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Re: NFC: Trapping Tips.
Just out of curiosity, where does the meaty smell come from with SPAM?:P
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On Sun, 18 Apr 1999, Christian C Burke wrote:
> Date: Sun, 18 Apr 1999 23:46:39 -0700
> From: Christian C Burke <cburke.fish-head at worldnet_att.net>
> Reply-To: nfc at actwin_com
> To: nfc at actwin_com
> Subject: Re: NFC: Trapping Tips.
> I always had good luck using a big chunk of Spam. My theory is that the
> combination of meaty, sweet, salty, spicy, and oily flavors is too much
> to resist. If the Spam wasn't gone by the time I checked the trap, I
> was sure to stumble upon a feeding frenzy that would remind me of a
> scene from that Piranha movie. Bologna, hot dogs, or raw bacon also
> worked for me (same concept as Spam).
> The catfood can with holes in it, mentioned by Mr. McClurg, sounds like
> an excellent idea. I'd think a can of tuna rigged the same way would
> also be worth a try.
> Christian C. Burke
> mailto:cburke.fish-head at worldnet_att.net