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Posted by CarlS on 10:59:21 5/26/2011 from 192.151.110.119:

In reply to: Re: Trapping posted by John Fasoldt on 6:02:52 5/25/2011 from 98.110.81.72:

Great idea on the storage box. I've been using a 50 gallon garbage tote and standing the cage on end (with bungee cords keeping the locks latched). I can only imagine submerging the cage in an appropriately sized 2x3x2 storage box would be significantly easier + less standing water.

I can lift plenty, but this seems like a good way to get my garbage tote back in full use (since it's been out of commission since 2 years ago).



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