Has anyone noticed an increase in the numbers of diamondbacks this year? In the past 6 weeks I've had the pleasure of coming in contact with 17 buzzworms all were over 5', 2 were just over 7'. Seems it always happens when I've got nothing to kill them with, and in areas you wouldn't necessarily expect to find them. Most all have been along the Banana river, on property bordering large residential areas. A few have been in Pine and palmetto flats on Merritt Island, would expect them there. It seems they are swimming the salt water canals and river a lot more than usual. There is no real building going on to cause the movement. Wondering if perhaps it could be a breeding explosion?
Don't tell our fearless leader you'd like to kill them, seems he's fond of snakes. But....if you do, the skins would look mighty purdy on some bows I'm working on...
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