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Northern Water Snake(pending correction)

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Don't know why the pics didn't show.

 

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Cool pictures. Those are snakes with attitudes 

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5 minutes ago, Buck154 said:

Cool pictures. Those are snakes with attitudes 

Saw 2 this morning.

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5 minutes ago, Buck154 said:

Cool pictures. Those are snakes with attitudes 

And they are always in the best effin fishing spots

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You are correct with your assessment:  Northern Water Snake.  Great pictures.  Notice the round pupil.  Northern Copperheads, for which northern water snakes are often confused with, have a vertical elliptical pupil, like a cat.

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Last time i fished for shad on the Delaware i saw 3 together but they took off in the water before i could get a picture

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Those are crazy cool pictures Greybeard.  And yes, like Little M said, that is a northern water snake.  The close up details of the scales and facial features are amazing.  :up: :up:

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