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Boating Regulations and Safety Information

Shasta County Sheriff's Boating Safety Unit
(530) 245-6075
FAX (530) 245-6076


Shasta County Sheriff's Boating Safety Unit - website

Picture of a Shasta County Sheriff Patrol Boat

The Shasta County Sheriff's Boating Safety Unit office/headquarters
is located on the dock at Bridge Bay Resort on Shasta Lake.

Map showing Bridge Bay Resort



Video: How to be safe at Shasta - dailyemerald.com

Shasta County Sheriff's Boating Safety Unit website (click)

Shasta Lake Boating Safety Map - PDF format (click)

ABC's of California Boating (click)


BOAT SAFE AND SOBER

Alcohol and drug use have been cited as contributing factors in many boating injuries, accidents and fatalities. Studies indicate that the effects of alcohol and drugs are more pronounced when operating a boat.

Alcohol and/or drug use combined with wind, increased noise levels, vibration, wave action and sun glare have been shown to have a tremendous adverse influence on judgement and response times. It is unlawful to operate a recreational vessel while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Under California State law, a person with a blood alcohol level of .08% or greater is considered to be under the influence.


Carbon Monoxide DANGERS

Carbon Monoxide Hazards on Recreational Boats

Carbon Monoxide - uscgboating.org



Have a fun and safe visit
to Shasta Lake!


  • Boat Safe and Sober.


  • Wear sunscreen or you will likely get fried to a crisp.


  • Swim safe and don't swim alone.


  • Don't jump from houseboat to houseboat. You could easily die this way, seriously.


  • Keep children well supervised and properly equipped with personal flotation devices (life jackets).


  • Boaters must watch for debris, underwater obstacles and shallow areas. Most are not marked.


  • Always remember to have an orange ski flag up when your riders are down in the water. Watch out for other riders who are down in the water. Also watch for ski ropes in the water.


  • Don't ride on the bow of the boat (this includes patio boats).


  • Remember light-colored clothing, hats, sunscreen, sunglasses and drinking water.


  • A beach towel for covering your legs from the sun works good, too.


  • Make sure the water is clear of swimmers and all people are accounted for before starting or moving any boat.


  • Buckle up and drive safely.


  • Never leave children or pets alone in closed vehicles. California can get VERY HOT. Vehicles can become too hot for pets and people even with the windows open.


  • Make sure your pets always have shade and fresh water.


  • It's a good idea to carry some drinking water in your vehicle for emergencies and traffic delays.


  • Don't wander off by yourself or onto random boats.


  • Keep hydrated. Drink water and/or Gatorade.


  • Bring water shoes. The shoreline is very rocky.


  • Don't swim from one island to another.


  • Don't use your houseboat's generator overnight. There is a risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.



  • These restrictions will be in place each year and will go into effect as water levels dictate.



    Sacramento Arm:

    Salt Creek Inlet -
    will be closed to all towing activities when water levels reach 70'-80' down from the high water mark/line. A "No Ski" buoy will be located at the entrance to the inlet.

    Gooseneck Cove/Little Sugarloaf Creek - a "No Ski" buoy will be placed closing the entire North end of the Sacramento Arm to all towing activities. This will be in effect when water levels reach 90'-100' down from the high water mark/line.

    Sugarloaf Marina/Antlers Marina - a "5 MPH" buoy will be placed just South of the Marinas and limit speed for the entire North end of the Sacramento Arm. "5 MPH" will be the maximum speed North for all vessel traffic when the water reaches 90'-100' down from the high water mark/line.

    McCloud Arm:

    Dekkas Rock -
    a "No Ski" buoy will be placed closing the entire North end of the McCloud Arm to all towing activities above Dekkas Rock. This will be in effect when water levels reach 90'-100' down from the high water mark/line.

    Squaw Creek Arm:

    Chain Gang Gulch -
    a "No Ski/5 MPH" buoy will be placed closing all towing activity and requiring operation of 5 MPH North to the end of the Squaw Creek Arm. This will be in place when the water reaches 90'-100' down from the high water mark/line.

    Pit River Arm:

    Jones Valley Inlet -
    a "No Ski/5 MPH" buoy will be positioned at the entrance to the inlet closing this area to all towing activities and reduced speed. This will be in effect when the water reaches 90'-100' down from the high water mark/line.



    "IF IT'S YOUR BOAT, IT'S YOUR RESPONSIBILITY!!!!!!"

    "ALCOHOL AND WATER DON'T MIX!!!!!"

