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Pre season Book at $3,000.00 per Trophy Gator hunter, Trophy Louisiana ALLIGATOR Hunting Regular $3750.00 PER Alligator Hunter, Hunt Wild Alligator near Lake Charles Louisiana.
* THE LOUISIANA Alligator Man Hunting Adventures TROPHY ALLIGATOR HUNTING on Louisiana 's Bayou Lacassine !
American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) The American alligator is a member of the crocodile family. It can be differentiated from a crocodile by its wider snout and its bottom teeth which do not show when its jaw is closed. Alligators are found throughout the Southeast in wetlands from the Carolinas to Texas and as far north as Arkansas. They consume fish, turtles and snails as well as small animals that come to the water's edge to drink. Young alligators feed primarily on insects, crustaceans, snails, and fish. Alligators benefit the marsh ecosystem by digging holes that hold fresh water during the dry season for fish, insects, crustaceans, snakes, turtles, birds and other animals. Older males may live 30 years or more and reach lengths of 14 feet, and weights of 1,000 pounds. Thirty years ago alligators were depleted from many parts of their range by market hunting and loss of habitat. Many people believed this reptile could never recover. In 1967, this species was listed as an endangered species which prohibited alligator hunting. Their numbers were monitored and by 1987 the American alligator was considered fully recovered and was subsequently removed from the Endangered Species List. However, trade in alligator skins or derived products is still regulated since some related species -- such as crocodiles and caimans -- are still in trouble.
Louisiana Alligator Hunting Season one month only, September Dates: September 4 thru October 4, 2013 Louisiana Alligator Season
Welcome to Wildlife and Fishing Guided Ventures Great Outdoor Tours and Louisiana Hunting Adventures at its best! Louisiana Monster Hunts, Big Mean Gnarly Alligators, Superior Trophy Typical Whitetail Deer Hunt or Monster Trophy Non Typical Whitetail Hunts, Guided Morning Duck and Goose Hunting and awesome Saturday Afternoon Dove Hunts all season.
|Season||Dates click above link||Daily Bag Limit||Possession Limit|
|Rails Hunt $150.00||King and Clapper||Sora and Virginia||King and Clapper||Sora and Virginia|
|15 in the aggregate||25 in the aggregate||30 in the aggregate||25 in the aggregate|
|Gallinules Hunt $150.00||15||30|
|Snipe Hunt $150.00||West Zone||East Zone|
|Woodcock Hunt $150.00||3||6|
|Guided Teal Duck (Blue-winged, Green-winged and Cinnamon only) $150.00||Sept.||6||18|
|Mourning, White-winged, fully dressed Eurasian Collared and Ringed-turtle Doves $125.00||North Zone||South Zone||15 in the aggregate||30 in the aggregate|
|Guided Duck Hunts, Coot Hunts and Merganser Hunts $150.00||West Zone||East Zone||See “Ducks and Coots” section for more details. 6 Bag limit|
|Guided Youth Waterfowl Hunts $100.00||Nov||Nov||6 Bag limit are the same as regular duck season. See “Ducks and Coots” section for more details.|
|Guided Light Geese Hunts (Snow, Blue, Ross') $175.00||Nov Dec||Nov||20||None|
|Guided White-fronted Goose Hunts (Specklebelly) $150.00||2||4|
|Guided Canada Goose Hunt $150.00||Dec||2 in aggregate with White-fronts|
Statewide Conservation Order for Light Geese
The Statewide Conservation Order for light geese, During this time, only snow, blue and Ross geese may be taken and daily bag and possession limits are eliminated. The use of electronic calls and unplugged shotguns is permitted. Shooting hours during the Conservation Order begin one-half hour before sunrise and extend until one-half hour after sunset.