Green Iguana Hunting South Florida!

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    PalmBeachAirguns
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    I think those same people from PR are working on starting guided hunts here too but as of now they haven't done it. 

    Tazhunter0

    Is there anybody putting together guided hunts for them in Florida?  I would be interested in something like that.  Already looking at going to P.R. after the first of the year, but would really prefer something here in the states.  I don’t like flying at all.

    I think the same people from PR are trying to put something together here but haven't yet. Should be some people doing it just not as readily available.

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    Tazhunter0

    Is there anybody putting together guided hunts for them in Florida?  I would be interested in something like that.  Already looking at going to P.R. after the first of the year, but would really prefer something here in the states.  I don’t like flying at all.

    I think the same people who do the PR hunts are figuring out how to do it here. I am sure there are locals who do hunts but haven't seen anything commercial. I also have a friend who is thinking about it so if they decide to move forward with it I will probably post about it on the forum. 

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    Brian.in.MI
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    Just sent a PM here on AGN. I’ll be in FL for the inaugural airgun / deer opener (history being made 👍) and would love to hook up and slay a few iguana while I’m down there. 

    Brian

    @airgunner.usa

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    PalmBeachAirguns
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    Tazhunter0

    Is there anybody putting together guided hunts for them in Florida?  I would be interested in something like that.  Already looking at going to P.R. after the first of the year, but would really prefer something here in the states.  I don’t like flying at all.

    There aren't any commercial guided hunts, at least as popular as the guys in PR. Their website says they are in the works of setting it up here in the Keys. Hopefully they get it up and running at some point.  

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    Samuel
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    This is very cool, thanks for sharing!

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    Super-Shoot
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    Do you know what I am afraid of? These d— menaces are all over Porto Rico, and now in Florida. One of my airgun buddies who lives just east of New Orleans, has seen them there as well. Sort of like Eurasian doves, it won't be long before we see them in Southern Texas, along the coast. Considering how destructive these d— things are, we'll soon have as many of those as we have feral pigs! But, thanks in part to the Pigman series on the Sportsman's channel, we have some recognition of just how destruction pigs can be. I guess I'll have to contact Brian "Pigman" Quaca (yeah, I know him, one eye and all!), and tell him how tasty iguana can be! Oh! They DO NOT taste like chicken! That is a myth of epic mini proportions!

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    PalmBeachAirguns
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    Samuel

    This is very cool, thanks for sharing!

    No problem, thank you!

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    PalmBeachAirguns
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    Super-Shoot

    Do you know what I am afraid of? These d— menaces are all over Porto Rico, and now in Florida. One of my airgun buddies who lives just east of New Orleans, has seen them there as well. Sort of like Eurasian doves, it won't be long before we see them in Southern Texas, along the coast. Considering how destructive these d— things are, we'll soon have as many of those as we have feral pigs! But, thanks in part to the Pigman series on the Sportsman's channel, we have some recognition of just how destruction pigs can be. I guess I'll have to contact Brian "Pigman" Quaca (yeah, I know him, one eye and all!), and tell him how tasty iguana can be! Oh! They DO NOT taste like chicken! That is a myth of epic mini proportions!

    Yeah these suckers will follow the waterways as far as they can survive!

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    sonny
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    They don't like cold weather (Super-Shoot) you wont find them much north of west palm beach, winter kills a lot of them off.

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