What is Duck Camp? Duck Camp is a two and a half day introduction to the art of waterfowling. The camp is designed to help new and beginner waterfowl hunters in the following areas: calling, decoy spreads, shooting, shot selection, distance judging, concealment, waterfowl identification, game laws, ethics, wild game preparation, and hunting opportunities. Do I need a hunting license? Yes, all participants need a valid 2016-2017 CA, hunting license with CA Duck Stamp and Federal Duck Stamp. How much does Duck Camp cost? $300 per hunter. You may attend by yourself or signup with a friend. Who is considered a junior hunter? A junior hunter is anyone who holds a junior hunting license. Does the hunting party need to include a junior hunter? No, the party can include either two adults or one junior and one adult. Who can attend? Anyone with a valid 2016-2017 CA, hunting license can register if they consider themselves a new or beginner waterfowl hunter. Past Duck Camp attendees can not apply. What is included? A two night stay at Grizzly Ranch, food and drink, decoys, blinds, boats, game cleaning facility, CWA memberships, and expert instruction is included. 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 the hunting take place? All of the waterfowl hunting at Duck Camp takes place at Grizzly Ranch located in the famed Suisun Marsh, bordering Grizzly Island State Wildlife Area. The ranch is over 900 acres and the wetlands are managed by CWA biologists. The blinds consist of two and three man tanks and stand-up blinds. Decoys and transportation to and from the blind are provided. Where does everyone sleep? All participants sleep in a open-roomed bunk house equipped with roll-a-way beds. Private rooms are limited.