In the previous stories, you learned how they are heaved into the boat, and hopefully covered up with some kind of tarp or blanket for the ride to the landing. From there, either by truck or by boat, it’s time to go to the buying dock.
With the new nation-wide interest in swamp people, some of us bayou people are scratching our heads wondering how something so localized could have become the basis of the most-viewed show in the history of the History Channel.
Bayou Woman Reports on the local wild alligator harvest . . .
Bayou Woman has been back down to Grand Isle, alligator hunting, and boiling shrimp in just three days’ time!!!
and mud on my truck! Sing it with me now! Buh buh buuuuuh, buh buh buh buuuuuuh . . . . Okay, snapping back to the present and not the sixties, or was it early seventies? Against a negative feeling, I agreed to take Termite duck hunting at a different place this morning. Last night,…
Tenacious hunting teen