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Posted by Mis Tigi on 13:19:10 9/17/2010 from 98.116.75.175:

In reply to: Re: Squirrels posted by Carol on 17:47:51 9/12/2010 from 68.44.160.59:

Glue traps are not going to work for squirrels. They will get trapped into them but they will chew through the trap and easily get away. Its a waste of time.

As John mentioned, 1025 is too small, I had some luck with it early in the season with smaller squirrels but later on it became a huge frustration till I got a bigger trap.



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