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According to Jeff Dute of AL.com, Mandy Stokes, husband John Stokes and brother-in-law Kevin Jenkins and his two kids caught this 15 feet long and 1,011.5 pound alligator in the Alabama River over the weekend. It's officially the biggest gator ever legally killed in the state of Alabama. John Stokes said...
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"The whole time we were out there, we thought we were in a 16-foot boat. So doing some comparison to the size of the boat, we figured the gator might be 13 feet,""Then Kevin found out it was a 17-foot boat, and we started looking at that gator again."
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3 Comments
poor gator, look how sad he looks. He was just minding his own business.
Reply23 months
How many pairs of boots can you make out of a gator that size?
Reply23 months
Choot em
Reply23 months
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