NEAR FULTON, Ark. — The anticipation leading up to a thing is often what makes the thing so appealing in the first place, and there's definitely a strong sense of anticipation, bordering on anxiety, on the opening night of Arkansas' first legal alligator hunting season.
Matt Wilson is leaving over the bed of his pickup, storing an unseen object as the waning rays of sunlight filter through the trees. His father, Sans, is the holder of one of 40 alligator hunting ...
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