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    Quote Originally Posted by HawkTheSlayer View Post
    Trot line delicacy.
    Fish with one of our snakes...and you'll pull in fish stuck in the bait's mouth.
    If you don't practice...you'll sound like it. And, if you don't tune, your life will sound like it, too. Listen to the intervals. That's where it all hides from you.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quark View Post
    I don't give a damn what kind of snake it is, KILL IT!
    We kill the King Browns that come anywhere near the house. The other poisonous ones...aren't any trouble. Brownies are mean and will go for you...and come after you. Fortunately, there are no Taipans where I live at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kris P Bacon View Post
    Probably in your neck of the woods, too. Hailing from Asia, they are now spread across temperate regions over much of the world.
    My water Moccasin was far more interesting.
    What I meant was, it would make good bait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Rivers View Post
    We kill the King Browns that come anywhere near the house. The other poisonous ones...aren't any trouble. Brownies are mean and will go for you...and come after you. Fortunately, there are no Taipans where I live at the moment.

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    I have some relatives that live in Alice Springs, are you anywhere near there?
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    When I lived on a ranch as a kid in SoCal, we learned to let snakes be as each had its own place in nature.

    A King Snake lived under the willow outside the kitchen door and kept rattlers away.
    We had two Sidewinders who lived in the straw in our barn and we never, ever saw mice or rats. Just make noise when entering and they buried deep.
    Had some gopher snakes in our alfalfa fields that kept those pests away.
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