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Posted by jared w on July 16, 2002 at 19:04:30:
In Reply to: snakes in NC? posted by Chris on July 14, 2002 at 00:02:40:
i am in the boro as well, and have had pretty decent luck this year despite the constantly depleting populations. couple rules of thumb, caneys/timbers can be found south of rt 64, and almost all the way up to it. coppers are everywhere, i have found some this year between winston and high point. never had much luck in the sandhills, but lake waccamaw and the green swamp have been more productive. For the harder to find edbs, i found Moore and columbus Co, as well as the green swamp during hurricane season will usually produce them. but as others have stated, BE AWARE fish and game are doing stakeouts and cruising late night roads, i have been pulled twice this year by wardens on dirt roads. the uwharries are a nice place to find herps as well and i always seem to have decent luck there. hope it helps,
: Hey, is there anyone out there who knows of some good sites in North Carolina for finding copperheads and rattlesnakes? I live in the Triangle, and from time to time I drive out looking for various critters, but for these snakes in particular. To date, I have only come upon an intergrade copperhead, and that was in a parking lot of all places, and I wasn't even the one who initially found it.
: I've been down to the sandhills a few times. Does anyone know some good locations around that area? How about the Uwarrie Mountains?