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soggybottom

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Found this in the RV this morning it was not the there last night I just hope it’s a good Snake and not a bad one.
Thanks
 

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Camp David

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Just a thought, but I had one in our house trailer several years ago. Searched the place high and low, but never found a snake. I read somewhere they would come in if there were mice, so we waged war on the mice. Haven't seen a skin or snake there since.
 

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Yea, NO! I don't care if poisonous or not, I would have to search every nook and cranny to make sure it wasn't around anymore. Would hate to see that sucker crawling around at night.
 

soggybottom

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Yea, NO! I don't care if poisonous or not, I would have to search every nook and cranny to make sure it wasn't around anymore. Would hate to see that sucker crawling around at night.
I know what you mean I still have a hard time thinking that it might still be in there.
And I hope it doesn’t craw on my while I’m sleeping.
 

Camp David

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Awesome.
I need one just in case.
What did you use for a strap?
The original prototype was a PCV pipe with a heavy line trimmer line to make the loop. It worked, but the snake (a rat snake) was in our storage building and behind a desk.

When I snagged him and went to pull him out, I couldn't believe how strong he was,, but got him out. Nonetheless, I was worried all the time that he was going to break the PCV pipe. It was a concern.

Since then, I upgraded to a metal conduit metal pipe in this picture and use a flat antenna coax that you can't find too much these days. I not only screw the coax into the conduit, but back it up with a hose clamp behind the screw.
 

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