Festivities begin at noon on Friday and last all day Saturday and Sunday in April at the annual "Fang - tastic" Rattlesnake Hunt in Waurika, Oklahoma!
The Event sponsored by the Waurika Volunteer Firefighters features:
James White & the Outlaw Handlers - Grandbury, Texas. Performing feats daring and courageous in a pit filled with LIVE RATTLESNAKES. Continuous performances.
Karaoke - Friday and Saturday Evenings at Chandelier Club - 119 N Main.
Butcher Shoppe - Snake Meat, Rattlers and Hides can be purchased.
Carnival - Sam's Amusement's from Okemah, Oklahoma
Photo Booth - Get your picture taken with a LIVE DIAMONDBACK RATTLESNAKE!
Concession - Specializing in "Deep Fried Rattlesnake Meat."
Gift and Souvenir Stands
Plaques or Cash Awarded For:
LONGEST SNAKE: - 1st Place, $150, plus Bonus of $50 if over 6 feet; 2nd Place, $100; 3rd Place, $75
MOST RATTLES: - 1st Place, $75; 2nd Place, $50; 3rd Place, $25
MARKED RATTLESNAKES (THERE ARE 4): - $25 Each
All snakes entered for prizes must be LIVE AT TIME of contest. Dead snakes will be disqualified. In case of a tie in any division, the HEAVIEST SNAKE will be declared the winner. All snakes entered for prizes become the property of Waurika Rattlesnake Hunt.
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P.O. Box 224
Waurika, OK 73573
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