NY Herper: It sucks that I have to travel so far upstate to find one of those.
zach wilson: Nice softshell tho
umadbro: i catched a baby soft shell and a reptile snapping turtle very small
smetlogik: @ zach wilson - you need to throw up a vid of you catching a softshell by hand.
zach wilson: dude why a net? its easy to use hands only I catch full grown snapping turtles bare handed
Petfax: Was this in colorado?
MrButthole265: do you know like which river or canals...whats.the name and do you think the colorado River have any?
MrButthole265: Do u know there's any near Southern Cal cuz trying to get some
Nick Milunovich: Yeyeyeye! That's Live Action! I catch most of the reptiles with my bare hands only! Live Action!
monkey8113: Now cook it!
Wilson Tsai: Do you trap a lot of softshell turtles? I have a fish and turtle farm in California and am looking for trappers to sell me some.
miamiglitch: I heard they re delicious!
AMBRIELLE GREGORY: I live in syracuse ny
smetlogik: we're way down in SE co
Kyle Wade: what city/area is this in colorado?
CrazzyHorse1367: I have a soft shell turtle at home and I catch her with my bare hands
smetlogik: Should be there. They're shy turtles though.
smetlogik: Yeah, definitely, depending upon where you're located. I think you have two species there, the Gulf Coast spiny's are more common. You'd have to look at a distribution map, but I think the south central part of the state is where you'll find them. What county are you in?
NC HERPS: Hey im in NC and i live above a river. i catch cooters and painteds but the rivers sandy with sandy banks , flowing but not too fast. would
softshells be here? thanks. nice catch BTW