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Posted by Yank on 21:11:55 5/26/2011 from 71.185.139.166:

In reply to: Re: wood-eating squirell posted by jimmybmagic on 10:00:05 5/26/2011 from 76.211.84.110:

Because in has been my experience, the only trap that was large enough for an Eastern Grey squirrel, with their large bushy tails, was the 1040. The Havahart 1030 traps that I originally purchased were "hit or miss" at best. My luck changed dramatically when I started using the 1040. Hell, I even caught a woodchuck in my 1040!

Good Luck!

Yank



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