Introduction: New and Improved Snake Hook

I took my old home made snake hook and fixed it up into this. The hook is part of a paint roller, and the handle is a copper tube. Duct tape holds it all togeher, and although I am yet to try it in the field, it works with my 3 foot long cornsnake, Maize. My previous instructable on it was very bad, so sorry. I did not make a step by step, but it is simple enough to figure out on your own. I use rubber surgical tubing wrapped with duct tape to pad the hook, to protect the snake.

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hellmaster993 made it! (author)2013-02-19

is that a real snake or your pet snake.?

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freeza36 made it! (author)freeza362013-02-19

He's my pet Corn Snake

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hellmaster993 made it! (author)hellmaster9932013-02-20

thanks is he trained?

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freeza36 made it! (author)freeza362013-02-20

What do you mean by "trained?"

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hellmaster993 made it! (author)hellmaster9932013-02-20

he won't bite when you go near him or anyone else right?

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CSI worker made it! (author)CSI worker2014-12-21

ummm the keywords say its venomus is that true?

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CSI worker made it! (author)CSI worker2014-12-21

lol

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neo71665 made it! (author)2013-09-07

train a snake, roflmao

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Higgs Boson made it! (author)2012-03-31

Why did you put more duct tape on it after you spent like an hour pulling all the old duct tape off?

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freeza36 made it! (author)freeza362012-03-31

to pad the hook. it is only one layer.

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