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  1. jim summers

    jim summers Active Member

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    How come you can go to your favorite squirrel hunting place and there will be squirrels alllllll over the place, and go back to that same spot the very next day and not see one squirrel. Whats up with that.
  2. pinecone70

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    They know.
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    Not enough deoderant that day?
  4. jim summers

    jim summers Active Member

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    Hey i am being serious here.
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    Sorry.:eek:

    I don't think they are too smart.;) It's just probably a coincidence.:confused:
  6. pinecone70

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    All I know is that you have to beat those little buggers out of bed in the morning, in order to show up before they do. They still seem to know you're there even if they're not smart.

    I was not talented at squirrel hunting anyway.....
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    I agree, pretty much hit or miss.;)
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  9. red14

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    He was trying to be serious.:cool: Boy, are you in a lot of trouble.:eek:
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    you got to have more patience than the tree rat. I belive they are one of natures most cunning creatures. They were put here on earthy to keep people like Tranter and yourself stocked up on nerve pills and bird feeders.
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    Ut Oh... You had to go and get Tranter all squirrely about the topic:eek:
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    In my experience tree rats visit diffrent areas for feeding daily, it may be one day they hit the area your in thats why you see them, then the next day they move to another area to feed and socialize. if theres only the one area then you may be makin to much noise/movement and keeping them from coming out. or its possible you just havent waited long enough you typically need to be out before they show up very early, and as with all hunting have patience. you can also try the many squirell calls that are out there to try getting them to home in on your location.
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    You are all wrong.


    This is what you do.







    Bring a bottle of whiskey with you and keep drinking till you see the little suckers.:eek:

    edit: But seriously do they sell doe squirrel pee in heat?
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  14. Big ugly

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    It never fails when you go hunting. For instance, you go out to hunt rabbits, and they are nowhere to be found but there is a whole butt load of squiirel in the trees. You go squirrel hunting and not see a single one but there is rabbits every bloody where. It is a total conspierecy I tell you. The little buggers are communicating with each other. Ever notice now that the wheather has been changing that the tree rats are getting more and more active in the latter months, you know why? Cuz they sit up there in their trees and snitch on you to the deer and Turkeys that you are out there hunting.
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    Bingo!
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