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    Here in Ohio the timber rattler is protected. I have only seen one many years ago coon hunting after it bit a hound right at the truck as we were about to turn them out. The dogs handler dispatched him. I have snake chaps in the closet but rarely use them anymore as my knees and hims limit my woodsy activities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeCrappie View Post
    Here in Ohio the timber rattler is protected. I have only seen one many years ago coon hunting after it bit a hound right at the truck as we were about to turn them out. The dogs handler dispatched him. I have snake chaps in the closet but rarely use them anymore as my knees and hims limit my woodsy activities.
    i am pretty sure "canebrake " rattlers are protected here as well , they are the much larger more colorful version of the timber rattler .
    canebrakes are more like subtropical rattlers and get quite large , i used to see some huge ones when i was a kid down in east Texas.
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    I try to avoid vipers as much as possible. Had a close encounter years ago in NC with a huge cottonmouth which was enough for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeCrappie View Post
    I try to avoid vipers as much as possible. Had a close encounter years ago in NC with a huge cottonmouth which was enough for me.
    I mostly worry about copperheads ,they are in large supply in these parts . They hide very very well in spots you might put your hand .
    My son in law's yard crew guy got bit on his hand last year . He was ok in the end ,but had to go to the hospital .
    It typically won't likely be a deadly thing , but to be sure it is painful and really freaks people out .
    and in the oak woods they have the MOST perfect camo ever .....that is a fact
    I worry about my daughter and her mom some as they love to wander on our place in the oak thickets .
    I tell them never go without boots and NEVER pick anything up without looking REALLY close in the area first !
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