    Towing Activity - any activity where a passenger(s) is located outside the vessel and a rope is used for towing. (Wake surfing, wake boarding, tubing, water skiing, air chair, etc...)

    5 MPH Zone - any area clearly marked requiring a vessel to travel at less that 5 MPH/No wake zone.



    Quagga/Zebra Mussel info
    California Department of Fish and Game
    INFORMATION LINE 1-866-440-9530, FROM 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M.



    Quagga/Zebra Mussels

    (July 29, 2008) Currently there aren't any boat inspections or sticker requirements at Shasta Lake for Quagga/Zebra Mussels. There is always a possibility that boats could be inspected at Shasta Lake but so far this isn't occurring as far as I know.

    A few days before Memorial Day weekend the California Department of Fish and Game conducted a boat inspection at the Cottonwood truck scales just south of Redding (near the town of Cottonwood). The inspection was publicized in the media many days in advance.

    Boaters are being encouraged to clean, drain and dry their boats. Here's some info that I copied from a California Department of Fish and Game .pdf file....

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    Be aware that transferring a boat that has been in infested waters will allow the spread of quagga mussels, or the closely related zebra mussels.

    - Thoroughly wash the hull of each fishing boat, sailboat, or personal watercraft once it leaves the water. This is especially important if the vessel has been moored for more than a day.

    - Use hot water from a high-pressure hose when possible during all cleaning operations. The use of chlorine in the cleaning process is also recommended.

    - Thoroughly wash any watercraft trailer used to remove a boat from a lake, river or waterway. Use hot water from a high-pressure hose when possible, or use chlorine in the cleaning process.

    - Physically inspect all exposed surfaces. The presence of quagga mussels will feel like sandpaper to the touch.

    - Remove aquatic plants from boat, motor and trailer. Check all underwater fittings and equipment, such as rollers, axle, bilge and trailer, and above water equipment, such as anchors, live wells, and docks. Place aquatic plants in trash if possible.

    - Drain any lake or river water from equipment including the motor, bilges, live wells, bait buckets, and coolers. Ensure all drained areas are dry.

    - Ensure the watercrafts lower outboard unit is drained and dry.

    - Dispose of unwanted live bait on shore or in trash.

    - Any vessel traveling from Lake Mead, Lake Mohave, Lake Havasu, the Colorado River, or lakes that receive water from the Colorado Aqueduct, including: Lake Skinner (Riverside County), Lake Mathews (Riverside County), San Vicente Reservoir (San Diego County), Dixon Lake (San Diego County), Lower Otay Reservoir (San Diego County), Miramar Reservoir (San Diego County) and Lake Murray (San Diego County) should remain dry and out of water for five days.

    - For personal watercraft, impeller areas can contain quagga and zebra mussels and aquatic plants. Once upon the trailer, run the engine for five to 10 seconds to blow out excess water, mussels and plants. Before leaving water access, inspect and remove any mussels or plants from intake, steering nozzle, hull, and trailer.

    - Exercise patience at Department of Fish and Game vehicle checkpoints and Department of Food and Agriculture border inspection stations.

    Link to original .pdf file...
    What boaters can do to stem the spread of invasive quagga/zebra mussels

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    For more info you can call this phone number or visit the website.....

    Quagga/Zebra Mussel information
    California Department of Fish and Game
    INFORMATION LINE 1-866-440-9530, FROM 8 A.M. TO 5 P.M.
    Quagga and Zebra Mussels


    Boating Safety Links

    Shasta County Sheriff Boating Safety Unit

    California Department of Boating and Waterways

    ABCs of the California Boating Law
    Adobe Acrobat (PDF) files

    Boating Safety and Education

    Some "Water Traffic Markers" on Shasta Lake

    Current Water Level (Lake level)

    Shasta Lake water level maps (click and go to bottom of page)


    Most Common Boating Violations
    Encountered on Shasta Lake:

    Equipment Violations

  • Properly fitting PFDs (Personal Flotation Devices-life jackets) for each person on board.
  • One Coast Guard approved throwable, cushion or life preserver (ring) required on all vessels under 16' to have type I, II, III or V, including canoes and kayaks
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Navigation lights
  • Backfire flame arrestor
  • Ski flag
  • Ventilation system
  • Sounding devices
  • Muffling system

    Speeding Violations

  • Five mph areas
  • Nighttime operation exceeding 15 mph
  • Skiing in no ski areas
  • Reckless and negligent boat operation
  • Bow riding

    Underage Operators

  • An operator must be sixteen years or older to operate a motorboat of more than 15 hp. This includes the operation of PWC's. Operators between the ages of 12 and 15 must be supervised by an adult 18 years old or older.

