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    Field Herping in the Northwest (Q&A)

    I live in a rural area and I'm having trouble finding the amazing Rubber Boa as they have been reported in my area (yes I realize it's winter). Does anyone have any tips for finding elusive snakes and/or attracting them to your yard? Thanks
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    Are you trying to capture one or just bring all the snakes to your yard?
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    Re: Field Herping in the Northwest (Q&A)

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnieskys View Post
    Are you trying to capture one or just bring all the snakes to your yard?
    I kno milkshakes will bring all the boys to the yard soooo. Maybe something along those lines will help.

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    Re: Field Herping in the Northwest (Q&A)

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnieskys View Post
    Are you trying to capture one or just bring all the snakes to your yard?
    I am trying to attract them if I can't find them
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