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Discussion in 'Whitetails General' started by Beards-n-Spurs, Feb 27, 2018.
There is a spot in Maries county that has a good population those I’ve seen were always dark. Might be just the different area .
I’m not saying it isn’t . Glad we don’t have em . But several copperheads though
Who knows, may not even be a Missouri picture.
Enough to make me think, but not enough to make me quit turkey hunting.
I've never seen a Timber Rattler in the wild, but I almost stepped on this little fella a couple years ago:
Looks like dinner to me!!
And I’m not kidding
i saw one up at bonanza area while squirrel hunting late sept way back when i was 22 i think.the rattle is what alerted me.the sound reminded me of a cicada in early morningg grass with dew.the walk back to truck was the longest walk i ever took.every movement had me jumpy.
they only eat baby quail.
Yep! And the picture is proof MDC is trading turkeys for rattlers.
So do snakes , so the turkeys eat the snakes to get the quail. It's a vicious circle.
Missouri snakes arent big enough to eat turkey eggs. They only get big enough about 150 miles farther south....
Dont get to comfortable, Ive heard tale of a few on the other side of the MO river....
We have our very own subspecies of them up here , they get a rattle with each turkey nest sucked.