A 9'6" gator and a 12'3" gator was taken by Team Sopchoppy, consisting of L. B. Brooks, Josh Lawhon, and Kyle Jones. The gators were captured near the area of Shell Point and Oyster Bay in Wakulla County.
According to Brooks, he was asked to go along on the excursion with his cousin Kyle. "I didn't think that much about it when Kyle asked me go with him, so I brought Josh along with me because he had done it before," said Brooks. "But when the time came and I was face to face with the beast, it all changed! Time to pull the trigger on the crossbow- here comes the adrenaline! Wow! That was just the beginning. Then you have the death roll, bang stick, loading the beast in the boat with YOU, its all 100 percent rush! I'm hooked!"
|Brooks, Lawhon and Jones Kids with Gators||Kyle Jones and L. B. Brooks with Gator|
|Kyle Jones, L. B. Brooks, and Josh Lawhon with Gators||Josh Lawhon and L. B. Brooks with Gators|
|L. B. Brooks and Kyle Jones with Gators|
Deer quota hunt worksheets for the St. Marks and St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuges’ 2012-13 hunt season are available online at www.myfwc.com/license/limited-entry-hunts.]]>
St. Vincent Archery - Nov. 16 - Nov. 19, 2011
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(Seasons and dates do not apply to wildlife management areas; Wakulla County is located in Zone D.)]]>