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98whitelightnin

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I dont know about you boys up north but we are plagued with mosquitoes down here. My brother came over the other day and said he saw a DynaTrap billboard so I did some research and Sam's had the best price so I just went and got one. Im hoping to see some results in a week or so and ill llet yall know how it works.

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1 hour ago, 98whitelightnin said:

I dont know about you boys up north but we are plagued with mosquitoes down here. My brother came over the other day and said he saw a DynaTrap billboard so I did some research and Sam's had the best price so I just went and got one. Im hoping to see some results in a week or so and ill llet yall know how it works.

 

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Nets are bad here in Iowa, some mosquitoes also. Been a really wet spring this year.

On 6/6/2019 at 6:47 PM, dripley said:

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Leave me some

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1 hour ago, Dieselfuture said:

Nets are bad here in Iowa, some mosquitoes also. Been a really wet spring this year.

Leave me some

It's  well buttered.

 

After weather like this if the wife goes outside it's  like setting up the buffet table for mosquitos. 

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After weather like this if the wife goes outside it's  likesetting up the buffet table for mosquitos. 

Edited 13 minutes ago by dripley

 

That is what I remember as a kid in Holly Ridge.  North Carolina.  

 

 

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That's probably the one and only benefit of being in a severe drought. Not many mosquitoes! But I think I'd rather have some rain and use some bug spray. We're in trouble here.

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I haven’t opened this thing up yet but I have peaked through the cage and it has trapped a lot of mosquitoes and moths in just the few days it’s been running. I’m still getting ate up outside but I think it just hasn’t had enough time to catch up yet. I’ll get a pic or two when I do open it up in a few weeks 

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You're probably attracting naighbor mosquitoes to your place with that thing, put it away from the house so they all go party there. That's how I got rid of ants in the house, I dumped a pile of sugar way in back yard and they somehow smelt it and left, haven't seen any in a while. They also don't like cinnamon from what I hear. 

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I have to either put it in the back yard or front and my front yard isnt that big. Im gonna leave it around front for another couple weeks. Bug sprayer sprayed the lawn for mosquitoes today so hopefully we will be bug free for a while.

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