Lake Cuyamaca offers duck hunting that includes; mallards, pintail and widgeon. The lake is open for hunting on Wednesday and Sunday during the season as set by State and Federal regulations.

The majority of birds do not arrive until after December 1 & so hunting is usually held off during the first half of the season. However, if fall rains and the arrival of enough ducks warrants the opening of the East Lake during the first half, they usually do so.

Management will initially place seven double blinds for the use of season members. Season members are accepted on a first come / first serve  basis with payment of the $550 fee. Payment guarantees the member and a guest the use of the blind a minimum of six times during the season. Additional opportunities may develop if we get early rains and can open up the East Lake. Management will assign actual dates as soon as the season membership list is complete. A drawing will be held and dates and blinds will be assigned on a rotational basis. Register early as membership is limited.

 

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New Year's Snowfall in Julian 2018!!!!!

Gorgeous views today over Lake Cuyamaca and we've got a bit of snow on the ground. PLEASE READ IF YOU'RE PLANNING ON VISITING THE BACKCOUNTRY TODAY!!!!!

Wind gusts are currently 25-60 mph across the mountains making it extra cold (feels like low 20's). CHAINS ARE REQUIRED. Please use caution when driving on slippery or icy roadways.

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