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    i have ate rattlesnake. we rolled it in flour and fried it in butter. it really had no taste, it tasted like flour fried in butter.it was flakey like fish, didnt remind me of chicken in any way.
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    But, snakes are free food. Do not complain.
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    I'm really pleased this hasn't turned into a "kill em all' discussion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chub View Post
    I always thought a snake would NOT cross a jute rope and it was a way of protecting yourself if sleeping out. Is this an old wives tale?

    chub
    There are NO "old" wives who have relied on this type of snake protection...

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    I also like snakes and feel sorry for those critters caught up in man made obstructions. If you have the patience you could tie a dead mouse on some fishing mono and actually catch that snake to pull him out. Let it swollow that mouse and a real good chance he won't let go. Now about what you do after you get him out I would advise caution..ha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Samuel View Post
    Do you know from experiences?
    Oh yes. The part of the country where I grew up they had big rattlesnake hunts and would have fairs and festivals around them, where you could buy most everything snake related you could imagine. They fry up snake and sell it so long time ago I tried it, and was hugely disappointed. You see em and they're big and fat, but this was a little tough and stringy, kinda like the backbone and ribs of a squirrel. I could smell snake, too. It was edible and will do if nothin else available, but frog legs are way more better.
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    Just like Texas in 1880.

 

 
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