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Please don’t steal from me. #8484209 12/23/21 12:33 AM
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Went to war with the raccoons when I figured out how much corn they are stealing from the feeder. Buying traps is money well spent!

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Re: Please don’t steal from me. [Re: MC68] #8484367 12/23/21 02:40 AM
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Originally Posted by MC68
. . . Buying traps is money well spent!


^ ^ ^ ^ THIS ^ ^ ^ ^

If they're fastened properly and some pinhead jack*ff doesn't
steal em, you'll have em forever + 2 days

Just think how much feed loss and feeder damage could be
avoided if every Texas hunter would buy a couple of relatively
inexpensive varmint traps and use them regularly.
The wabbits and squirrels and young game birds would thank
you too

Re: Please don’t steal from me. [Re: MC68] #8485205 12/23/21 11:13 PM
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Chubby ones

Re: Please don’t steal from me. [Re: MC68] #8485432 12/24/21 03:44 AM
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Traps are $15-20 nowadays? They could be $100 and they would still be worth every penny..

!@#$!@#$!@# !@#$!@#$!@#$ corn thieves!! Keep after em...

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Re: Please don’t steal from me. [Re: reeder05] #8485480 12/24/21 05:41 AM
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Originally Posted by reeder05
Traps are $15-20 nowadays? They could be $100 and they would still be worth every penny. . .

^ ^ ,^ this

Traps work for you 24/7 as long as they're set.
They don't get tired and don't need any light to
do their job.
I've got some out now waiting on some varmints to
come along

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those dogproof traps are real catchers. kids enjoy checking them too.


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Originally Posted by maximum
Originally Posted by MC68
. . . Buying traps is money well spent!




If they're fastened properly and some pinhead jack*ff doesn't
steal em, you'll have em forever + 2 days



Traps are a MUST if you have coons.

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Re: Please don’t steal from me. [Re: Erich] #8505912 Yesterday at 01:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Erich
those dogproof traps are real catchers. kids enjoy checking them too.


The wife and I get up and the dogs can’t wait to go check the traps. It’s getting to be quality time with the wife!!!

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Get em

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Love the cuff traps.

The first time you put them out, don't set them, just fill them up with corn for a few days and they won't be trap shy.

I've also found that if they get trap shy, you can repeat the process and they seem to forget about the trap part until it gets 'em!


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