Rattlesnake Bitten Again
Last Post 01 Oct 2018 09:24 PM by LEO LORENZ. 1 Replies.
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Benjamin CrainUser is Offline
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01 Oct 2018 07:50 PM

     

    I was on the way out of my claim and the area I was snake bitten earlier this year my mining partner walking a few feet behind me yelled Rattlesnake, and he almost stepped on it because it was crossing the road and I had just walked over it. Having been bitten earlier this year I bought snake gators to prevent it from happening again. Sure enough we get to the truck and there were two sets of puncture marks in my Right gator and I never heard or saw it until he pointed it out. Sure enough a small rattlesnake, too small to rattle loud enough for you to hear it, and the last time I only  heard a hiss.

     

    Get some light weight gators if you are in snake country, there are two dens on the route to one of my claims. I call it the "Highway to Hell, and then to Hell and Back again". 

    LEO LORENZUser is Offline
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    01 Oct 2018 09:24 PM
    Everyone has their own opinion...but I would eliminate that right quick. Yeah so what, they keep the rodent population down...(thats good for in town and in suburban areas) but if I am working in an area that has a snake problem.... I would eliminate that if possible.
    Leo
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