A Good Guided Gator Hunting In Louisiana

By Mattie Knight


A Louisiana gator is one of the largest reptiles in United States with the population of the reptiles approximating to over 1.4 million gators. Many of these creatures live around commercial farms. If you want to try reptile hunting in Louisiana, you should try it only in the month of September every year. The Department of Wildlife and Fisheries in the city set the dates. Every hunter in the city uses guided gator hunting in Louisiana.

Hunting in this coastal region is only permitted to the licensed hunters. Any hunter must lease or possess a land that t is mostly classified as wetland habitat. The Wildlife authorities issue the harvest tags to all the owners of these habitats. Guides are then issued to hunt and the hunters who are accredited are engaged along on the trips.

The non-resident hunters who have leased or owned land in the city use Hunter Licenses and are mostly accompanied by guides who have valid tags. They aid them in accessing the best habitats on the marshes. They are able to take you to the unsurpassed habitats with the biggest catch. In these habitats, one can get an 8 feet long catch also known as the trophy alligator. Harvest tags should be put on them. Taxidermy is not incorporated in cost of trip.

Overnight lodging may sometimes be included in trips. Some guiding companies may take the hunter for day trips; others may choose to take them for weekend trips in coastal regions. Weekend trips in coastal habitats involve overnight camping. An example of the weekend camp is the Yellow Bayou Camp. In addition, various hotels offer accommodation service. Overnight trip accommodations are accessible in various camps such as Wildlife Lodge and Savvane Waterfowl. Other camps like Provost Adventures specialize in trips of hunters only.

Orientations are made before any hunt is made. The animal may be harvested during either sunrise or sunset only. The daily allowance is the same as the tags that the hunter has. Hunters are not restricted to any size of reptile to hunt. The reptiles may be harvested by use of bow and arrow, hook and line and firearms. Shotguns are however not permitted in the process.

Non-residents can hunt the animal as a Sport hunter but the guide must accompany them. The guide must have valid tags. The non-resident can be issued with a tag in case he has leased a land and has done the proper presentation of their information in their documents.

A Sport Hunter License in Louisiana for residents may cost less than the cost of non-residents. Louisiana City is the king when it comes to this reptile harvests with the hunters harvesting over 30,000 wild gators annually. Farmers are able to harvest over 280,000.

Some products of the reptile such as hides can be sold to licensed fur buyers or dealers. Many of these animals are sold wholly to fur dealers at processing facilities. Buyers can arrange to obtain meat, skins and mounts of the trophy from the hunters. The Gator Management Program in LA gives a very impressive testament of reptile hunting in marshes and swamps at the city.




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