CBH/SAA Small Game Records

For more information about CBH/SAA Small Game Records, please contact the Small Game Club Chairman using the information below. You may also fill out the form provided to request information and send a sample of your small game animal.

View Records Small Game Rules/Small Game Club Application Small Game Species List

J Barr

Questons: wbwestmark@sbcglobal.net

Telephone: (949) 212-9150

Flu-Flu Arrows

A flu-flu arrow is a type of arrow specifically designed to travel a short distance. Such arrows are particularly useful when shooting at aerial or elevated targets where the arrow must be restricted on how far it will travel. Another advantages of these arrows is that they are easier to find if you miss the intended target.

A flu-flu is an arrow with fletching normally made of four (4), or more, sections of uncut feathers glued to the back end of the arrow shaft, in front of nock, and can be in line with the shaft. Or it can be (2 or more) spiraled around the back end if the arrow shaft in front of the nock. In either case, the excessive fletching serves to create more drag and slow the arrow down rapidly.

See 2022-2023 "California Waterfowl Upland Game Public Use" for more information about Bow Hunting Waterfowl.

See 507. Provisions Related To The Taking Of Anything IN THE AIR… PERCHED or INFLIGHT.

Please read all Section 502 Regulations before entering into the field.

As defined in Section 502:

(a) Authorized Method

(1) Bow and Arrows with flu-flu fletching

Congratulations Karen Keating on harvesting her first bull frog and submitting it in to add to your small game species list.

Darick Roney # 90

I would like to share some EXCITING NEWS with you. Darick Roney has harvested his 90th Small Game species!

Congratulations Darick!

Brad Grap # 27

Bagger Down

Jack Roney

Jack Roney strikes again. This is Jack’s 42nd species harvested with archery equipment. He just needs 8 more species to reach 50 and by doing that Jack will be the “1st youngest” archer in earning the rank of double eagle award. Congratulations Jack on taking this Beautiful Yellow Fin Croaker.

Brad Grap

Brad Grap was able to harvest his 50th species with his bow & flu flu arrows this September of 2022. In earning him his double eagle award. Please join me in congratulating him on this outstanding achievement.

Amanda Duchardt

Congratulations to Amanda Duchardt on her Bull Frog harvested for her small game species

Brandon Maynard

Congratulations Brandon Maynard for harvesting and recording his fox to the small game record book.

Brad Grap

We don’t need no stinking shotguns” Says Brad Grap while holding his HUGE Canadian Honker he harvested with his bow and flu flu during the regular waterfowl season. Congratulations Brad on another small game species to add on your growing list in earning your double eagle award

Congradulations to Brad Grap on adding an Eurasian to his growing Small Game Species list.

Congratulations to Wayne Raupe on his Prussian Carp 49th small game animal taken with his bow.

Congratulations to Travis Scott on his addition “Striped Skunk” to his growing list of small game animals taken. Proves that if you aim small you can hit small. Congratulations Travis.

Congratulations to Richard Corona in taking these three species and earning his way to reach 35 species to achieve the golden eagle award.


Ground Squirrel

White Tailed Antelope Squirrel