    Reckless and Negligent Operation

  • Intoxicated operators with a blood alcohol level of .08 or more. Alcohol is involved in 39% of all fatal boating accidents in the state of California.



    COMMONLY VIOLATED LAWS
    SHASTA COUNTY ORDINANCES
    SCO 12.24.070 Water-skiing in restricted areas, posted
    SCO 12.24.090 5 MPH Zones
  • Within 100' of shore or moored vessel
  • Within 200' of launch ramp, boat dock or moorage area
  • Any posted 5 MPH zone
  • SCO 12.24.110 Racing prohibited
    SCO 12.24.120 Nighttime speed limit 15 MPH 30 minutes after sunset
    SCO 12.24.130 Waste Disposal / Littering
    SCO 12.24.140 Anchoring vessel in heavily traveled channel prohibited
    SCO 12.24.150 Prohibited boating areas as posted
    SCO 12.24.160 Channel swimming prohibited
    SCO 8.12.010 Fireworks Prohibited
    HARBOR & NAVIGATION CODE
    H&N 655(a) Reckless & Negligent Operation (Misdemeanor)
  • Bow, Gunwale or Transom riding
  • Multiple violations
  • H&N 655(b) & (c) Boating Under the Influence
    PERSONAL WATERCRAFT
    H&N 655.7(a) Lanyard-type cutoff engine switch required
    H&N 655.7(c) Wake jumping within 100' of another vessel
    H&N 655.7(d) Operation between Sunrise and Sunset
    H&N 658.3(c) Personal Floatation Device (PFD) required
    LIFE JACKET / PERSONAL FLOATATION DEVICE (PFD)
    H&N 658.3(a) PFD required less than 13 years old
    SKIING
    H&N 658(a) Ski observer required - 12 years or older
    H&N 658(b) Skiing between Sunset and Sunrise prohibited
    H&N 658.3(c) Skier required to wear PFD
    H&N 658.7(a) Ski flag required to display
    H&N 681 Teak Surfing prohibited
    REGISTRATION
    VC 9850 Expired Registration
    VC 9853.2 Registration Card on-board
    CCR T14 190.01 Display of Registration sticker
    EQUIPMENT
    CCR T14 6600.1 Lights required Sunset to Sunrise
    CCR T14 6565 PFD required for each occupant
    OTHER CODES
    B&P 25662 Minor in possession of alcohol (must be at least 21 years old)
    PC 272 Contributing to the delinquency of a minor (18 years old)
    H&S 12677 Possession of Fireworks
    H&S 11357(b) Possession of Marijuana - less than 1 oz.
    PC 369(i) Trespass on Railroad Property
    F&G 7145(a) Fishing License


    Boating Regulations
    Shasta Lake Station
    Shasta Lake Unit
    Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area
    Shasta-Trinity National Forest

    Registration and Permits... All vessels must be registered and numbered except boats propelled manually, sail boats eight feet or less in length without other means of propulsion, and certain public vessels. Out of state registration is valid for 90 days. In addition, some boats, such as houseboats, require a Forest Service permit to be on the lake in excess of 30 days per calendar year. This restriction applies primarily to boats equipped for overnight use. Contact the Shasta Lake District Office or the Shasta-Trinity National Forest Supervisor's Office during business hours for more information on this subject

    General Rules... The boat operator is responsible for knowing the laws and regulations governing Shasta Lake, boat operations, and the conduct of passengers in the boat. The law shall not prevent common sense precautions which may be required by the ordinary practice of seamen or by special circumstances. The operator must know the proper procedures in the event of a boating accident.

    Reckless or Negligent Operation... includes riding on the bow, gunwale or transom of a boat when underway if there is no protective railing; maneuvering towed skiers or other devices, so as to pass the towline over another vessel; navigating a towing vessel and it's tow; and operating under the influence of intoxicants or drugs. Other actions such as speeding or skiing in confined or restricted areas or "buzzing" or "wetting down" others can also be construed to be reckless or negligent operation.

    Speed... is limited to five (5) miles per hour within 100 feet of swimmers (not skiers), and 200 feet of swimming beaches, landings, boat ramps, and docks. Many coves are restricted to five miles per hour by buoy. The night time speed limit of fifteen (15) miles per hour is in effect from 1/2 hour after sunset to 1/2 hour before sunrise.

