ID the Snake

One morning as we were getting ready to head out fishing on Long Island we found a little snake coiled up hugging one of the coolers. Doug Jefferies picked the thing up much to Samantha’s surprise.

Anyone know what this is? Here’s the story from Scott Heywood’s Fly Paper.

Our little Bahamian neighbor.

Our little Bahamian neighbor.


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  1. That is a Bahamian boa (Epicrates striatus), which is endemic to the Bahamas and are found throughout the islands on the Great Bahama Bank. They are harmless to humans and very docile snakes.

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