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I saw a large snake get run over today looked like a water snake. I looked around on the internet and saw how to skin a snake. J

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  • I saw a large snake get run over today looked like a water snake. I looked around on the internet and saw how to skin a snake. J

    I saw a large snake get run over today looked like a water snake. I looked around on the internet and saw how to skin a snake. Just wondering what you could use the skin for.

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    Don't make a hatband out of a protected species!

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    • #3
      Wallets are great tot make, or use it to inlay during leather work. I work with leather a little and it is a fun hobby when the days are wet or nothing is going on.

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      • #4
        you could back a longbow with it if its big enough

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          If you have about 22-23 inches of snakeskin, I'd agree with Bayouwolf...skin it, dry and stretch it on a board, and craft a hatband out of the skin. You could make a watchband, or a cell phone pouch out of it, if it offers enough girth.

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          • #6
            Make sure it is not protected, then craft away. You could make an awesome knife sheath. Post a pic if you haven't positively id, someone maybe able to I'd it for you.

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              Make sure it is not protected, then craft away. You could make an awesome knife sheath. Post a pic if you haven't positively id, someone maybe able to I'd it for you.

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              • #8
                Thanks ejh but i went back and realized that sucker smelled terrible. Thanks anyway.

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