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Aggressive water snake
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Posted 06 November 2014 - 12:23 AM
Years ago I used to have an 18 foot Canadian Canoe, and my elder brother and I were doing a trip down the Murray River in South Australia.
There are a series of locks and weirs along the length of the River Murray to keep the river level constant, and we were in a lock waiting for the water level to drop when all of a sudden a 5 foot King Brown Snake (one of the deadly buggers) decided that he wanted to climb into the canoe with us for a rest due to the swirly waters in the lock.
My brother who at the time was in his 50s, screamed like a frightened girl (ha ha ha) got the attention of the lock master who had a special hook to grab snakes (evidently a common problem with houseboats traversing the locks) and he grabbed it and released it in a nearby swamp.
Needles to say, everyone observing this on the lock had a great laugh at our expense.
Still have the photos in my collection and ocassionally bring them out to embarrass him.
That is the closest I ever want to come to a snake in the water with me, THANK YOU VERY MUCH !!!!
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Posted 12 November 2014 - 05:39 PM
When you kayak with alligators, ya don't worry too much about snakes.
Got that right, or the occasional salt water crock that shows up in Tampa
Posted 08 July 2016 - 07:53 PM
I live on a 250 acre farm in eastern NC and I was fishing a jitterbug top water lure last summer. Out from the bank came a large water moccasin after the bait. I started cranking as fast as I could with the reel and he was chasing it across the water. I've never seen a snake swim so fast. I've been fishing topwater lures for 40+ years and never seen anything like it. I went to house since the pond is 20 yards away and got my shotgun. I came back and it was still there in the water. Needless to say, that was its last day.
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Posted 11 July 2016 - 10:00 AM
I've seen dozens of snakes but only had 1 try to get in the boat and boy did it try
i wouldn't think they're territorial but rather looking for relief
Posted 15 July 2016 - 02:20 AM
Here's a small rattler trying to sneak aboard. He was agitated but couldn't seem to get his tail rattling while swimming. Fortunately he wasn't fast enough. Rare to see a swimming rattler in So.Cal.
Posted 09 September 2016 - 05:39 PM
Baby northern water snake I found on walleye opener in the Kawartha lakes. It was friendly.
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