A Texas rattlesnake hunter defends using gasoline to root out snakes
For some Texans, there is only one tried-and-true method for rooting out a rattlesnake. It involves pumping gasoline fumes into the reptile's hole, drawing the snake out, then dispatching it. But now, to the consternation of many rural Texans, the State's wildlife agency is considering banning the practice.
Snake hunter Riley Sawyers tells Carol "It's people not from Texas trying to make Texas rules."
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