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Old 22-02-2012, 06:23   #76
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Re: So, you catch a mouse on a sticky tray - then what ?

They might want to move this thread tot he food and drink section
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Old 22-02-2012, 06:24   #77
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They might want to move this thread tot he food and drink section
renamed fresh meat without refrigeration
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Old 22-02-2012, 06:30   #78
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long life cruising on a budget,,,, see you can cruise on 500 dollars a month if you sublimate your diet with fresh meat. Extra fresh protein, might want to consider a mouse farm on a boat, as it has been mentioned that they breed 5 times a year,,unlimited supply,,,figure 4 per person for a easy meal mixed with the rice and beans
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Old 22-02-2012, 06:34   #79
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If ya don't want to go to all the trouble to cook the lil varmint, then just dip him in chocolate syrup....Instant Chocolate Mousse!
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long life cruising on a budget,,,, see you can cruise on 500 dollars a month if you sublimate your diet with fresh meat. Extra fresh protein, might want to consider a mouse farm on a boat, as it has been mentioned that they breed 5 times a year,,unlimited supply,,,figure 4 per person for a easy meal mixed with the rice and beans
and you can be environmentaly responsible by recycling your waste by feeding it to them - we could be on to a winner here
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They make great tarpon bait
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continuing on our international epicure adventure with rodents



you have to admire their effecient humane dispatch method
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Peanutbutter + wooden dowell + bucket filled 1/2 way with water = problem solved
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TIP: when cooking rodents, pre-soaking up to 5 hours helps take away that pesky rodent flavor. AND the longer you cook it, with the other ingredients, the better the meat tastes. Sounds like you got it figured out.
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You caught the little bugger. Do you then take a ball-ping hammer and ting it on the head...? Or do you grab it around its throat and choke the life out of this little wide eyed rodent. Do you put the little cutie that is stuck to the trap in a plastic bag---YES, YOU DO DO THAT-- but then what..? I'm asking you people this, because you're the only ones I trust.

What would you do, for the love of godddddddd?

Big fight with the little lady, and I am not talking about the fu&^*I*%*%^*&ing mouse. Oh, you notice this is "Off Topic"? (And just between us.)

Okay, I know you are all on pins and needles as to what I did...

I took the mouse stuck to the sticky-tray wrapped in a plastic bag, wished it well, and stuck it in the garbage.

And then got hell for it.

Dispatch the little thing in some way. They die a terrible, long, lingering death on those sticky pads. It's MUCH safer for your other pets, who will not catch a weakened and poisoned rodent and then get poisoned themselves, but the sticky pad catches them. I wouldn't object to suffocation as the way to put them down. Personally I could not take a hammer to a mouse. Or you could just drown it ... but I wouldn't just leave it on the sticky pad.
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Roll up the sticky pad and stuff it up your exhaust pipe... a quiet, peaceful death. No pain , no mess, no hard feelin's from the missus... Capt Phil
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Lol. All this over a mouse. I hope none of you mind if I eat the fish I catch.
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Lol. All this over a mouse. I hope none of you mind if I eat the fish I catch.
were you fishing with stickey trap if so how do you attach the leader?
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were you fishing with stickey trap if so how do you attach the leader?

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Regarding snuff or release: termination eliminates repeat offenders.
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