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Re: Trapping squirrels in the woods in Michigan.


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Posted by Mike on 21:09:45 2/27/2012 from 75.198.4.114:

In reply to: Re: Trapping squirrels in the woods in Michigan. posted by John Fasoldt on 5:04:10 2/27/2012 from 98.110.81.72:

He said to check and see what he is using to to clean his lines with. It may be that he is using bleach which leaves a salty residue which is what the squirrels are after.



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