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Dennis McDonald
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Big Cypress and Flamingo by motorcycle.
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Going to be making a trip the middle of the month to Big cypress for a night then riding on down to Flamingo the next day for 2 nights.  Looked at the reservation system and it says the first night…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dennis McDonald Feb 20, 2017.

Python Hunt
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I am planning on going out next year for the Python Challenge. I am looking for any info on Holey Land wma and Rotenberger wma. Has anybody been hunting in either? Would you say it is the same as Big…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gene Jan 29, 2016.

Big Cypress water level
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Considering heading down to the Big Cypress this weekend and wondering about the water level. Thinking of possibly heading into the area south of 441. Maybe check out gator hook trail. Nothing set in…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Swamp Hunter Sep 22, 2013.

Billie swamp safari

Anyone going to the reenactment this weekend? We are going down tomorrow then staying at Skunk Ape Headquarters.Continue

Started Feb 24, 2012

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At 3:39pm on March 2, 2014, Greg Stauffer said…

Hey man.  Sommer has said you spend lots of time in the everglades.  Do you have any experience with Little Sable Creek?

At 6:20pm on January 31, 2014, Rob Stevens said…

   There is a book titled "Death in the Everglades, The Murder of Guy Bradley" which I highly recommend. The author takes what could be a one page story and makes quite a tale of it. The reason I recommend it to you is because of the chapter on Cuthbert finding the rookery that now bears his name which in and of itself is quite a story. Warning though, he was a plumer and he found it so he could decimate it.


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