    Water-skiing... is prohibited from sunset to sunrise. Water-skiing is prohibited in the Pit Arm above Brown's Canyon and on the Sacramento Arm upstream from Middle Salt Creek Inlet near Lakehead and in Salt Creek Inlet. Additional areas of the lake are closed to water-skiing when substantial drawdowns occur. These vary with the extent of the drawdown and are marked by buoys. In addition to the operator, there must be another person at least 12 years old in a position to watch the person being towed. Watercraft operators must be 16 years of age. If there is a 3rd person in the boat, a person between the ages of 12 - 15 can operate a boat or personal watercraft only under the direct supervision of someone 18 years of age or older. The 18 year old must be attentive and supervising and not be an observer.

    Special Regulations for Personal Watercraft...

    1. A lanyard must be attached between the watercraft and the operator or operator's clothing

    2. The operator of a personal watercraft cannot jump a wake within 100 feet of a boat.

    3. Personal watercraft cannot be driven towards another vessel.



    Engine Noise... must be muffled or otherwise prevented from exceeding 82 dB(A) noise levels when recorded at a distance of 50 feet. Boats manufactured before January 1, 1978 may run at levels up to 86 dB(A). Authorities generally agree that unbaffled exhaust pipes can not meet the above standards.

    Sanitation... on the lake prohibits discharges from holding tanks. Shasta lake is a "no discharge" lake. Tanks must be sealed. Emptying holding tanks anywhere (including at Floating Toilets) other than at approved marina pumping stations is prohibited.

    Moorage... is not permitted at Forest Service courtesy docks in excess of fifteen minutes. Vessels 26' or longer are not allowed to dock at Forest Service courtesey docks. Residential occupancy is not permitted at marinas. Some shoreline areas are closed to public use; moorage is prohibited in these areas. Boats may not be left unattended for more than 24 hours except at approved marinas and docks. Boats may not camp within 200 feet of a developed recreation site.

    Fire Permits... are required during fire season (usually May through October) when using hibachis, portable stoves, barbecues, or campfires on the shoreline, or on board when the boat is touching the shoreline. Fire permits are not required for stoves, ranges, or lighting devices built into the vessel, nor are they required for campfires in developed campgrounds.

    REQUIRED EQUIPMENT:

    Flotation Devices... All boats must have wearable flotation devices for everyone on board. In addition, ALL boats over 16' must have one throwable flotation device for the boat. The flotation devices must be in serviceable condition: i.e. no broken straps, missing hardware, or missing or faced approval numbers. Wearable devices must be in the proper sizes for the occupants and immediately available. The throwable device must be stowed to allow immediate access.

    Persons being towed, such as skiers, are considered on board and are included in the number of flotation devices required. On all boats over 16' (except canoes and kayaks), the flotation devices must be a wearable type (Types I, II, or III). On boats over 16' one throwable (Type IV) is required.



    FIRE EXTINGUISHER REQUIREMENTS:

    Fire Extinguishers... are required on all motorboats 26' long or less with enclosed gas tanks or enclosed engines. They must be approved for marine use and at least B-I in size. (see below)

    For vessels without extinguisher systems...

    Boat LengthRequirement
    less than 26'1 B-I
    26' to 40'2 B-II or 1 B-II
    40' to 65'3 B-I or 1 B-II + 1 B-I


    Ventilation and Backfire Flame Control Devices are required on all boats except outboards. Horns or Whistles are required on vessels 16' or longer and all vessels must have some means of making an efficient sound signal other than voice. Running Lights are required on all vessels between sunset and sunrise. Manually propelled vessels must have at least one hand held white light. The design, size and number of each of the above devices is dictated by the type and size of the vessel. See "The ABCs of California Boating Law" for specific requirements.

    Boating on Shasta Lake is regulated by State and Federal Boating Laws, County Ordinances, and Orders issued by the Supervisor of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. For questions regarding boating laws, contact the Shasta County Sheriff's Boating and Safety Unit at Shasta Lake.

    (version 3/2003)



    The Shasta County Sheriff's Boating Safety Unit office/headquarters is located at Bridge Bay Resort on Shasta Lake. Map showing Bridge Bay Resort
    (The phone numbers below are for the Boating Safety Unit and not Bridge Bay Resort.)

    Shasta County Sheriff's Boating Safety
    (530) 245-6075
    FAX (530) 245-6076

    Shasta County Sheriff Boating Safety Unit

    Picture of a Shasta County Sheriff Patrol Boat





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