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Old 04-16-2012, 12:25 PM   #16
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I have a little 38 revolver loaded with shotshells that stays in my pocket if I'm working in the yard.
We killed three on the back patio last summer.
What does your yard look like?
I'm working to get rid of any environment they may like. All the rock gardens and anyplace that collects leaves are going away or getting cleaned up.

This is (was) a copperhead.
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Old 04-16-2012, 05:52 PM   #17
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A buddy of mine bought a judge a while back, and it works well for snakes. As for my own method, does anyone else.... no... well... no, never mind. I'm won't ask if anyone else calls their wife over to identify and deal with snakes; that just wouldn't sound right.
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A buddy of mine bought a judge a while back, and it works well for snakes. As for my own method, does anyone else.... no... well... no, never mind. I'm won't ask if anyone else calls their wife over to identify and deal with snakes; that just wouldn't sound right.
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Snake repellents just don't work. If your having a problem with them, the best snake control method is to just trap them with snake traps! Once you catch them, you can drizzle them with vegetable oil and the work themselves off! And please don't use moth balls. I have to laugh every time I come to a customers house and they have poured boxes of mothballs all around. It doesn't work... it just smells! Mothballs are for keeping moths from eating fabric and paper products. Go figure (mothballs = moth control) Snake repellents are like snake oil... I can sell you some if you'd like... It also cures skin rashes

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