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Posted by SJF on 23:06:17 4/10/2012 from 68.44.27.244:

In reply to: Re: NJ Regulations posted by RS from LI on 20:54:07 4/10/2012 from 24.186.66.245:

I'm there with RS, but in my neighbors' defense, I think they might have just been bothered by the bird's noise. I've been trapping for a few weeks, and if the neighbors wanted to get me in trouble, they've had plenty of time.

That said, John, what are the permissible ways to put down squirrels you catch? I've been doing it the way you recommend (drowning) on my property.



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