Got Gustav? Got Gators? — 6 Comments

  1. RenRed told me about Gustav last night. I know you will call upon your inner strength if and when needed.

    You know you’re welcome up here if you need to come this far north.

    Luv ya!

  2. Will be watching the news of Gustav, and know we are praying! But! We also know you are an old hand at handling all the storms! 🙂 Love you!

  3. About 3 or 4 tanks of gas up here to smallmouth country. Got Merlot?

    Gators? that’s real kewl. Keep safe.

    Gustav seems like a better name for a gator.

    Thanks for the invite, Blu. Don’t think I’ll go quite that far, though! Gustav the Gator! I think I feel a story coming on!

  4. Friends, I am still at my sister’s and getting closer to posting about the pre-Gustav gator hunt we made. I promise, it will be soon! And I have some great photos to share with you all.

    • Nick, considering you are asking a serious question (you’re new here!) I will give you a serious answer. It’s not something you can “get it on”. It’s something your family would have done for generations. You either have to own enough marshes OR hold the lease to enough marshland in order to be issued tags from the landowner in conjunction with the dept. of wildlife and fisheries. Sad to say, but you can not make a living off this type of hunting. It is only for one month out of the year, and the price per alligator has dropped down to between $6 and $18 a foot. But it would be challenging, right?

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