Indiana Couple Finds a Massive Snake with a Fish Still in Its Mouth [PHOTO]
Previously in this space, I have mentioned that I don't fish. It's not because I don't like it; I just don't have the equipment. I've only ever done it twice, and the biggest menace I faced were great big turtles that didn't want me catching their dinner.
I never encountered a snake either time I dipped a line in the water. In fact, despite my fear of them, I have rarely had run-ins with snakes. Even during many trips to the southwest, it only happened once. And that's more than enough.
BIG SNAKE IN A BIG LAKE -- SOUNDS LIKE DR. SEUSS
Even though they weren't fishing, Amber Conley and Brad Walton did find themselves "fishing" something enormous and unpleasant from Brookville Lake in Union County, Indiana. I might not exactly give up boating after a startling discovery like the one they made, but I'm inclined to agree with Amber's "side note."
BOAT 4 SALE! While fueling up today, we came across a dead snake that had choked on a huge fish.1 down, about 3 million to goSide note: I’m never swimming in the lake again
COULD THE LARGE SNAKE HAVE CHOKED ON THE FISH?
BIG SNAKES MAKE FOR NASTY SURPRISES AROUND THE COUNTRY
Three years ago, in North Carolina, a man found an incredibly long snake in his backyard. But he recognized it as a harmless rat snake. It was, however, the biggest one he says he'd ever seen. I'll say; look at this thing.
And it was 11 years ago when a giant timber rattler was discovered enjoying a swim in Kentucky Lake.
Snakes don't like chlorine, right?