Becoming an Alligator Trapper: Exciting Opportunity for Tiffiny and her Husband

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  • DJ's avatar

    Do you trap them and move them somewhere else or trap and then harvest them?

  • Tiffiny's avatar

    @DJ Because of the healthy alligator population in Florida and because relocated alligators typically return to their home area, nuisance alligators are harvested.

  • Appalachian's avatar

    That's sweet! You guys catch em on baited lines or are there bona-fide gator traps? As a semi retired fur trapper all sorts of ideas and methods jump to mind, like oversized conibears, snares, big no. 5 footholds on drowner rigs. Sounds alot like fun!

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    @Appalachian Several options: Baited lines with buoys, air bow, run and harpoon, fan-cast and hook.

  • Appalachian's avatar

    @Tiffiny Harpooning one sounds awesome!

  • DJ's avatar

    Do you get to keep the gator? If so that would be awesome

  • Ethan's avatar

    That’s too cool! Send me some meat I’ve always wanted to try 🤪😂

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Tiffiny S


(IG: @lolaofthesouth) Education and Outreach Coordinator (N.onT.ypical Outdoorsman Inc.) Florida Ambassador (Artemis Sportswomen) FL Alligator Trapping Agent

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