Georgia Alligator Hunting

By Drew Hall | August 15, 2009

Beat the Learning Curve This Alligator Season

The alligator has roamed this planet for millions of years. It has gone from predator to prey and…

By Nick Carter | October 1, 2008

State Record Gator Boated on Blackshear

Shane Wilson of Cataula had never been drawn for a gator tag before. Neither had two of the…

By Daryl Gay | November 1, 2007

Woman Killed By Alligator In Georgia’s First Recorded Fatal Attack

An elderly Canadian woman was attacked and killed by an 8-foot alligator on Skidaway Island Friday, Oct. 5,

By Daryl Gay | October 24, 2007

Woman Killed By Alligator In Georgia’s First Recorded Fatal Attack

An elderly Canadian woman was attacked and killed by an 8-foot alligator on Skidaway Island Friday, Oct. 5,…

By Capt. Bert Deener | August 5, 2007

South Georgia Gator Hunt

The population rebound of the American alligator is one of the great wildlife stories of my lifetime. I

By Daryl Gay | June 7, 2007
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Adventures With Alligator Trapper Jack Douglas

Perhaps only if you’ve been there can you appreciate the dank, damp darkness of a river swamp in

By GON Staff | November 2, 2006

Georgia Alligator Hunting Results

Alligator pictures continued to pour into the GON office last month as hunters with coveted gator tags continued

By GON Staff | October 1, 2006

13-foot, 4-inch Seminole Gator Kicks Off 2006 Gator Season

Fifty-five minutes after the 2006 alligator season began, Peter Martin of Decatur harpooned one of the largest gators…

By Daryl Kirby | June 16, 2006

Go For Gator!

Last summer when a gator permit arrived in the mailbox, a great, grand adventure was hatched. An endless…

By Daryl Kirby | April 27, 2006

Georgia Alligator Hunting Adventure

Folks who had been on an alligator hunt said it would be intense, unlike anything we had ever…