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Old September 21st, 2018
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Default Orion's latest thread……disappeared?

I was looking for Orion's latest thread where he got that awesome hog and two rattlesnakes. Maybe I'm just missing it, but I don't see it.

Is it gone? If so, why?
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It was here yesterday but you are correct it’s gone today from what I see.


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Legal harvest just as i was told several years back when i called about it and even went to headquarters to talk to agents in person. Also, researched this summer in the fishing pamplet and reptile pamphlet. As of todays phone calls its legal according to the regional office at the places I hunt and at 2 other regional offices I called, and according to head herpatologist at ldwf i called legal. According the the one amazing officer at the 4th regional office who researched title 56 and 76 for hours and called me back twice after discussing it with several other biologist and officials that all concluded it was legal and gave me the specific code # in writing that makes it legal. there is no special permit for harvesting a dead snake
For personal consumption with legal hunting gear that any official heard about just the basic wma permit and fishing license covers that just as I was informed years ago..but due to the way social media is now with ppl saying things arent legal especially when it envolves one's career (I see this is all the time on legally harvested post especially non common things like turtles and such)I'm questioning making post. May just spend more time in the woods legally hunting than spending time on the computer or phone to make post like i did last winter and spring when i had many successful hunts and harvests that I never posted about after bruiser bowl ended. I dont need added stress in my life.

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Followed the directions to check with an officer which is what I had did b4 but today kept checking with w everyone I could until I found the specific code. Enjoy yall day guys, I'm having a "blast" in the woods....literally
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So your thread was pulled because someone thought killing the snakes was illegal?


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Yes ppl publically posted how they thought it was illegal. I was told by wardens it was legal but couldn't find it in writing last night and couldn't sleep from stress so i pulled it until i could verify what i was told b4 about the actual snake regulations which arent listed fully except in the 700 pages of the law titles.

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10-4, I agree that they could have sent you a PM and ask if they were legal. Stuff like that is why I quit posting here for 2 years or so.


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Keep posting the stories I for one enjoy reading them all. Thanks for the entertaining and educational stories you post.
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Keep posting the stories I for one enjoy reading them all. Thanks for the entertaining and educational stories you post.


X2 - I also love reading/watching your adventures.


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No accusations were made as to the integrity of the author but a question to the legality of an issue that I had a question about (as well as I assume others might have). I believe the purpose of forums on an open platform are for people to discuss the content of what was posted by the thread originator.

As you can see from what I posted below taken from LDWF's website you can see why my question was asked.


http://www.wlf.louisiana.gov/fishing...ib-regulations

You may not harvest any of the following species from the wild for any purpose in Louisiana:

Tiger salamander Kemp's ridley sea turtle
Southern red backed salamander Leatherback sea turtle
Webster's salamander Loggerhead sea turtle
Mud salamander Gopher tortoise
Red salamander Ringed sawback turtle
Green sea turtle Dusky gopher frog
Hawksbill sea turtle Black pine snake
Louisiana pine snake Eastern diamondback rattlesnake
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