Dealing with Snakes?

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ohiowrangler

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I keep wasp & hornet spray on hand. It's basically a pesticide, but in high doses it's deadly for small animals. It can be deployed up to 20 feet away. If it doesn't work the battle is on, 1911 and a kabar. Ron
 

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I keep wasp & hornet spray on hand. It's basically a pesticide, but in high doses it's deadly for small animals. It can be deployed up to 20 feet away. If it doesn't work the battle is on, 1911 and a kabar. Ron
Id pay money to see you spray a texas snake with hornet spray. Ya better have your running boots on.
 

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Having a catfish stock pond and 2 branches of a creek feeding th sulpher river i have more run ins with poisonous snakes than id like, usually i leave them alone and they do the same but if they get sporty with me they end up as cat or hog food.

The last water moccasin that tried getting cozy with my chickens
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