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Florida Won’t Repeat Public Python Hunt Next Year

A public hunt for Burmese pythons in Florida’s Everglades won’t be repeated next year, a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokeswoman said Monday (Nov 18). Instead, the state is beefing up established programs that train licensed hunters and people who regularly work in areas known to contain pythons to kill or report exotic snakes.

LAKE SEMINOLE MONSTER

The new 13-foot, 10 3⁄4-inch Georgia state record alligator would still be swimming in Lake Seminole if it hadn’t been for a last-minute change of plans the evening of Sept. 25.

Locating Your Trophy Buck

As deer season swings into high gear, here are some tips to help you find your trophy buck this year.

Georgia Hunters Tag 13-foot, 10 ¾-inch Record Gator

The new 13-foot, 10 ¾-inch Georgia state record alligator would still be swimming in Lake Seminole if it hadn’t been for a last-minute change of plans the evening of Sept. 25.

A Not So Ducky Idea

Is there any doubt that the TV hit Duck Dynasty is a huge success? Whether it’s the zany cast of family and friends, the masterful scripting, slick editing or finally a show that promotes family values without relentless profanity, immorality or even twerking, it has captivated the attention of this nation like no other “reality” show has.

Archery Hunting Tips

Fall is here, and with it comes squirrel, rabbit and deer (archery) seasons. Hunters need to know that mosquitoes will probably be everywhere, so repellants and thermocells are going to be a handy item to keep in the backpack. It is very important to know that if you're using repellants that contain DEET, please keep that product away from gun surfaces, as it will discolor or remove certain coatings, making for a messy cleanup or repair.
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