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Posted by John Fasoldt on 22:31:05 1/9/2012 from 98.110.81.72:

In reply to: Reusing trap? posted by Bill Tennyson on 22:01:21 1/9/2012 from 68.53.84.246:

Patience, patience.... Seeing another squirrel in a trap (as long as he hasn't been hurt) will not bother him.

Put out the baited trap again, disable it so he can come and go, then when he starts to take the bait, re-enable it.

Go thru my squirrel pages for more hints.

---John



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