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retired_atc

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Watching KWTV in OKC tonight and they had a report of several alligators at lake Texoma. The game rangers wanted folks to know it's illegal to shoot them. Did a little checking on Google and read about sightings around Cumberland Cove. That's north of Hwy 70. Has anyone heard about them being south of Hwy 70?

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Yep, said, "11&12footers, now that a big gator even in fla. Hay, Phil , I'll pull you around on ski over around the dike, we could troll for gator's, lol

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Some time back, one was removed from the south Platter sand beach. I can't remember when or how big it was.
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I got yer trolllin'!

[wink] that sounds like a good spot for your kayak, they'll never see you with all that camo on it.
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Yep, I've got those duck in big bottom fooled, they try and land on the island,and then I come out and blast their bottoms. Will have to keep an eye out with warm weather for one of those gator's, looking for red eyes@4am, is no fun, hope they don't think the dog is bait, the €€€€ would hit the fan, if something happen to that dog.
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I hate gators. If it were up to me, Texas policy would be one of extermination. We need a $50 bounty on every one of them.
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Every once in a while, the cast net produces something I wasn't expecting. If I happen to catch a gator, cast net and all are going right back in the lake.
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That makes me think twice about rapping the rope around hand when throwing net
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I have seen several of what I thought were gators out around Fob Bottom.  I didn't check them out though.
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Yep, one of the story,was about fob bottom. I use to duck hunt that area, waded all over there, TG, duck is in the winter, when they are in their holes. True story , man was throwing his cast net of a dock in Fl , before day light, hand the line tied around his wrist , made a through and trapped a full grown dolphin in his net, the Dolphin pulled him of the dock right into the water all most drown him, lesson learn, never tie the cast net rope in around your wrist, I use a loop around my wrist, can be slip of very easy
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