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Old 11-02-2012, 11:27 AM   #43
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Get some glue traps from Gempler. The winter/cold weather version. I use them all the time in my old RV on the farm. I know when I've caught them, no guessing. The glue is very sticky so don't step on it or touch it. Comes two in a package and are pretty cheap.

I don't get to the farm more than once a month. If any have crawled in, they are toast.

Have caught many since it's in a remote/wooded area.

The snake that moved in was doing a good job but... I just didn't want to share my space with him or her?
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Old 11-02-2012, 02:12 PM   #44
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I use mouse poison and standard snap traps.
Whatever you do, don't use poison!!! You dont want this thing to die in your rig and smell him for the next year or so. Get the larger RAT glue traps and put a small dap of peanutbutter in the center. Put a bunch of them out, along the edges of the counters, by the fridge, in tight places. You will catch them for sure. Check teh traps once a day, and you will have them out in a week or less.
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Treat them like 20+ year old children. Require they start paying their share.

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Treat them like 20+ year old children. Require they start paying their share.
Or tell them to find their own place to live
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Old 11-04-2012, 09:23 AM   #47
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I purchased a Transonic Pro Pest Repeller from Harbor Frieght, $37.99. My rat is gone. I first set traps and did not catch the little critter. I used decon years ago, the rat died in a place I could not find, smelled terrible for several months.
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When I first read the thread title...I thought you meant a Damon "Intruder" . Guess not
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