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Andy212
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Best way to trap a squirrel

Any suggestions would be appreciated thank you never had to catch one. But trying to train a pup not having the best of luck catching one

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Trap

Peanut butter jelly n a small live trap from tractor supply

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Hang it on a tree on a nail door facing up

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Iíve had the best luck by putting feed around and in the trap for a day or two to get em use to going in. I put a stick through the trap so it wonít shut. When I need one I just remove the stick. I only do it when Iím home where I can check the trap regularly as they donít seem to last long. Havenít figured that part out yet. Iíve used sunflower seeds and acorns. Both seem to work good.

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Meyerskennels
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Catch a squirrel

The way I catch them it with a 2 door trap for stuff about the size of squirrel or rat and put it on a big stump where a tree has been cut and put corn all the way through and on the pan I like to put it on a stump where thereís acorn shells where one has been eating theyíll see that corn and go through it Iíve caught a lot like that I know a lot of guys put them going up a tree and that works too but I have found putting one on a stump is quicker and easier usually youíll have one every day or 2 might take 3 days but if theyíve been eating nuts in top of a particular stump you should catch one pretty quick also black walnuts corn or peanut butter Should all catch one pretty quick

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