Hunters in Mississippi broke a state record for the heaviest alligator ever bagged, kicking off the season with two monster catches. Dustin Bockman of Wisconsin and two hunting buddies bagged the 727-pound 13-foot-long beast on Sunday, …
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 …
VICKSBURG, Mississippi -- Just three days into the start of Mississippi alligator hunting season ... were hunting in the Mississippi River Saturday night when they ventured upon a 727-pound, 13 foot, four 1/2 inch gator. The previous …
Beth Trammell of Madison, Miss., and her team caught one large alligator. The alligator is 13-feet and 5.5 inches and weighs 723.5 pounds. It broke the previous record of 697.5 pounds.
ventured with his brother and friend into the Mississippi River by motorboat early Saturday night and emerged with a 727-pound record breaker that was 13 feet, 4.5 inches long… Brockman said that it took two hours after hooking the …
A group of hunters have smashed the Mississippi state record for the largest alligator ever caught. The 727 pound reptile, which took two hours to kill and six to reel in, was amateur hunter Dustin Bockman’s very first catch. The male animal …
CLAIBORNE COUNTY, Miss. (CNN) - Alligator hunters in Mississippi hauled in a record-breaking reptile this past weekend - a 727 pound gator! It was the second record-breaker caught this past weekend, and it's only the beginning …
A group of men in Mississippi have made a record-setting kill in the state’s annual alligator hunting season, bagging a 727-pound (330-kilogram) reptile on Monday. Dustin Brockman of Vicksburg, Miss., was after the 13-foot-long gator for …
Dustin Bockman, a UPS driver from Vicksburg, Miss., now holds the current record for catching the heaviest alligator at 727 pounds. He tells WLBT’s Bert Case that the hunt for the giant reptile, measuring over 13 feet, took more than four …