Watch out for those ‘gators!
Alligator hunting is big-time fun for some people. This year 4,406 permits to hunt alligators are being issued statewide. Each permit allows for 2 alligators so people who want to snag an additional gator have to also buy an additional permit.
Hunting is allowed 1/2 hour before sunrise to 1/2 hour after sunrise and the dates allowed for hunting are sometime between August 15th and November 1st, depending on the permit. Hunting alligators is usually accomplished from a small boat. Often the alligator is larger than the boat; the alligator which looks lifeless may not, in fact, be dead. All this is costly: a license is $272 for residents, $1,022 for non-residents, and a guide for this thrill starts at $1,200. See more. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission estimates 3,400 alligators in Lake Toho alone.
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