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#1 Male OFFLINE   bushden

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Posted 02/25/13 - 04:39 AM

I went out yesterday and walked the woods when I returned I took two ticks off of me, Hard to believe there are still ticks out.

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#2 OFFLINE   jay08723

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Posted 02/25/13 - 06:36 AM

A good product that kills ticks on the spot is called biospot flea and tick its sold in pet stores in a spray bottle. I have used it on both my dogs and myself with super results. The dogs you have to spray before you head into the woods, however ive sprayed my pants after coming out and watched ticks litterally just fall off me. It does have a strong smell so i would not use it for deer hunting, but I have used it for small game and that walk through the woods.

#3 OFFLINE   bigwuhead

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Posted 02/25/13 - 07:21 AM

Same here. Had one crawl off me yesterday after being out on our property. Guess there is no more "Tick Season". It's all year now.

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Posted 02/25/13 - 07:47 AM

Any fox that I have caught over the winter always has live ticks on it. Seems like they ride the winter out on them.

#5 Male OFFLINE   billford

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Posted 02/25/13 - 12:57 PM

ive been picking ticks off of me and my trapped critters all winter

#6 OFFLINE   bayonne

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Posted 02/25/13 - 05:25 PM

they are out any time its above 40

#7 OFFLINE   hunterdan199

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Posted 02/25/13 - 10:07 PM

ticks suck big time.

#8 Male OFFLINE   gobblergetter

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Posted 02/25/13 - 10:38 PM

A mink that I caught today had 4 full blown ticks on it.




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