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    Re: How to go herping?

    I saw two around the Don river just in the past week, both chunky females. Maybe it has to do with the fairly warm weather we are still seeing.

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    Re: How to go herping?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zdravko092368 View Post
    I'm just south of Toronto, they are very common if you know where to look, I have seen 486 this year alone. However it is late now and you will have trouble finding any farther than a few metres from their hibernation sites which are relatively hard to find.
    Of that 486 snakes how many would you say were close to 40" long? I have been looking for a couple years now and 34" is the largest plains garter that I have personally seen.

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    Re: How to go herping?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stormin Norman View Post
    Of that 486 snakes how many would you say were close to 40" long? I have been looking for a couple years now and 34" is the largest plains garter that I have personally seen.


    I have the shed of a female Plains, to
    see it you'd think it came from a Bull Snake. She was the one that produced the 100+ clutch.
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    Re: How to go herping?

    Quote Originally Posted by guidofatherof5 View Post


    I have the shed of a female Plains, to
    see it you'd think it came from a Bull Snake. She was the one that produced the 100+ clutch.
    One day I hope to find a enormous one!
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