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#11624068 - 05/24/16 08:22 PM snake id.
Flyfishing Aggie Offline
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Registered: 12/10/13
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Loc: Tx
Snake
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#11624103 - 05/24/16 08:29 PM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
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#11624112 - 05/24/16 08:32 PM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
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Kinda reminds me of this guy:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Fmxydre3Etw
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#11624114 - 05/24/16 08:32 PM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
skeeter22 Offline
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Registered: 10/02/03
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Loc: Lake Highlands, Brady
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#11624126 - 05/24/16 08:35 PM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
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I tried id-ing it and i keep keying it out as a Timber. Not a snake man though.

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#11624152 - 05/24/16 08:41 PM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
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We do have them around here and timber would be my first guess. Not sure, but I think they are protected.

Check the images out on this site:

http://tennsnakes.org/timber.htm


Edited by Pilothawk (05/24/16 08:45 PM)
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#11624175 - 05/24/16 08:47 PM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
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Found him dead on the road by Hagerman Preserve.

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#11624181 - 05/24/16 08:48 PM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
birddogcatfish Offline
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That is a timber rattlesnake

They were or are protected in Texas.

Usually dense wet forest areas. I've seen a few in red river county


Edited by birddogcatfish (05/24/16 08:49 PM)

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#11625007 - 05/25/16 08:43 AM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
Gibby Offline
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Definitely a Timber.
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#11625038 - 05/25/16 08:55 AM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
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Yup timber rattler. Pretty snakes. That one looks a little deflated. Lol.

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#11625913 - 05/25/16 02:12 PM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
Bissett Offline
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Is a pygmy and timber rattler the same thing?
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#11625921 - 05/25/16 02:17 PM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
Flippin-Out Offline
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Registered: 02/25/15
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Loc: Magnolia, TX
No. The timber rattler can approach 5 feet I believe, but most are under 48 inches.

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#11625983 - 05/25/16 02:41 PM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
Muzzlebrake Offline
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Loc: Euless
Old Velvet Tail rattlebug right there. Canebrake or Timber rattler which ever you prefer. I believe they are now listed in Texas as endangered.
http://srelherp.uga.edu/snakes/crohor.htm


Edited by Muzzlebrake (05/25/16 02:43 PM)
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#11626004 - 05/25/16 02:54 PM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
bronco71 Offline
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Yup, timber rattler, protected in Texas but can be legally killed if posing a threat.....just don't try to sell it!! I have them and some diamondbacks on my place in N.E Tx, the timber rattlers tend to be bigger on my place slinger

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#11626078 - 05/25/16 03:20 PM Re: snake id. [Re: Flyfishing Aggie]
Madfrog Offline
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Registered: 06/26/14
Posts: 106
Loc: San Antonio Texas
Timber rattler
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