Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by SwedeSteve, Nov 7, 2009.
Caught near Checotah. Almost 8 ft.
Quick, get the 12 gauge ! ! ! ! !
No kidding !!
They got rattlers in Alaska?
Mmmmm, snake steaks! Checotah Oklahoma?
Good lord that thing is huge!!
My Word Swede that there is a good lookin snake. I'll bet it taste like chicken....
Thats one big snake. Steve what about those sneaky snow snakes they have up there? Been bitten a couple of times by them.
Didn't read the caption above the picture,DUH!:smashfreakB: Couldn't for the life of me figure how you got a rattler in Alaska!Mohawk Blackberry Brandy will keep snow snakes away....muat be applied internally.:alcoholic:
Holy S*#% that thing is huge. I have never seen one that big.
Lovely Eastern Diamondback.
Boy! I'd like to have that to put in my front yard! Would love to see the look on a BG's face when he came up to the house & came across my Guard Rattler! These little copper heads I have around here don't always work. Too hard to see, so unless they step on one & get bit, don't help much.
Wow, and I thought the five-footer my friend shot in the desert with is .22 was big. That things a f@%kin monster!
1 medium-sized rattlesnake (3-4 lbs.), cut into steaks
1/2 cup flour
1/4 cup cornmeal
1/4 cup cracker crumbs
1/2 cup milk
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder (not garlic salt)
1 teaspoon salt
Mix dry ingredients. Whisk milk into beaten egg and use to dip snake steaks. Then coat them with dry ingredients. Fry, uncovered, in 400 degree oil until brown.
Yum,Yum! It sorta tastes like chicken.
(I always wonder why folks just don't eat chicken)
wow... i aint never seen one that big and i live in the desert...
Put it in Pelosi's plane.
No snakes is one reason my daughter likes living in Fairbanks.
We had to pull some security at Camp Gruber in Oklahoma with a couple thousand Katrina evacuees and had some issues with them roaming at night until we posted a pic of a snake about that big that had been caught on post
A quick death would be better than having to put up with Nancy. Poor snake.
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