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    Quote Originally Posted by AHODGES21 View Post
    Stopped at a flat on the New River and saw a gator about 100' away. Within 30 seconds he went under the 4' deep water and swam directly to and under our boat and layed on the bottom and stared up at us. He was not afraid and laid there on the bottom in 3-4' of water directly under the boat and stared at us. After a minute or two he swan off. I would have been terrified had I been in a yak.
    I had a similar encounter a few months ago on NR. He was about 100 yds away and went under. Popped up about 8' from my boat and stayed there for probably 30 minutes while I fished. I wouldn't have been comfortable on a yak. I'd grab a saturday night special and have it on me just in case....

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    "only when you reel them in.."
    "You no longer see water, You only see where fish live...." J. Berman
    Red X Angler

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    My apologies. Went back and watched the intro again. Poor taste. My bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by derekp View Post
    My apologies. Went back and watched the intro again. Poor taste. My bad.
    Thanks for understanding. Those gators are bad news.

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