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Re: Catching Rabbits in Live traps

  • Subject: Re: Catching Rabbits in Live traps
  • From: BanyaiHsta@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 05 Jun 2001 09:59:45 EDT

The rabbit size trap has about a 8 inch on the side square opening, the ground hog trap about 12-15 inches opening.

We used to shoot squirrels raiding the bird feeder from the upstairs bathroom window, but I had to stop the boys because they would get out of bed and start their "bathroom" routine in the morning, then look out the window run downstairs to get the gun and back upsatirs. I figured as soon as someone or something inside the house got hit by a BB or pellet the fun would be gone, so the rule became - get dressed first then go outside and shoot them.  

As they said, Dad, you're no fun anymore. 

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