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EXTREME Pest Control – Shooting Alligator in Texas

Welcome to Team Wild’s Varminators. This week we’re in Texas, with the guys from L3 Outdoors. And they & # 39. Ve got an extra special job on.. With an extra-large case of vermin. Control. Josh has had a call from one of his regular client and there’s, a gator in the irrigation pond.

, So its just got daylight and what we’re, hoping is that we can catch this gator on the bank, sunning himself.. If not, we & # 39; ll, probably shoot him in the water and try to fish him out.. I brought with me a Remington Model.

700 .243 Winchester, which uh … is plenty big for gators.. So we’re gonna ease up here. And see what we can do. Hopefully we’ll catch this gator on the bank.. If not, we might have to do some. Waiting.

L3 specialise in pig control., But they’ll. Take on any challenge., So Josh sets himself up on the bank and watches the gator as he swims in the pond.. He’s a little bit too far out for a good shot at the minute.

, But the boys are patient. All right. So we found this gator. He’s in the water. We were hoping he was on the bank, but er …. He kind of seems to be swimming towards us out of curiosity so.. We need him close enough, so we can finish him out.

You know., He’s kind of coming right at us, so Hopefully we’ll get lucky.. The only problem so far is every shot. He’s. Giving me is just been straight on right between the eyes. Anybody thats shot. A lot of gator know that if you shoot one between the eyes it’ll skip off.

, As he comes in close enough for a shot.. Josh gets him in his sights.. He fires The gator flips over and there’s, a pool of blood in the water. That’s, a great shot at that distance. With so little surface area, visible above the water line.

. That’s. What I’m talking about baby., So what we do is that gator never really gave me a good shot.. He was a little curious about what we were doing over here. You know.. This is a private pond and the only reason you can take gators in Texas is off a private pond like this.

, So uh …. I pretty much tried to angle the bullet so that …, When i hit him it would break his neck.. Brian shots are fine and dandy, and I’m kicking roll out there, but I wanted to break its neck.

. I didn’t want him swimming anywhere.. Now what we’ll do. Is we’ll? Get a big rod. And we’ll, cast it out there and we & # 39. Ll snag him and drag him back in., But we got to.. We got to give him a little while you know.

Gators are tough. Erm, even a good hit. Gator uh …, sometimes you know. Sometimes wont wont, be dead, like you think he is., But uh …. We’ll, give his some time and if he pops back up, we & # 39. Ll.

Give him some more love from this .243., But it sounded like a real good, solid, hit. Jeremy behind the camera he was. He zoomed in on it, and he said he could see blood in the water and stuff.. Of course i lost him in the recoil.

. I’m kinda shooting off this mono pod stick here. And its not the greatest rest in the world. Jeremy prepares the fishing line. As the boys plan to hook the gator and drag him in. Uh. Oh Jeremy, hasn’t, gotten far.

Boat is filling up with water, pretty quickly., So I sent Jeremy out here and a sinking boat. We found it on a washed up, boatyard. One of the hurricanes or something like that.. It’s, got about fourteen holes in it.

, So I sent Jeremy out there. All he’s got is all rotten log for a paddle.. By golly we’re gonna get this gator.. You need to paddle about a mile over here.. You need to improve your paddling skills sir.

, So they go to plan B. So I get emails all the time. People wanting a job.. Oh, I’d love to hunt for a living.. Well, yeah! You don’t want to work for me., Not at all. Dude, just bail in there. Bail in there and start treading water.

. Once you get past your nuts, you’ll, be all right. Josh just shot that gator.. Now he’s too scared to go in there and get it. So that’s. Where i come in. with a treble hook., I’m gonna try and get a snag on him.

Swim back with him. See how it goes. He swims out to the gator., And even though this may seem dangerous, the shot was spot on and That gator is dead in the water.. The amount of blood that immediately spilled in the pond showed that gator was hit really hard.

