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Damn a Bunch a Snakes!

Discussion in 'Reptile Taxidermy' started by pyeager1, Apr 8, 2009.

  1. pyeager1

    pyeager1 Active Member

    The title says it all! This what I've done in the last week after getting a few deer mounted each day. All the smaller snakes were don with carcass cast and Bondo. The Pygmy is 10" long! I mounted it this morning alone with the smaller copperhead and the coral snake. :)


  2. jeremy

    jeremy Have you hugged your snake today!

    Geeeezzz you slacker.... wow, thats a pile of serpents there Perry, looks real good

  3. joeym

    joeym Old Murphey

    Very nice, my friend!
  4. jeremy

    jeremy Have you hugged your snake today!

    How long was that Coral snake BTW.... he looks to be pretty good sized
  5. George

    George The older I get, the better I was.

    Perry, that's the biggest coral snake I think I've ever seen. How long is he. And the scarlet king ain't shabby.

    Oops! Sorry jeremy. We were thinking the same thing I guess.
  6. pyeager1

    pyeager1 Active Member

    I don't know, mid 20's I guess and about as big around as your pinky finger.

    George, that's a Mexican milk snake! I thought it was a scarlet too, but they have a red snout instead of black. I would have been a world record scarlet kingsnake by several inches. :D
  7. George

    George The older I get, the better I was.

    Then I guess the other snakes are smaller than I'd assumed them to be. I was figuring the water moccasin was about 24.
  8. pyeager1

    pyeager1 Active Member

    There ain't no water moccasin on there? :-\ :D
  9. pyeager1

    pyeager1 Active Member

    I'm gonna try to label the snakes using the first picture as a guide.


    Northern pacific Rattlesnake Eastern diamondback

    Speckled Rattlesnake

    Osage copperhead Southern copperhead Mexican milk snake

    Dusky pygmy rattlenake Texas coral snake Mojave rattlesnake
  10. JerryH

    JerryH New Member

    I don't care what kind of snakes they are ----- even mounted ----- they give me the creeps.

    BTW they look good, I mean nice I mean alive ;)
  11. Kerby Ross

    Kerby Ross KSU - Class of '83; U.S. Army - Infantry (83-92)

    I believe

    I believe the Coral snake is an Eastern as they do get quite large.

    Where was it caught?

    Nice stuff Perry!


  12. pyeager1

    pyeager1 Active Member

    Not a western, but a Texas coral snake. It was caught in south Texas. ;)
  13. George

    George The older I get, the better I was.

    Oops. Perry, I didn't even look at the tail of that little sucker. No wonder I thought the coral was bigger. Next time you get snakes from all over hell and creation why don't you give us dummies a program to go by.
  14. mdupertuis

    mdupertuis Active Member

    Beautiful mounts Perry. I recognized that Northern Pacific rattler right away. I've killed a few hundred of them out of my parents apple orchards in Washington State.
  15. mitchson1

    mitchson1 New Member

    good jobl they all look so real
  16. landdepot

    landdepot Active Member

    great pose on the larger copper, looks like the real deal !
  17. LRB

    LRB Member

    Totally Awesome Perry !!... ;)

  18. Donna1

    Donna1 June 1965 Panama

    PM sent
  19. Mr.T

    Mr.T Active Member

    WoW,, looks super Perry!
  20. Hey Perry; The snakes look awesome. I've seen some like that before around my shop here in south Texas. Keep up the good work.