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RE: Blacktail Rattlesnakes

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Posted by: psweeny at Fri Mar 4 22:42:44 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by psweeny ]  
   

In a word K-Rat! Try kangaroo rats or gerbils, lizards, or birds. They eat all of these in the wild, except gerbils witch is a substitution for k-rats. 1 of these has always worked for me. Just try all the native food sources in the area of capture. Then scent transfer/switch out, with what you want him to eat.


   

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