Posted by John Fasoldt on 9:45:00 6/21/2010 from 220.127.116.11:
In reply to: They have returned posted by Carl S on 9:23:32 6/21/2010 from 18.104.22.168:
Not anything that works consistently... Best would be the removal of stained insulation and painting the wooden members up there to seal off any smells. That's an intensive operation, you really can't do it in the summer and survive long! Plan in the summer, do it in the fall or spring.
Trim the trees, yes, but that won't keep them off, they'll get up there somehow, guaranteed.
Chum a bit, before you set the traps. Let unset traps sit around, baited. When the bait disappears, re-enable the traps and you'll get some.
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