Alligator hunting is provided by this outfitter with over 30 years’ hunting and guiding experience. The hunts take place in the Gator’s prime habitat in the Lake Okeechobee area of the Everglades. The excursions are held at night on both public and private land, depending on the time of year. Sportsmen will be conducted by airboat through the swamps, lakes, and water retention areas to harvest the big Gators. These are wild and cunning gators, not farm-raised, so expect a fight. The minimum these dinosaurs can be hunted is 10 feet or larger. For the public land hunts, the outfitter can obtain your license and tags which will be ready for your arrival. Public land hunts are held only in August through November.
Bag Limit: 2
Hunting Dates: Year-round
Provided in most hunting packages is a stay one of their cabins. Each cabin has hardwood floors, bathrooms, twin beds, clean sheets, TVs, and 2 bedrooms. Meals are included. Larger groups will stay at a luxurious resort. These top of the line accommodations include a pool, sunk-in tub, double beds, dining area, and fully equipped kitchen.
Sportsmen will be conducted to the hunting grounds. Hunts are held by airboat, flat bottom boat, or off-road vehicles, which are all provided by the outfitter.
Alligator hunts are held in Units 406, 601, and 604 and Turkey hunts in Zone A, of Collier and Hendry Counties, Florida. Sportsmen will be conducted by airboat through the swamps, lakes, and water retention areas to harvest the big Gators. Wild Turkeys and Hogs traverse through crops, orange groves, swamps, ponds, and oak trees. The Duck hunts are held on over 400 acres of private marshland ranging from rice fields to millet. Mourning Dove hunting takes place over fields that have crops and ponds nearby.
Most hunting packages include trophy processing and preparation for the taxidermist. Your trophy can be transported locally to one of their highly recommended taxidermists. The Duck and Dove hunt package include the cleaning of your birds.
If you’re looking to find information on state rules, please see the Florida State regulations.