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stickgunner
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Hey guys,
Any thoughts on who to contact for a Gator hunt here in the states? Florida, Missip?

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Benjy
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There has been a gator hunt donated on the St Judes auction the last couple of years. It has gone for a very reasonable price. It is in Florida.

You have to draw for tags her in SC, it usually takes 2 to 3 years to get a tag.

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MikeNova
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I shot a gator her in SC two years ago I used Taylor outdoors. Fun Hunt!
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IndianaBowman
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Give me a PM. I've done it on my own for several years in Florida.
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Bisch
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I shot this guy, here in TX, but if you are having to travel (and for the sheer numbers) I would look in Florida.

11' 1", 390lbs

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great for shoes !!!
congratulations !
what are your bow and arrows ?

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Awesome Gator!
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Stumpknocker
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I agree that FL will be your easiest option. Georgia has a lottery and I had a tag a few years ago. Hoping for another soon.

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Trumpkin the Dwarf
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Dang Bisch...that thing is huge!

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longrifle346
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They're like flies and love bugs in Florida, thicker than you can count in the right waters....

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Always wanted to do this hunt... [pray]

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As previously stated, Georgia's hunt is a draw system. Thanks to the silly gator shows on the TV, our system is bogged down with applicants that draw tags and never even go. I guide in Georgia and we have a LOT of gators. Florida is a great option with a better chance of a tag.

Very nice gators Bisch and Stumpknocker.

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Those are some big Gators!!!!!!!!!!!!
And nice bow!

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duncan idaho
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What were you guys using? bow #, arrow?, etc..

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Lucas K
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Anyone know how Louisana works, thought they had lots of Gators?

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Lucas Kent

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