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2 hours ago, formakos said:

I believe mine was 4".  They went up it with ease!!!!

Haven't seen a squirrel at the feeder all day.  Think they got the message.  If they can grab around the 5", I'll screw a 6" duct around the 5" with 1/2" spacers.  Now to electrify the garden to keep them from digging up where I planted seed.  Maybe hook up + and - wires in a grid pattern on a board with a peanut in the middle.  Watt amps to make them volt?  Speaking of peanuts, one of the neighbors must be feeding them the peanuts with the shells still on because I'm digging them up in my gardens.

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I had the same issue. Get yourself a dog who has zero issues murdering squirrels. Case the feeders and let the dog out every time they. Eventually the decide it’s not worth it. Worked for me


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Mix cayenne pepper powder and Vaseline and put it on the pole.  You can heat it in a pan to make it liquid and brush it on the pole so that it's a smooth even coating.  

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