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apexpredator
03-22-2006, 1:09 PM
Anybody know of any open land in So Cal where someone can go vaporize ground squirrels? I'm looking for public land or if someone knows a land owner who is willing to let us rid his property, or at least lower the population density, of the little destructive buggers?

Chris

TimG
03-22-2006, 5:16 PM
In my backyard latley. Damn things have made quite a come back. I got rid of a whole bunch of ivy which got rid of the rats & mice but now the ground squirls are all along the back wall. I'm limited to the pellet rifle so its not "vaporizing" but still good target pratice.

kantstudien
03-24-2006, 3:42 AM
Why do you want to kill squirrels? They are so cute! :D

MadMex
03-24-2006, 4:44 AM
Why do you want to kill squirrels? They are so cute! :D
Whenever I encounter this reaction, I respond with an offer to live trap the pest and relocate it to the concerned party’s home.

apexpredator
03-24-2006, 5:31 AM
Everybody here is a comedian! Sheesh!

glen avon
03-24-2006, 9:16 AM
try www.jesseshunting.com

Turbinator
03-29-2006, 8:20 AM
Whenever I encounter this reaction, I respond with an offer to live trap the pest and relocate it to the concerned party’s home.

Love it, great response. :)

Turby

Shoot-it
04-03-2006, 11:55 PM
Well the first thing is go for a drive and look for white t pipe sticking up on farmers land .That is a sure sign they have a varmint problem.Then look for the owner and ask him nicely.Make sure you have a valid hunting license and tell the farmer that you are a responsible hunter and would like too take care of some of his varmints.The worst thing is he can say no.

Good luck

bear308
04-04-2006, 12:28 AM
you mean just regular pvc?

been forest squirelin for years but I'd love to try out some farm killin.

glen avon
04-04-2006, 9:03 AM
Well the first thing is go for a drive and look for white t pipe sticking up on farmers land .That is a sure sign they have a varmint problem....

what is the relationship between white pipes and varmints?

blacklisted
04-04-2006, 4:15 PM
what is the relationship between white pipes and varmints?

The white pipe is a connection to the universe in which varmints spawn. Using their advanced multi-dimensional tunneling, they cross over into our realm and bring havoc and disease with them.

slick_711
04-04-2006, 10:43 PM
The white pipe is a connection to the universe in which varmints spawn. Using their advanced multi-dimensional tunneling, they cross over into our realm and bring havoc and disease with them.

lol :rolleyes:

I would have guessed it'd be a resting post for local hawks, a farmer with a varmint problem would surely love to give a few predatory birds a place to land and do some recon. Although that's just my guess, and maybe no more realistic than multi-dimensional tunneling.

Scotto
04-06-2006, 1:48 PM
so really what is the white pipe for?

slick_711
04-06-2006, 3:35 PM
so really what is the white pipe for?

lol

I wanna know too, but I think my guess isn't unreasonable.

triaged
04-06-2006, 4:58 PM
lol

I wanna know too, but I think my guess isn't unreasonable.Marking holes so cows don't step in them:confused:

Unsub
04-06-2006, 7:52 PM
so really what is the white pipe for?


It can be used to kill varmints via carbon monoxide. You hook up a hose to your tail pipe, then to a PVC pipe dug into a varmint hole, then rev your engine. Kills some of them.

Scotto
04-07-2006, 1:11 AM
im not sure I buy that...
any farmers out there with a white pipe in their front yard??
Old MacDonald you have a call on line 1.....paging Old MacDonald

Eric Mayer
04-07-2006, 8:56 PM
Upside down T-pipe is used to dispense poison. Fill from the top, comes out the bottom. Ground squirrels will go into pipe and eat poison.

Eric A. Mayer :cool:

Bobshouse
04-09-2006, 2:16 PM
The pvc pipe is used for baiting. The trap consists of 3 to 5 inch pvc pipe in a upside down T..you feed the bait in the top, cap it and the pests will eat it from the bottom tube.

http://www1.agric.gov.ab.ca/$department/deptdocs.nsf/ba3468a2a8681f69872569d60073fde1/79ae1a8e97fc559a87256a500054bf36/Information/6.3BCC!OpenElement&FieldElemFormat=gif


Bob