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    Aussie Member Westy's Avatar
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    Default Are snake boots or gadders Work

    Are these really worth the money or do you think there just a gimick???We have hunted for years and never used them but recently there seems to be a influx of snakes!!!Do they really work or is this just a ploy to get westy snake Bit????
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    I have never used them but here across the pond in the midwest the snakes are not a problem during deer season. I dont see how they would hurt unless you wore them to the beach...the ladies might love them..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z7lonewolf View Post
    I have never used them but here across the pond in the midwest the snakes are not a problem during deer season. I dont see how they would hurt unless you wore them to the beach...the ladies might love them..
    Not that sort of snake????
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    oooooohhhh snap

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    Default Snake Guards

    I was hit by a diamondhead as a kid and have a small scar on my calf and a much bigger one on my psyche so I wear these during snake season. Keeps burs and bugs out too. Nice and light, great for brush busting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Where's Bruce? View Post
    I was hit by a diamondhead as a kid and have a small scar on my calf and a much bigger one on my psyche so I wear these during snake season. Keeps burs and bugs out too. Nice and light, great for brush busting.
    http://snakeguards.com/snakeguards.htm
    Video at http://snakeguards.com/snake_bite_video.html
    Thanks for that bruce real neat stuff here will get onto it asap
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