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Squirrel fishing- Harvard Study

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I think I might try this.

 

Varmits are everywhere!

 

Here's the scientific article: Squirrel fishing

 

"Call Ted Nugent, I's gots dinner!"

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Somewhere a Bow-fisher is drooling.

 

S.

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I have done that with chipmunks before... If you make it like a spring on a sapling they will grab it and hold on but inevitably they will have to let go and can fly a good distance...

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I think you'll find that stalking, lying in wait for and harrassing all fall under the definition of hunting in the regulations in Ontario so best check the hunting regs. :D

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That's hilarious! So..this is what all that university funding goes towards....LOL. No wonder we are in BIIIIG trouble....haha. Thanks Snag...very entertaining.

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That's hilarious! So..this is what all that university funding goes towards....LOL. No wonder we are in BIIIIG trouble....haha. Thanks Snag...very entertaining.

 

Entertaining?

 

That's serious sport man!

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That is hilarious I'm going squirrel fishing early spring 2007. :lol:

 

What are the regulations on limits on squirrel? And where do I get my license?

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