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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 10-14-2015, 01:13 AM Thread Starter
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Talking to someone today, heard Coyotes would have a lot of Ticks on them now. Is it better to wait until November when they aren't so bad? Hate them little Critters.
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If you catch early canines covered in fleas and ticks....spray the inside of a garbage bag with tick/flea killer spray from a hardware store and make sure you trap the fumes... Bring bag up over hanging animal and twist tie it shut. Give it about 30 minutes and shake off dead ticks.
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GOOD ADVICE THANKS
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post #4 of 16 (permalink) Old 10-14-2015, 09:46 AM Thread Starter
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suppose to drop down to the 30's soon. should help, I hope!
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brush them out good when u take them home before skinning. simple dog brush with remove chiggers and burs and most creepy crawlies.

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Prepare to encounter lice as well.
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how long will stuff like that stay on a dead host? im talking lice fleas ticks etc.

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I've noticed when it's cold that if I throw a critter outside the shed in the morning and skin it after I get home from work I have less cucarachas to deal with.
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Ticks I can prevent that with spray. Lice, making my skin crawl. Is it better to wait until November when it's colder? I probably sound pretty wimpy now.
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If cold weather killed them off they would have gone extinct last year. They are going to be present no matter when you catch your critters.

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