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We were working in Smoke Rise in Kinnelon today ripping out a concrete walkway when we stumbled upon this little guy. I have no idea how he survived the jackhammering. As we were pulling up the broken pieces he was all curled up under one them. Let him go near an old wood pile to live another day. This is the only snake I feel comfortable handling, he wasn't too intimidating :rofl:

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I'm in Smoke Rise at least once a week. There's some nice bucks up there.

That's what I hear. The home owner was telling about all the deer that run through her property. I was hoping to catch a glimpse of one the bucks in there.

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That's what I hear. The home owner was telling about all the deer that run through her property. I was hoping to catch a glimpse of one the bucks in there.

They are all over the place.

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I guess all the jackhammering kept them away. I'll be there a few more days, maybe one or two good ones will show their face.

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That's what I hear. The home owner was telling about all the deer that run through her property. I was hoping to catch a glimpse of one the bucks in there.

 

I ran the hunt there for 6 years and we had the herd down but I guess it's back up again.  

 

That looks like a brown (dekay's) snake.   

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I ran the hunt there for 6 years and we had the herd down but I guess it's back up again.  

 

That looks like a brown (dekay's) snake.   

Well how do "we" get involved in that hunt?

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Well how do "we" get involved in that hunt?

 

Call the office, I assume they are still running the hunt.  

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That's not a snake.  More like a nightcrawler.   I've seen a number of small ones this year as compared to other years. Maybe that's because I'm looking? 

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We were working in Smoke Rise in Kinnelon today ripping out a concrete walkway when we stumbled upon this little guy. I have no idea how he survived the jackhammering. As we were pulling up the broken pieces he was all curled up under one them. Let him go near an old wood pile to live another day. This is the only snake I feel comfortable handling, he wasn't too intimidating :rofl:

Handsome little guy

 

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