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Old 06-02-2019, 12:20 AM   #1
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Default Oregon, fish, snake ID, update.

Been a wild ride, the plan is possibly relocate to Salem, done a little fishing now that a job is secured.

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Nice lil'bass.
Back in SoCal we called those Gopher snakes.
Some type of Stonefish.
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A sculpin?
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Snake has a pattern like a garter snake but too big....Fish looks like a toad fish but got some weird coloring. Glad you are adjusting up there!!!!
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You made it through the winter, how bad was it? Beautiful scenery, glad to see your finding some fish.
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It is a 'Pacific Gopher Snake'.
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You made it through the winter, how bad was it? Beautiful scenery, glad to see your finding some fish.
Wild!

For weeks I asked everyone what to expect, and their reply was "1-2 inches at most"

Well, they officially had the second most snowfall in the towns history, we lost power for almost 4 days, and noone could get anywhere because their prius' aren't 4 wheel drive

It was fun though, I had chains I got to try out for the first time, being in the cold house kinda sucked but I still made it to work. Being at the central hardware store when things like that happen is wild for sure

Didn't fish much all winter, we lost 1 duffel bag during the entire move, and it had all my winter/hunting clothes In it.
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