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Posted by Jeff B on 9:56:02 2/18/2010 from 141.129.1.98:

Let's say hypothetically that a snap trap got some blood on it. Further, let's say hypothetically that the blood was washed off best it could be, but the wood still showed the stain. Would the trap be useable, or would the slight smell of blood make a squirrel shy away?



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