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Old 08-24-2015, 09:39 AM   #1
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Old 08-24-2015, 09:51 AM   #2
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Nice one ! Tim land and his hunters took a nice one last night, around 13 feet. I'm sure that he will post some pictures in a bit. How long was that one ,Try'n ?
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I think it was 13' 9".
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I just saw scootmans gator and he is a large specimen. Wow and congrats to Scootman, Tim and Scott.
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Yepper saw that Bama one on the news the other night!!! Alot of eating there!!!!
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Swamp People Needs to come film in Bama
Here is a 10-11 footer in Weiss Lake
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I have to say that these dudes, long or short are unwelcome around my dock where I may jump in to cool off - saw today in the FWC report where a woman lost her arm to a 9'er. I have a couple of 4'ers that were showing up after dark and now they are showing up late in the afternoon - I don't throw fish guts or anything in the water, is there any (legal) way to discourage them from coming around?
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I have to say that these dudes, long or short are unwelcome around my dock where I may jump in to cool off - saw today in the FWC report where a woman lost her arm to a 9'er. I have a couple of 4'ers that were showing up after dark and now they are showing up late in the afternoon - I don't throw fish guts or anything in the water, is there any (legal) way to discourage them from coming around?
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