Officer Wayne V. Moses
Conservation Law Enforcement Office (CLEO)
30th Security Forces Squadron/S3WS
OFFICE HOURS OF OPERATION:
0900 – 1000 hours and 1500 – 1600 hours
Located on South Dakota Ave.
( Between the theater and dental clinic.)
MAP GPS Location 34.744369,-120.540496
Pick up a new laminated 30 SFS/S3W Form 651 Locater Card. Big bright orange can be seen from a mile away. Non-laminated available. Please, take only one per registered hunting vehicle.
Ensure the grass does not touch the undercarriage of the vehicle where you are parking in recreational areas. Consider a tool like this in your vehicle:
Attention: VAFB Base Commander Policy.
"It is the Base Commanders position to suspend your hunting privileges for breaking base hunting rules, state, or federal law. Which means you will not be able to hunt until your case has been heard."
Configure/transport firearms accordingly to the hunting area you are in. 30SWI321-218, chapter 7 still applies.
To grab the documents you'll need for hunting and fishing. The following documents may be obtained at the Vandenberg AFB Conservation Office.
All hunters are required to have in possession during all hunting activities the required state and VAFB hunting privilege documentation and the filled out Form 651 Locater Card must be displayed on the vehicle dash where it can be viewed from the outside by LEOs.
One infraction could stop it permanently.
VAFB Hunting Fee shall be paid online via the new iSportsman web-based app. Good for one year from the date of purchase. ($75.00)
No G11 tags for 2020
11 July at 0528 hrs.
Ends: 2 August at 2032 hrs.
(23 hunting days)
Begins: 8 August at 0547 hrs.
Ends: 20 September at 1930 hrs.
(44 hunting days)
Reminder, all deer hunters must a submit a harvest report, even if you did not harvest a deer. Click here.
2019 Deer harvest stats here.
Note: The only nongame animal allowed to hunt on VAFB is the coyote. (30SWI32-7001, 25 Jan 2012, 6.3.10.)
Always check the official California and Vandenberg AFB hunting regulations.