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Military training shrinks hunt area

August 31, 2004|Ashley Powers

Military training at Camp Roberts will shrink the area accessible to deer, dove and wild pig hunters and limit people allowed to track game at the base north of Paso Robles.

An area called East Garrison is the only section open today through Monday for 50 to 100 hunters a day, says Department of Fish and Game biologist Jeff Cann. Entry is first-come, first-served. The restrictions don't affect anglers, who can fish on Wednesday, the start of the general dove hunting season.

The 10-day hunt at the state's largest Army National Guard base began Saturday and generally attracts 1,200 to 1,500 hunters. For updates, call the camp's information line at (805) 238-8167.

-- Ashley Powers

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