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We went rattlesnake hunting in Eastern Oklahoma near Blocker in the San Bois Mts. We caught 7 that day and I was filming the hunt when Doug, the professional rattlesnake handler and his son let one get away from him and come at me while I was trying to shoot (with a camera) another guy holding a snake.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hM4VDwqcy4
 

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I want to get me a snake to mount with my javelina, ;D I ate rattle snake for Christmas dinner one year and it was good. The guy that got them cooked them and I would like to try it again. 8) 8) ;D
 

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I like the part when the lady says y'all need to have that on film. ;D ;D ;D
 

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Well I have been in Oklahoma all my life and those are some small rattlers.....they get big as you know what down here. ;) They sure make for some fine eating. :) Taste like chicken. ;D
 

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Don't care much for poison snakes.I have killed 2 a 39" western diamond back and a 12" in camp. we ate the big one
fried like chewing nylon cord off of a chicken rib. at least those are big enough to see.
 

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Catherine said:
Holy moly!

Those are some BIG snakes!

Catherine
Yup, and they say that they can strike half their lengths distance from where they are coiled. :eek:
 
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