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    not all that common anymore cause folks have a tendency to kill them ,just saying.
    they are now protected here in Texas because of it.
    not totally sure but it may be a baby canebrake .
    timber rattlers are typically a bit darker in color .
    I used to kill really large ones in east Texas as kid
    like the big as your upper arm around 6 plus change footers .
    nice fish brother congrats
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    not all that common anymore cause folks have a tendency to kill them ,just saying.
    they are now protected here in Texas because of it.
    not totally sure but it may be a baby canebrake .
    timber rattlers are typically a bit darker in color .
    I used to kill really large ones in east Texas as kid
    like the big as your upper arm around 6 plus change footers .
    nice fish brother congrats
    Do canebrake rattlers have the rust/orange stripe down the center of the back ?

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    When we are walking the shorelines here in Southern Calif. and come up on a rattlesnake, we just let them be and walk around them. We don't kill them. They take care of all the rodents and vermin. You do need to be careful and look before you take that step over that rock or bush.

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    canebrakes are considered sub tropical rattlers and are a sub species of timber rattlers and yes they have that same beautiful coloration with high contrast and that orange line down the back .
    they tend to grow many times larger than timber rattlers as well .
    haven't seen one in many many years , but way back when I would run across a few in the swamps on my hikes to the water to ketch fish and swamp bunny hunts and so on and so forth .they always stayed far away from any population of people .
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales

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    The only snake, I will kill is a Cotton Mouth. They are mean and will not run.

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    I dont like any of them
    I have spent most my life fishing........the rest I wasted.
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