Lots of people get up in the morning with nothing on their mind except heading to the river to go fishing.
They pack their gear and can picture getting in their boat to head down the river for a day of tossing bait.
Now normally getting in the boat and starting down the river is just a breeze. The only thing that may put you a little uneasy is if you got a hole in your boat and that is very unlikely to happen.
Well one man, Ray Cason, found out that there could be other things that “very rarely happen” that could change your day of fishing.
Check out what this fisherman saw as he was “Gone Fishing” in the Okefenokee Swamp in the southeast corner of Georgia.
Yes, you heard it in the video…about 300 alligators in a feeding frenzy. Yes, in a 10 foot wide part of the swamp.
FYI, this swamp is known to have gators but, not usually this many gathered in a frenzy.
Even park officials and wildlife experts say it is very rare to see this in this particular area…glad the guy had a camera or his buddies may have thought he was telling a big fish story.
I am not a gator fan. I mean not a fan of going out in a boat through them while they are all riled up.
Come to think about it…I don’t know as I want to be in a boat near 1 gator. I think I will stick with watching them on videos or I might get an alligator puppet but, that is the only way I want to “experience” life with gators.