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Posted by Stacey on 9:51:52 6/16/2011 from 192.204.19.245:

In reply to: Re: wood-eating squirell posted by Yank on 21:11:55 5/26/2011 from 71.185.139.166:

I actually use the 1078 trap. My squirrels get a good healthy diet of garbage, cat food, and anything else they can get their hands on. So they are pretty large. I make them work for the food once they enter the trap setting off the trip plate with their movements. So I got fat city squirrels.



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