. Once he’s hooked the gator. He swims back in and reels him in. Yeah buddy There. He is. The boys, drag him onto the sand. And celebrate a good mornings work. And a dangerous gator. Taken out of commission.

– Well done, boys. Subscribe to Team Wild TV for all the best hunting shows on YouTube.. You welcome to team wilds laminators this week. We’re in Texas, where the guys over l-3 outdoors and they’ve got an extra special job on with an extra-large case for firm and control.

Josh has had a call, but one of his regular clients that there’s, a gator in the rear, ocation pump, so just got daylight and what we’re hoping is we catch a skater on a bank sunning himself? If not, we & # 39; ll, probably shoot him in the water and try to fish him out.

I brought with me a Remington Model, 700 243 Winchester, which is plenty big for Gators. So we’re gonna ease up here and see what we can do. Hopefully we catch this Gator on the bank, if not, might have to do some waiting.

All three specialize in pig control without take on any challenge so just set himself up on the bank and watch the Gator as it swims on the pump. He’s a little bit too far out for a good shot in the minute, but the boys are patient all right.

So we found this Gator. He’s in the water. We were hoping he was on the bank, but he seems kind of be swimming towards us count. Amount of curiosity, so we needed plus enough that we can fish him out.

You know it’s kind of coming right at us. So hopefully we’ll, get lucky all the parliament’s in so far as ever shot. His kidney has just been straight on right between the eyes and anybody shot. A lot of Gators know that you shoot one between the eyes.

I’ll skip up as he comes in closer look for shot. Josh gets him his size. He fires the Gator flips over and there’s, a pool of blood in the water that’s, a great shot about. So little surface area visible above the water line.

So what we do is, though, that Gator never really gave me up. A good shot is its little curious about what we were doing over here yeah. This is a private pond and the only reason you can take Gators in Texas is off a private pond like this.

So I pretty much tried to angle the bullet so that when I hit him it would break his neck. Brain shots are fine and dandy, and them kick and roll out there, but I wanted to break his neck and I want him swimming anywhere.

Now. What we’ll do, is we’ll, get a big rod and we’ll cast it out there. We & # 39, ll, snag him and drag him back in, but we got to kind of give him a little. While you know, Gators are tough, even a good hit.

Gator sometimes you know sometimes won’t. Uh won’t, be dead, like you think he is, but we’ll. Give him some time if he pops back up will give us more love from this 243, but I’m sound, like a real good, solid hit.

My mom camera he was oom din on it. He said that he could see blood in the water and stuff. Of course, I lost him in the recoil. I’m kind of shooting off this mono papa mono stick here and it’s, not the greatest rest in the world, with Jeremy prepares the fishing line as the boys planned to hook the Gator and drag him in Oh Jeremy.

Hasn’t gotten far. The boat is filling up with water pretty quickly. So I sent Jeremy out here in a sinking boat. We’re gonna wash their book hurricanes or something like that got about 13 holes in it said Jeremy out there.

Those guys is all around love for a paddle, but my gala. We’re gonna get this hey Peter five mile a mile over here and improve your balance, kill, sir, that’s right, so the co2 Plan B. Take it emails all time.

People want the job. Oh, I’d. Love to hunt for a living, huh, well, yeah you don’t want to work for me. They just fail in their bail in their structured one. Once you get past your nut, severe eye, Josh’s shot.

The Gator now pays too scared. They’re, going there get it so that’s. Where I come in this way out, there get a rope the treble hook. I want her to get a SAG on swung back with them, see how it goes he swims out to the gating, and even though this may seem dangerous, the shot was spot-on and that Gator is dead in the water.

The amount of blood that immediately spilled in the pond showed that Gator was hit really hard once his hook, the Gator he swims back in and then reels them in yeah. They there. He is boys and drag him onto the sand and celebrate a good mornings.

Work with dangers, get a taken out of commission. Well done. Boys subscribe to team r TV for all the best hunting shows on YouTube.

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