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Posted by John Fasoldt on 12:59:46 4/30/2010 from 173.71.122.198:

In reply to: Should I use multiple traps in an attic? posted by Twobikas on 12:17:34 4/30/2010 from 68.194.255.93:

The 1025 is probably too small. But you can still use it, use it as a decoy. Wire it open and baited, let him come and go as he pleases. Make the 1040 your real trap.

Squirrels are "sight" animals, and diurnal. Leaving the light on tends to make him more confident in a dark space.

---John



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