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Re: Update on squirrel problem


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Posted by John Fasoldt on 16:45:02 1/26/2012 from 98.110.81.72:

In reply to: Update on squirrel problem posted by ams on 7:07:38 1/26/2012 from 76.105.84.183:

As far as the conibears are concerned, I've seen a squirrel chew his leg off in 10 minutes to get out of a trap. And your catch will be affected if other squirrels are hurt or killed in the trap and other squirrels see it.

If you're going to trap, use live traps. Preferably a 1040 Hava-Hart

---John



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