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Flybob 08-16-2017 06:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Iwannacamp (Post 1580705)
Copperheads are normally docile snakes. They think they are hiding so they try to blend in..that's why more people here are bitten by them. They lay still till the last minute. The mean and big ones here are cotton mouths...they WILL chase you.

X3 on docile They usually even give a warning strike ( very little venom ) before the one that will really hurt.

bareftn 08-19-2017 04:36 PM

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Originally Posted by seagrace (Post 1595974)
Unfortunately, you are all wrong. It's a dead snake. Too bad though, not all snakes are out to get you and some are actually beneficial.

that's the best kind

whj77372 09-14-2017 03:01 PM

It is a rat snake. The older copperhead look like the picture above.

LTRVing 01-21-2018 09:09 AM

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Originally Posted by dbarr (Post 1579992)
Attachment 146637

Have to watch for them in your campsites, too!
This was taken at Topsail last August.

This sure looks like a water moccasin, their coloring is not always dark, look at the shape of the head and marking on the side near the eye.

Gonefishing1 01-21-2018 10:48 AM

While sorry I canít chime in on what kind of snake it is. I am one of those who only know a dead snake cause that is what they are when I see them. Canít tell the difference donít want to get close enough to them for an examination. In the summer my neighbors always know when I have seen one while cutting grass. My yard looks like a corn maze from chasing it on the mower. But then I have to wonder did I get or is it just tangled under the mower. LOL.

ejohnson1144 01-21-2018 04:31 PM

That looks like a copperhead


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