Hello everybody just wanted to post about a little family adventure we just had where we actually camped along a small creek in Southern Oregon and used a crawdad trap with a dead squirrel that we found as bait. We ended up catching 11 crawdads overnight we washed them off and boiled them in water […]Read More Catch, Cook and Eat Crawdads Straight From An Oregon Stream!
I am from Southwest Oregon and test various traps for various pests along with other videos as well. After using these traps for over a year and trapping over 40 moles and 20+ Pocket Gophers with the Gopherhawk trap I can honestly say its my go to trap and by far easier to set and […]Read More The Best Mole/Gopher Dual Purpose Trap In The World!
Ants are everywhere this time of year and occasionally cause mayhem when getting into your bathroom, kitchen or even indoor plants. I own a small pest control company and would like to share a couple DIY tips you can try before hiring an exterminator. 1. As you probably guessed… Baits- they make gel baits and […]Read More DIY Ant Control For Most Ants
I own a small pest control service business in Southern Oregon and I am trying to enlighten customers and do it yourself people that in todays day in age pest control is a service, and not any magic potion or spray that us pest certified technicians have access to that you as a homeowner do […]Read More DIY Ant Control Tips With Nothing But Amazon Products.
I was on a buddies trapline and our first second and third trap sets were empty, but low and behold on the fourth check we found a real wild North American Fisher a truly beautiful animal which due to its dwindling numbers are protected. Luckily the Fishers paw was unharmed and it was released back […]Read More A Fisher In Western Oregon!
Fishing tributaries for the Klamath in Oregon.Read More Klamath Falls, Oregon
Step 1: Buy 110 Conibear Traps, Step 2: look for tunnels around the edges of your pond set traps so that muskrats going through hole are caught and humanely killed. Check local game regulations first. Make sure trap is wired or staked. A Trap setting tool is recommended. Also make sure no pets are likely […]Read More Muskrats Destroying Your Pond? This Will Help You!