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    Best bait for rats and mice is GoodNature Possum Paste - cinnamon flavour - stable - wont dry out or go mouldy - in the house, garden, shed or up in the bush
    Pulled these two out of traps in the bush this morning - along with a couple of rats - available from Farmlands or similar outlets - in a pocket size pouch so easy to squeeze onto the trap without it tripping

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    @Time-out that looks like a nice set up, first one gets the trap and any others get the poison? And the smell of the poison is going to lure them all in
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    Is that oxo cubes in it

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    They are multi feed Ditrac poison blocks - the triangle blocks are a new Ditrac Extreme block - a more concentrated dose of Diphacinone anticoagulant - Contrac would be much better as it is a single feed poison - the bait station is a useful tool to house a trap and some poison

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    When we were growing up mum used to alternate between peanut butter and chocolate chips, both worked very well.

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    @time out looks like that mouse was doing the sideways shuffle when he got snapped
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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyb View Post
    Found the grey snap ezy to be the best of the snap style traps got 3 from same cupboard in one night without having to re bait
    Me too... they seemed to wise up after no. 3 though. Those traps work well, especially with peanut butter!

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    bluebird rashuns.....and dont forget to wrap a few rounds of cotton on whatever bait you use so they have to tug at it to gtry to get it off.

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    Part of a Pineapple Lump......

 

 

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