Florida Hunters Take A 15 Foot Long 800 Pound Alligator That Had Been Eating Their Cattle

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Florida Hunters Take A 15 Foot Long 800 Pound Alligator That Had Been Eating Their Cattle

Lee Lightsey, the owner of Outwest Farms in Okeechobee, Florida and alligator hunting guide, Blake Godwin, found this giant alligator just kickin’ it in one their cattle ponds while they were out on a guided alligator hunt on April 2, 2016. The men claim that the alligator had been eating a bunch of farm’s cattle. This monster alligator measured just under 15 feet and weighed in well over 800 pounds. Outwest Farms has been guiding hunting trips for alligators, wild boar, and turkey down in Florida for the last 18 years and Lee Lightsey posted on his website that he has been hunting gators all his life and that he largest alligator they had ever taken before was just a little bit over 14 feet feet long and this one was way bigger than that – Blake Godwin said. “It is hard to believe that something this big exists in the wild,” Godwin said. “Hunting is a way of life for us and we are very proud of it!” These hunters plan to donate the monster alligator’s meat to charity and have the alligator sent to the taxidermist to display at hunting shows and expos. After this check out all of these rattlesnakes a few Texas hunters found under their deer blind. Be sure to follow Man Stuff on Google+.

Florida Hunters Take A 15 Foot Long 800 Pound Alligator That Had Been Eating Their Cattle

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