail. The camp area has a 6 acre lake with Black Bass and Blue Gill fishing. Varmint and predator hunting allowed.
Thanks to Golden Ram member Kenn Lipke for the great panoramic shots.
The Challenge Ranch property is in the D3-5 deer zone. Anyone that is familiar with quality bucks in the Brownsville area in Yuba County will know why this is an exciting spot.
14,000 acre A-Zone ranch is available for Archery and Rifle. We hunt it Thursday through Sunday. The ranch has excellent populations of Deer, Pig, Quail & Dove. Varmint hunting is allowed as well.
Our Pig hunting is excellent in this region and starts in November and runs through June, weather permitting.
A 15,000 acre jewel in the heart of Sonoma County. We use this ranch 11 months of the year, and it’s open 7 days a week. We hunt both the Archery and Rifle seasons for Deer & Pig (A Zone). There is also a short Band-tailed Pigeon season and that hunt is available.
The camping is wonderful here and we have excellent Black Bass Fishing in our private, stocked 80 acre lake. For members who do not wish to camp, the ranch boasts a 4,000 square foot lodge on the property. The Pig hunting starts on November 1st and runs through February, or until quota is taken.
4,600 acres also at Mendocino Pass (adjacent to Twin Rocks). Ranch is open Thursday through Sunday for the B-Zone rifle deer season only. Ranch also available during this time to hunt Black Bear. This is a foot-hunt-only, trophy-buck-only ranch. We do not allow road hunting and we limit our take to 3-points or better through the entire season.
The Sloat ranch sits in zone D-3. It is bordered by the middle fork of the Feather River. This is great high country deer hunting. Poplar Creek runs thru the property with great fishing at multiple beaver ponds. You will access the ranch from Hwy 70/89. You can get there from either Oroville or Truckee.
This B-Zone ranch is open for Rifle and Archery hunting. It’s 3000+ acres available 7 days for Deer, Bear, Quail, and Turkey hunting. This ranch is located near Covalo, CA.
An 11,000 acre B-Zone unit near the town of Covelo. Set just above Round Valley and fronting the North Fork of the Eel River, this ranch produces some huge blacktail bucks. We hunt here 7 days a week for both the Archery & Rifle seasons. Excellent populations of Black Bear, Turkey and Mountain Quail here as well. We stop all hunting on December 31st each year.
300 plus acres A-zone Archery only hog hunting. Ranch is open Friday through Sunday. Pig, Quail, Chukar and Dove. Also varmint hunting.
21,000 acres in Mendocino County. The ranch offers easy access to Fort Bragg and the coast. Bring your wife and kids and visit the coast during the middle of the day. The ranch is open all year, 7 days a week. Deer and Bear (A Zone for Deer) Also Band tail Pigeon, Quail, Turkey and camping. Only 4 miles to coast. Actively managed as a timber harvest property with a network of roads, ATV and skidder trails.
White Oak Ranch Located in Priest Valley on Hwy 198, West of Coalinga includes approximately 2,000 acres A-zone with a network of roads and abundant water. Game include deer (archery only), hog, quail, chukar, pigeon, dove and varmint hunting.
Timberland West is an 11,000 acre, A-zone property consististing of old tall stands of timber, deep valleys, old and new clear cuts from mid-range up mountain to close to the tops of the range. For anyone who has hunted the Timberland this is more open country. This ranch has plenty of water sources and can be hunted with patience. There are lots of road access and plenty of logging trails for those who want to take the time to hunt. Deer, bear, band tail pigeon, quail, wild pigeon and turkey are all on Timberland West.
Located east of Fort Bragg this 300 acre, A-zone ranch is an incredible addition. It is a a valley of wild coastal grasses and scattered trees surrounded by timber on all edges. This is prime feeding ground for deer and turkey. With a pond and stream this area is a natural attractant. We hunt this ranch "archery only" for deer and bear and shotgun for turkey.