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Field Safety Rules and Conditions

  1. New members must demonstrate that they can safely operate an aircraft to a club officer before they can fly solo at the club field.
  2. Mufflers must be used on ALL engines for size .10 cid. and up.
  3. The club noise limit is 100db measured per the AMA standard.
  4. No power flying before 10:00 AM on any day.
  5. All pilots MUST use the frequency control system, and keep their transmitters in the impound when not in use.
  6. No taxiing is allowed in the pit area. Pilots must physically guide aircraft in the pit area.
  7. Deliberately flying unsafely, or flying an aircraft in an unsafe condition, as determined by any club officer or instructor, will not be permitted.
  8. No takeoffs, flying, or landings are allowed over the pit area or spectators.
  9. No flying behind (north of) the flight line, which extends in both directions indefinitely, and no flying west of the paved access road.
  10. All takeoffs and landings will be in one direction, as established and agreed upon by the pilots currently using the field.
  11. The first turn after takeoff will be away from the pits and/or spectators.
  12. All pilots actually flying should stand at one of the four (4) designated flight stations.
  13. Deadstick aircraft have priority, followed by sailplanes, then followed by aircraft under power, when making landings.
  14. All aircraft that are not in operation should be in the pit area. Do not leave your plane on the flying portion of the field.
  15. Prolonged engine running on the ground should be conducted away from the pit area. When starting your engine, watch that your prop blast doesn’t blow dirt and dust on another plane. No breaking-in of engines on Fish and Game property.
  16. Guests may use the field for ONE flying session under the invitation and supervision of a member. Guests MUST be AMA members.
  17. Spectators should be kept behind the pit area.
  18. Parking should be in the designated areas only.
  19. No smoking in the pit area.
  20. All members of CMRCM Inc. are required to display their current CMRCM membership card on their person while at the CMRCM flying site.
  21. All radios manufactured before 1992 must be "gold-stickered", except for HAM 53MHz. There are no channel bans. If a frequency becomes a problem it will be posted.
  22. All members are asked to keep the pit and field areas clean. Take your trash home.
  23. As a courtesy to other flyers, frequency usage should be limited to 10 minutes.

Wildlife Management Area Regulations

  1. No person shall possess any alcoholic beverage except under permit, or dump or discard any can, bottle, or rubbish.
  2. No person shall remove vegetation, soil, or stones from any wildlife management area except under permit.
  3. No person shall use excessive speed in driving a vehicle.
  4. No person, unless under permit, shall drive or possess any vehicle except on roads or trails maintained for public travel.
  5. No person shall deface or molest any sign, building, or equipment.
  6. No person shall build or maintain a fire without written permission from the Director of the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, or his designated agent.
  7. No person shall camp within any wildlife management area without written permission from the Director of the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, or his designated agent.
  8. No person shall engage in target practicing without written permission from the Director of the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, or his designated agent.
  9. No person shall use any weapon other than shotgun or bow and arrow during the open season on upland game birds.
  10. No person shall hunt on any wildlife management area where pheasant or quail are stocked, before sunrise or after sunset during the open season on pheasant or quail.
  11. No person shall hunt during the pheasant or quail season on public shooting grounds, or wildlife management areas where pheasant or quail are stocked, without wearing a "hunter orange" cap or hat, except while night hunting for raccoon or while hunting from a blind or boat.
  12. No person, except under permit, shall dig or disturb any artifact or archaeological remains.
  13. The Director may make special regulations to handle special situations peculiar to wildlife management areas.