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Posted by T1000 on 20:57:10 3/21/2012 from 67.103.131.45:

Hello John and everyone else, it has been a while! It looks like the squirrel population has returned back to normal, so I must make a return to the battlefield. However, this time I don't have a lot of time to watch the trap like before, so if I do trap a squirrel it will take a few hours to a day to check the trap and dispose. What are some tips for people in my situation? I could put some type of sleeve on the cage so that other squirrels in the area cannot see any trapped squirrel in distress? If I cover the cage in some type of way, then I will have to buy a 1040 from John so I can have both sides open. I could just chum the trap the whole week and just trap them on the weekend? Any more tips? Thanks for your time.



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