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bigbuckhunter88
 April 26 2017 02:36PM  
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Had a pretty productive afternoon in Henry County. One grocery bag, one beach tote bag, and finally my hat once out of room and hands. Only a handful of greys.

Nice haul, Speng! How do you guys keep the dang ticks at bay? My tick to morel ratio is 2 to 1 at the moment! Confused Angry


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 April 26 2017 02:52PM  
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Had a pretty productive afternoon in Henry County. One grocery bag, one beach tote bag, and finally my hat once out of room and hands. Only a handful of greys.

Nice haul, Speng! How do you guys keep the dang ticks at bay? My tick to morel ratio is 2 to 1 at the moment! Confused Angry


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So were can you find it and what would I be looking for? Was looking the other day and the writing on those things is tiny.


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 April 26 2017 03:49PM  
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 April 26 2017 04:04PM  
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Had a pretty productive afternoon in Henry County. One grocery bag, one beach tote bag, and finally my hat once out of room and hands. Only a handful of greys.

Nice haul, Speng! How do you guys keep the dang ticks at bay? My tick to morel ratio is 2 to 1 at the moment! Confused Angry



I didn't Evil Found 2 but that really wasn't bad for the amount of ground covered and time spent outside.


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 April 26 2017 05:41PM  
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Had a pretty productive afternoon in Henry County. One grocery bag, one beach tote bag, and finally my hat once out of room and hands. Only a handful of greys.

Nice haul, Speng! How do you guys keep the dang ticks at bay? My tick to morel ratio is 2 to 1 at the moment! Confused Angry


Permethrin



So were can you find it and what would I be looking for? Was looking the other day and the writing on those things is tiny.


The link is the stuff have used in the past. However if you use slot of it I recommend buying bulk straight permethrin and mixing your own. And make sure you only treat clothes and boot and don't spray directly on your skin


 
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 April 27 2017 12:05AM  
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+1 on permatherin haven't had a tick on me in three years. I use spray/aerosol kind. Spray clothes the night before going out especially around cuffs and such where ticks will come in at works like a dream! I like to enjoy my time outside instead of worrying about how many ticks are on me. Big Grin


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Scott791
 April 27 2017 11:12AM  
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Permethrin is the ticket. I use the repel brand stuff works great Wall mart,scheels has it. I don't go into woods with out clothes sprayed down stuff also last two weeks.


 
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Bixahawk
 April 28 2017 09:39AM  


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I haven't found a one in Scott Co. yet about 4hrs of looking two different times. This cold weather isn't gonna help any!


 
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 April 28 2017 10:13AM  
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I haven't had much luck either. Not very good at it I will admit. Maybe it will be better next week after the rain and a warm up?


 
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Norhawk
 April 28 2017 02:10PM  


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I haven't had to much luck..only found 16 so far this year. Just enough for an appetizer! Razz


 
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