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Old 03-12-2020, 02:32 PM
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Back in 1995 sports illustrated said I would be the next Ken Climo, but they wouldn't let me play on the tour... If I would have know about this fangled alligator spray, I would have just sprayed it all over my self and I might be more than just a coach for retired ultimate players today.
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Old 03-13-2020, 01:01 AM
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We're pretty lucky here in the midwest where dangerous wildlife isn't as prevalent. But disc retrievers won't help much if you come across a bear.
I saw one of those Mississauga "Michigan" rattlesnakes at Hudson Mills in about 1999. A friend's drive on the short dogleg right hole wrapping around that bog in the middle of the course (I'm terrible at remembering hole numbers!) landed right next to a baby one. The Disc was...A Cobra!

We used a long stick to retrieve her Cobra. The snake was cute. We could absolutely see its little rattle going!

(Now that I think about it, some friends and I also saw one the last time I was there about 8 years ago or so. Another baby, it was sunning itself on the bike/rollerblading trail near the middle of the Monster course).
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I've lived in WI my whole life and I've seen exactly 1 bear in the wild. It ran across the road in front of our car over 20 years ago. Definitely one if the benefits of living in the Midwest is the lack of vicious reptiles lol.
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Old 03-13-2020, 10:10 AM
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Are alligators a big disc golf concern?
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