A few stories about my climb up the hawspipe,along with my other addiction,the outdoors
Dumb question, but for me a serious one... how often do you deal with snakes in your adventures??? I'm not a snake man and besides the 12 foot python that came out of a toilet in Southern Maine, there isn't really any "threatening" species in my neck of the woods...
I would say this time of year not much but in the spring and summer quite a bit around the coastal areas.The worst is spring and summer in the mountains they hide in the tree and under rocks,I'm not a big fan of them.
Yup. Virginia & North Carolina have poisonous snakes across the whole state - timber rattlesnakes in the mountains, copperheads in the piedmont, and water moccassins on the coast.If you go a little further south (southern NC and beyond), you get alligators in the marsh too!
If a water mocky gets ya, in the words of Axl Rose,"You're gonna DIeeeeeeeE!"; That place was crazy muddy too - lots of tall grass to hide in though....welcome to the swamp jungle!
The mud there is more solid than many of the places I intend to hunt this winter.Get ready and get yourself some chest waders,unless you enjoy the thought of losing your toes.
You know where you are baby? You're in the Chick, you gonna diiieeeieiiieeeee. T-if it's muddier than the Chick, I am staying in the boat. I've had to be pulled out of the mud with a pole before. It sucks. Na na na na na na knees, knees, jungle, HUHHHHHH!
Ragged island is way worse than the chick and there are less birds there,wtf why are we hunting there later this year?You 2 know that you dress up as axl rose everynoght before bed.
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