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#6077001 - 04/16/11 01:29 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: madchad]
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Originally Posted By: madchad
Originally Posted By: Crapnap
I'd like to try Rattle snake. Maybe a cajun recipe.


People say it tastes like chicken. I think it tastes like rattlesnake.


Thats why I think a cajun recipe would be better. Probably more bold and spicey.
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#6077006 - 04/16/11 01:31 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: madchad]
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rattlesnake is very good.. the rattlesnake I had was done with breading with a cajun seasoning
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#6077030 - 04/16/11 01:41 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: Deputy Angler®]
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Mrs Chad uses the same batter she does for fried chicken and chicken fried steak. Dangit y'all, now I gotta take the boys out and see if we can get a few....

The first one she ever cooked for me measured right at 5 and a half feet long. Big sucker. It was crossing the road and I stomped my feet a few times to make it stop and coil up. I threw four skipping rocks at it and the fourth one split it's head open and killed it deader'n a mackerel. She already had a high image of me, but after that it improved. She loves it when I do stuff like that. woot
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#6077035 - 04/16/11 01:44 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: madchad]
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Originally Posted By: madchad
I threw four skipping rocks at it and the fourth one split it's head open and killed it deader'n a mackerel. She already had a high image of me, but after that it improved. She loves it when I do stuff like that. woot


I threw a mag light at a racoon that was in my boat once.... knocked it out cold.. just long enough for me to reach down for it and it woke up.... He wasnt happy so I let him have the boat... eeks
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#6077043 - 04/16/11 01:48 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: Deputy Angler®]
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Originally Posted By: madchad
I threw four skipping rocks at it and the fourth one split it's head open and killed it deader'n a mackerel. She already had a high image of me, but after that it improved. She loves it when I do stuff like that. woot


I threw a mag light at a racoon that was in my boat once.... knocked it out cold.. just long enough for me to reach down for it and it woke up.... He wasnt happy so I let him have the boat... eeks


GOOD CALL! eeks

I wouldn't mess with a riled up coon. Anything with opposable thumbs and a brain that is likely twice the size of mine is off limits.
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#6077051 - 04/16/11 01:57 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: madchad]
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rolfmao

almost forgot... after I chunked the maglight at him and he went out, the mag light flipped over the side of the boat and went "kerplunk" into the water (30ft)

so i lost my maglight and had to contend with an angry coon in my boat... he decided to leave the boat a few minutes later, thank goodness.
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#6077060 - 04/16/11 02:04 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: Deputy Angler®]
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This is for the "The only good snake is a dead snake" crowd:



That is my 6yo son holding a King snake. Unlike some here, he not afraid of snakes.
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#6077063 - 04/16/11 02:05 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: MBradford]
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King Snakes are very cool and pretty proficient at hunting and eating pit vipers...
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#6077070 - 04/16/11 02:10 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: Deputy Angler®]
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Yep...I will gladly share my property with king snakes. Where you see king snakes, you don't find the bad guys. They have been invited to dinner by Mr King.
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#6077079 - 04/16/11 02:15 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: Pilothawk]
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More often than not, if you see a hand holding a snake in one of my pics, its usually mine. Never have been afraid of them. I'll give them a wide berth if they're venomous, but I've had snakes as pets before.

GREAT thread DA.
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#6077084 - 04/16/11 02:18 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: Deputy Angler®]
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#6077085 - 04/16/11 02:19 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: Pilothawk]
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Originally Posted By: Pilothawk
I visited the Natural History Museum while in New York. I was recounting the red touch yellow kill a fellow saw to my family and what they had listed as a "coral snake" had red touching black.


Oh well, I suppose the yankees don't know any better.


They may have been "Marine" Deceptive habits are hard to break!! eeks

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#6077092 - 04/16/11 02:26 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: madchad]
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Originally Posted By: madchad
Originally Posted By: Crapnap
I'd like to try Rattle snake. Maybe a cajun recipe.


People say it tastes like chicken. I think it tastes like rattlesnake.


I think they taste like a boney Cat!

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#6077103 - 04/16/11 02:36 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: Kattelyn]
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Edited by J.P. Greeson (04/16/11 04:08 PM)
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#6077127 - 04/16/11 02:58 PM Re: Texas Poisonous Snakes (Photos) Warning: Potentially Educational [Re: Kattelyn]
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Oh no way DA, if it's in the water it's a cottonmouth! Ever hear that before, i've been at the coast in san antonio bay seen rattler's swimming from island to island, i guess they would call that a cottonmouth? LMAO Like said before DA good thread.

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