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    Already killed a couple rattlers in the past couple weeks!


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    You fellas got snakes. I got scorpions. Not sure which is worse... Got stung 7 times by one scorpion a while back. No bueno!
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    Time to order my snake proof camo suite
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    mm all ya have to do is let a little bit of your keystone on the ground and itll keep any scary critter at bay....

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    I herd they bait snake traps with Keystone....HAHAHA!!
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    We are repairing a few bridges and a couple highways in NW Nebraska this August through September. I was looking forward to working out there until the State Engineer told me a few weeks ago to be careful around the bridges. He said the highest concentration of Prairie Rattlers lives and hibernates around the bridges. Great!


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    Snakes

    I like seeing the rattlers because they are very cool looking, just don't want to get bit by them though.

    Hard stalk, we get scorpions every once in awhile that I find. They're nasty buggers for sure
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    I've had to put taking the hounds up in the mountains on hold, have taken care of a few rattlers already, seen several bull snakes but leave them be. Just from what I've seen this is gonna be a very high snake year. I've always seen tons of rattlers north of I80 so I'd hate to be crawling around up there chasing say, antelope!

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    Well it's official, I will be spending more time looking at the ground then looking for antelope this fall!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dearhunter3450 View Post
    Well it's official, I will be spending more time looking at the ground then looking for antelope this fall!!
    If you are that worried get some snake chaps.
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