You expected to see trout, maybe some bass while fishing in the Keystone State.
But a fisherman in central Pennsylvania caught more than he bargained for.
Ron Parsons and a group of his friends stumbled upon a five-foot long alligator.
The teens spotted it while looking for a good spot to drop their lines in Huntingdon County.
The group quickly sprung into action, capturing the gator.
Parsons says he was never scared.
"It was trying to bite us a little bit and it was giving us a bit of a fight. And then we got its mouth taped and we carried it probably 150 yards to where we can get it to a pickup truck," said Parsons. "I tell you, the adrenaline was pumping pretty hard. I mean, you don't normally come out here and find a gator."
No one is sure where the gator came from, but the Pennsylvania Game Commission says whoever is responsible could be in a lot of trouble.
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