How much does the hunt cost? $75 per youth hunter. The registration fee includes a Sprig membership, overnight accommodations, breakfast, and lunch. Each party consists of one youth hunter and one non-shooting chaperone. All junior hunters must be accompanied by an adult 21 years of age or older. Do I need a hunting license? Yes, all hunters need a valid 2016-2017 California hunting license. How do I register? Click add next to the group. May only register/attend once per person, per year 2016-2017 waterfowl season. Who is considered a junior hunter? A hunter less than 18 years of age who takes birds or mammals. To qualify, hunter must be less than 18 years of age at the beginning of the license year (July 1). Who can attend? Any junior hunter with a valid 2016-2017 California hunting license and adult chaperones/hunters over 21 years of age or older. What is included? A one night stay at Rancho Esquon, breakfast, lunch, decoys, and blind. The volunteer/mentor guide will help with blind safety, waterfowl identification, decoy placement, bird retrieval, calling, etc. Can adults shoot? No, this is a youth hunt. Each group must consist of at least one junior hunter and one non-shooting adult hunter 21 years of age or older. Groups of three can consist of two juniors and one-shooting adult. Can I bring my hunting dog? Yes, but all dogs must be kept in a dog crate or vehicle when you are not hunting. You will be responsible for the behavior and actions of your dog, as well providing adequate food and water. Where does everyone sleep? All participants sleep in a open-roomed bunk house equipped with bunk house.