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  • qjt7609
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    Skeeters for sure would be a plus haha

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  • MLAH
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    ^

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  • kmack
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    ^^ I was just thinking the same thing!
    Last weekend spent two days shredding 4'-5' tall grass down near Sinton...tons of mosquitoes!

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  • eaglegolfj
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    That would be bad ace if it worked on misquotes.

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  • BlackHogDown
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    I had to click to see how you were catching deer and sandflys in the same trap...

    Looks like a good idea

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  • Bard
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    Make a sticky blue suit for your dog and turn him loose a 1/2 hr before you have to go out.

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  • BTLowry
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    Originally posted by justletmein View Post
    Think these would do any good if just left around camp?
    Yep

    This last one I made and stuck on the 4 wheeler, next day I had 3 or 4 stuck to it already and the 4 wheeler had not moved.
    One of the videos I watched they had the bottles on some kind of carousel. I think hanging them on a string to move around in the breeze wouldn't hurt

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  • justletmein
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    Think these would do any good if just left around camp?

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  • gonehuntin
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    I'm glad you bumped this back up, I was trying to remember what you did last year. With all the rain we have had, those little devils are bad.

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  • BTLowry
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    Bumping this back up since the little biting devils are in attack mode already

    Off to a good start

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  • bfree
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    nice one, going to try this..

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  • EarleyBird
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    Tagged

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  • manwitaplan
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    Awesome! First time i am seeing a solution. Love TBH braintrust

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  • BTLowry
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    Originally posted by darralld View Post
    Does the blue color attract them?
    Apparently so
    It was covered up in them and I threw it out last week
    I have a white one I need to put the tanglefoot on and try to get a comparison

    Originally posted by Dusty Britches View Post
    That's pretty slick. I wonder if it works in the spring on buffalo gnats.
    I don't know but it would be worth a try

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  • Dusty Britches
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    That's pretty slick. I wonder if it works in the spring on buffalo gnats.

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