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Old 10 July 2006, 09:49   #11
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I can lend you this one for a few weeks if you like
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Old 10 July 2006, 12:03   #12
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ADS, can I borrow yours to do some anti-magpie training on this lot?
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ADS, can I borrow yours to do some anti-magpie training on this lot?
No problem at all he is fully coded for charter, and if any of you are having any problems with your auxiliary outboards he has a broad knowledge of seagulls
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Old 10 July 2006, 12:32   #14
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I can lend you this one for a few weeks if you like
Yep she brings magpies in too and lets them go, had two in the house this year
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Old 10 July 2006, 13:10   #15
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Love the stories! I have obtained another mouse trap (Humane one) and will also bait this. On a kitchen roll front....Our Gerbils get all these. For some reason they had a falling out yesterday and have had to be seperated for the first time since we got em, might be mouse related?
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If it helps we found the best bait was Cheerios and trap placement along skirting.
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It WAS rather bad there-but thats what happens when you live in a 900 year old house .
900 years!! What is it, a mud hut?!!
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A shot gun will do the trick as long as you don't mind a little colateral damage.
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Try peanut butter for bait never fails here.


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Old 10 July 2006, 16:28   #20
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Try peanut butter for bait never fails here.
Yep, works particularly well on squirrels, too! One of my neighbours caught six (!!!) squirrels over the course of a couple of weeks in her loft using peanut butter in a Fenn trap.

Andy, I do admire your diligence in attempting to catch that mouse alive, but it's really not to be recommended having them using your house as a latrine for over a week, particularly if you've got young kids. The spring loaded traps are humane in that they are lethally effective - the mouse literally won't know what hit it.
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