However, Mississippi Alligator program coordinator Ricky Flynt tells WLBT TV that one hour after he certified Trammell's record, he certified another record-breaking gator. Dustin Bockman, a UPS driver from Vicksburg, took the 727-pound
Here's something nightmarish to start your week with: As alligator hunting season begins in Mississippi, the state …
Dustin Brockman of Vicksburg, ventured into the night with his brother and friend, creeping along the Mississippi River …
Dustin Bockman, a UPS driver from Vicksburg, took the 727-pound alligator in the Mississippi River in Claiborne County. It was 13-feet, 4.5-inches long. The current length record remains 13-feet, 6.5-inches. That alligator was taken on the …
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - During the first weekend of Mississippi's alligator season a hunting party held the weight record for an alligator taken in the state. But the record only lasted about an hour. Beth Trammell took a 13-foot, 5.5-inch …
Multiple Mississippi state records for alligator hunting was broken twice within a day after two humongous hauls, WLBT-TV reported on Monday. “He broke all the lines we could put in him,” Dustin Bockman told WLBT about the 727-pound
CLAIBORNE COUNTY, Miss. – Alligator hunters in Mississippi hauled in a record-breaking reptile, a 727-pound gator. It was the second record-breaker caught this past weekend and it’s only the beginning of state’s alligator season. The …
For roughly one hour, a 723.5-pound gator caught in Madison on Sunday held the state's record for heaviest alligator until a group of hunters from Claiborne County shot a 727-pound monster. The previous record holder weighed 697.5 …
Beth Trammell of Madison took the title for Mississippi’s heaviest alligator with her 723.5-pound harvest, only to be …
Mississippi alligators gained worldwide attention last September when brothers Dustin and Ryan Bockman and their friend Cole Landers, all of Warren County, caught a 727-pound alligator in the Mississippi River near Port Gibson, breaking …