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    None of that Shoot Em Elizabeth stuff down here. You have to live capture the snakes.


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    I am thankful that the stupid State folks finally are allowing hunting. For years, all you could do was catch them live, and turn them over to the State for 'study and observation'. The State folks would kill 'em and scientifically dissect the things.

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    You guys use whatever shotgun you want. I'm going with this. I think it classifies as full choke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batch View Post
    None of that Shoot Em Elizabeth stuff down here. You have to live capture the snakes.
    OK Batch, let us in on how to process and tan the skin off a live snake!
    If you didn't bring jerky what did I just eat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyratshooter View Post
    OK Batch, let us in on how to process and tan the skin off a live snake!
    That would be a tough project.
    Wait till they shed it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyratshooter View Post
    OK Batch, let us in on how to process and tan the skin off a live snake!
    Two things they are trying to accomplish. No collateral damage on native species. It is hard to revive a dead snake. And no blood in front of tourists. You can terminate the snake in a humane manner off site.

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