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Guest smallgamehunter

U could bury them in the ground in the summer as a trap for crickets to use for fishin

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U could bury them in the ground in the summer as a trap for crickets to use for fishin

that's a good idea.

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C'mon, greene, don't give up yet. We've been following this thread for weeks waiting for you guys to catch something. 

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I did order some more fox urine and also some more fox gland lure. It should be getting here this week some time.

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Guest smallgamehunter

Try them in combination with a fresh dead mouse and u should catch him

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Still working on getting that mouse I've had traps out for them all week. I think I'll have to move them

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Guest smallgamehunter

U could also try chicken livers make sure they extra bloody

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Still working on getting that mouse I've had traps out for them all week. I think I'll have to move them

I believe the mouse population in my garage has been decimated.  Killed those 4-5, since then, none of the bait, poison nor traps have been touched.

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Mice seldom venture out into the open when they travel. Place your trap along a wall near some thing. I put my traps with the bait end towards the wall so they can come to it from any direction. Cheese is still a good bait because it dries hard and they have to tug at it. Smash the cheese into the trigger pan.

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Guest smallgamehunter

Where could a person find chicken livers?

local meat market or grocery store Walmart also carries them

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Well I just found a den entrance for a beaver dam perfect for a conibear, a patch of open water where muskrats are coming out of the water and some weasel tracks. I hope to get some traps set today.

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Checked the weasel boxes... Nothing. IM going to leave the brave trap till Friday since you only need to check them every 3 days. If I don't catch anything I will move it.

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Guest smallgamehunter

Bob the rodent hunter

 

Rodents everywhere tremble in fear

 

What's that bring the count to?

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