hunt map 5. A5. A7. A8-508.pdf

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hunt map 5. A5. A7. A8-508.pdf

Map of hunt areas near Alviso, showing hunter check-in station near the southeast corner of Pond A3W, near the Sunnyvale Treatment Plant. Ponds open to hunting with a permit include AB1, A2E, AB2, A3N, A3W, A6, A5, A7, A8N, and A8S. No hunt blinds are available in ponds north of Alviso Slough or in Pond A4, south of Guadalupe Slough. No hunting is allowed along portions of the Alviso Slough and Guadalupe Slough levees, but is allowed along A7 and A5 levees. Vehicle access is from Gold Street to Levee A8S.

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