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Posted by Dorothy Martin on 0:34:01 10/24/2010 from 67.235.98.223:

One place I saw you mentioned nailing a rat trap on a tree, I think, (to trap flying squirrels) with apple dipped in maple syrup for bait. Could you give a bit more detail - do you nail the trap up vertically on the trunk? How high up? How do you fasten the apples onto the trap? Do you take it down during daytime?


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