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I've had good luck with traps and bait stations from this place

Some good reading too as there are a few different bait types.
Old 11-21-2011, 07:50 AM
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So last night I go in the garage and find a mouse just sitting there next to the P-car. I get close and stomp and whistle. It just continues to sit there but it twitches with the noise. I think WTF, the thing was staring me down and was freaking me out. I leave the garage and Ben alone. This morning I go back in there and find it on its side stiff as a board. I figured the green poison blocks must immobilize the rodents as they slowly die. One down, dozens more to go. That what sucks about living next to a big, open field.
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Originally Posted by widgeon13 View Post
Take a five gal plastic bucket, fill with five inches of water, spread peanut butter around the inside of the rim, five inches down from the top, put a paint stirring stick from a block of wood to the rim and leave overnight. Check in the morning.

Drowned mice, no muss, no fuss, no poison. Throw them out and start again.
I'm luckey, no rodents in either garage but we did use this trick at work one time, we showed up and it was isolated and in a mountain valley, nobody slept the first night, mice in your sleeping bag, running accross your chest etc, we set up the pail traps and drown about 650 of them over the next 24 hours took about a week till we were down to 50 drowned a night and they went for the peanut butter instead of checking out your privates when you were trying to sleep.
I think my secret is I have never eaten food in the garage and its also a new building so is sealed off pretty good. I hate vermin. Not a fan of poision because of the wall stink thing.
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i am going to do this with the damn squirrels. brilliant.

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