Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway
Come travel the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway. All American Road in southern Oregon and northern California.
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Volcanoes everywhere!
The wonders are closer than you think!
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Home > Recreation > Fishing and Hunting

Fishing and hunting along the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway includes exciting opportunities. From areas rich with waterfowl and birds, to wilderness elk territory, to the finest trout fishing streams in the world, you'll find incredible resources each season.

Please follow the links below to discover information on the hunting and fishing available along the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway. New links being added daily....come back often!

The Oregon Department of Fish and Game has a huge amount of information on Hunting & Fishing in Oregon.

Likewise the California Department of Fish and Game has all the information you could want on Hunting & Fishing in California.

Information at the Modoc National Forest details deer, antelope and waterfowl hunting in the eastern Byway region.

Information can also be found at at the Lassen National Forest website

Information at the Shasta Trinity National Forest details fishing in the northern California region....Lowland Lakes and Reservoirs, Rivers and Alpine Lakes.

Fish on the Sacramento River in Dunsmuir and Mt. Shasta and the McCloud River McCloud, Mt. Shasta, and Dunsmuir.

Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway
P.O. Box 832
Mount Shasta, CA 96067 USA

For California: 1-800-474-2782
For Oregon: 1-800-445-6728
volcaniclegacybyway.org is the Official Website for The Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway All-American Road in California and Oregon. Visit Byways.org, the National Byways website from the Federal Highway Administration.