Tusk & Tail Combo Hunt

4.5/5

Starting at $1,000

Deposit $350-$500

Tusk & Tail Combo Hunt

4.5/5

Grandma Dean's

Tusk & Tail

Combo Hunt

Year-round

Fully Guided

Private

Guarantee promise

Pick Your Size-range

Choose from three different alligator size-ranges. Big or small—Ron’s got them all.

Small Bite

4 to 6 Foot
  • Great for leather
  • Save $75

the perfect fit

6 to 9 Foot
  • Most popular
  • Save $125

The Big Lick

9 to 12 Foot
  • Trophy worthy
  • Save $125

Every hunt comes with

Professional Guide

Loaner Weapons

Skinning

Vehicle or Vessel

Grandma's favorite combo.

Combine our exciting wild hog hunt with a thrilling alligator hunt for an action-packed day full of tusks, tails—and adventure!

Combine and Save

Save up to $125 when you hunt a hog and alligator the same day. Get all the perks of our individual hunts for one low price!

Two Hunts, One Day

Make the most out of your time in Florida. Grandma Dean’s Tusk & Tail Combo offers you the opportunity to do two hunts in a few short hours!

Unique to Florida

Cross two species off your dream list. Florida alligators and wild hogs are the most sought after game—and RGS has both at a discount!

Rains in Africa

the tale of diana dean

Diane Dean is known throughout East Africa as “Bititi,” pronounced “BEE-tee-tee,” a nickname given to her by villagers meaning “strong woman” in Swahili.

As the sun began to set on the golden age of safaris—when Africa was a limitless wilderness, Diana took off on her most exciting expedition. She started in Nairobi and wandered across Kenya. It was rainy season, which brought out some of Africa’s fiercest predators. Along the way, she witnessed a crocodile chasing a giant forest hog. Little did the crocodile know that Diana Dean was at the top of the food chain.

A talented javelin-thrower, Diana hurled a wooden spear at the pig, dropping it instantly. As the crocodile slithered to the wounded hog, Diana grabbed her loyal Winchester Model 70 and put a bullet straight through the crocodile’s head. 

Diana’s hunting party cheered—they had never seen anyone, let alone a woman, take down two different species in a matter of minutes.

That night Diana shared her bounty with the Kikuyu tribe. It was a glorious feast of tusk and tail, and a story told around fires in Africa for years to come.

Rains in Africa

the tale of diana dean

Diane Dean is known throughout East Africa as “Bititi,” pronounced “BEE-tee-tee,” a nickname given to her by villagers meaning “strong woman” in Swahili.

As the sun began to set on the golden age of safaris—when Africa was a limitless wilderness, Diana took off on her most exciting expedition. She started in Nairobi and wandered across Kenya. It was rainy season, which brought out some of Africa’s fiercest predators. Along the way, she witnessed a crocodile chasing a giant forest hog. Little did the crocodile know that Diana Dean was at the top of the food chain.

A talented javelin-thrower, Diana hurled a wooden spear at the pig, dropping it instantly. As the crocodile slithered to the wounded hog, Diana grabbed her loyal Winchester Model 70 and put a bullet straight through the crocodile’s head. 

Diana’s hunting party cheered—they had never seen anyone, let alone a woman, take down two different species in a matter of minutes.

That night Diana shared her bounty with the Kikuyu tribe. It was a glorious feast of tusk and tail, and a story told around fires in Africa for years to come.

Rains in Africa

the tale of diana dean