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What temp for no snakes? #6956705
11/12/17 01:52 PM
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Be bringing my dog for a few days of quail hunting by Vernon.. what temp do the snakes go into hiding so I don't have to worry about her running across one?

Re: What temp for no snakes? [Re: JCCinOhio] #6956715
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You should be fine under 40......even on "cold" days they can be found basking if its a sunny day. Even in the 50's they will not be very active.....


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Re: What temp for no snakes? [Re: JCCinOhio] #6956864
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Looks like highs will be in the 50's when I'm there (LOOOONG term forecast for early Dec)...

Re: What temp for no snakes? [Re: JCCinOhio] #6957121
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Snakes usually get pretty sluggish in the low 60's. Still out but not very aggressive has been my experience. Don't mean they won't bite though if a dog fools with it.

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