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AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES SELF-INSPECTION LAUNCH CERTIFICATION PERMIT  Fish & Game Code Sections 2301 & 2301 SierraCounty Ordinance 1041

Watercraft Inspection Programs in California

Many lakes now in California, (watercraft means any vessel capable of carrying one or more people on water, including all boats, canoes, kayaks, skiffs and rafts).  require a sel inspection permit form prior to launchhing,

1. Quagga & Zebra Mussel Self-Inspection Permit - Stanislaus County
2.
Mussel Self-Inspection Launch Certification Permit - Don Pedro Lake
3.
Mussel Self-Inspection Sac-SJ Delta Launch Certification Permit
4. Self Inspection Form Webber Lake
5. Lake Nacimiento Mussel Inspection Program
6. Nevada and Sierra County SelfInspection Permit Form
7. Lake Tahoe Inspection Information

AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES INFESTED WATERS IN CALIFORNIA

American Riverbr /> (below Folsom dam)
Anaheim Lake
Arroyo Simi
Arroyo Trabuco
Baxter Creek
Benton Crossing
Big Lagoon
Bishops Creek Canal
Calaveras River
CO River Aqueduct
Copper Basin Reservoir
Dixon Reservoir
El Capitan Reservoir
Freshwater Lagoon
Garcia River
Inaja River
Irvine Lake
Klamath River
Kraemer Basin
Lake Earl
Lake Havasu
Lake Hodges
Lake Jennings
Lake Matthews
Lake Miramar
Lake Pleasant
Lake Poway

Lake Pueblo
Lake Ramona
Lake Shasta
Lake Skinner
Lake Talawa
Los Angeles Aqueduct
Lower Otay Reservoir
Machado Lake
Mokelumne River
Murray Reservoir
Napa River
Olivenhain Reservoir
Owens River
Parker Dam (CO River)
Rattlesnake Reservoir
Russian River
Sacramento Delta
Sacramento River
San Vincente Reservoir
Santa Clara R. Estuary
Shadow Lake
Skinner Reservoir
Stanizlaus River (Knights Ferry)
Sweetwater Reservoir
Tillas Slough
Topaz Lake
Walnut Canyon Reservoir
Yorba Linda 



 

 

 
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