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Alligator on Columbus Lake Mississippi

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By Ray - Posted on 21 May 2010

Here are a couple of pictures of the gator that has been hanging around in the north gravel pits up around Pointi Harbor where I live. My neighbor sent me these pictures.

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Ray you and charlie stay out of the water. Do you think its the mild winters we have had over the last several years, that they have moved up that far. Or its a pet someone turned loose? Woods

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Hey Woods not sure why they are doing so well. We had a the hardest freeze on the river this winter I have seen in several years but so far I have seen more gators on Columbus than ever before. I see one on just about every fishing trip. I keep feeding the wife's cat down by the river but no luck. I guess he is not very hungry.


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