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eastern diamondback rattle snake

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caught this beauty at my hunting lease this past weekend, measured rite at 5 1/2 ft long, had 12 rattles on it
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Wow
That's a huge rattler.
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oops
Awesome snake, rare catch. Did he stayed coiled in that s shape? Look how tight this timber rattler is coiled.
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rattle snake
he did until we caught him and got rid of him, he was hiding under an old feeder we had lying, when we were cleaning up is when we found him under there, we also ran across 2 other snakes but i have no idea what kind they were, the front half of the snake was black and the back half was tan, they were both proll 6ft long, i wish i would have pics of those 2 also but they ran off before i could catch one of them. It was also really bad day for the black widow spiders, we seen 7 of them.
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black and tan snakes
What state are you hunting?

the black and tan snakes sound like Coachwhips, they are very fast snakes and you described them perfectly
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'O'Say Can'Ya See'
...hot summer = many,many snakes...shore fish'n and turkey hunters on top of list and never,never put 'foots' over fallen tree where'ya can't see other side...cheers
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Washington Parish
Was that in Washington Parish? That is really about the only place left to find Eastern Dimaondbacks in LA. Or was it outside of LA? There has actually been some talk about move the Eastern Diamonback to the threatened/endangered list, at least in part of its ranges because the numbers have dwindled so much due to the loss of longleaf pine forests.
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snakes
There's 2 kind of snakes I don't like a live one and a dead one damnit man
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Re: eastern diamondback rattle snake
it was out in East Mississippi about 8 miles from Bama
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