Originally Posted by Ford Idaho
Anything that touches the ground is like an elevator.
Place bait around all ground contact points.
I agree !! If you control the access points, you don't have to worry about where they are getting in.
I put a spin trap on the trailer tongue, and also use WD-40 on the tongue jack, so maybe it is too slick to climb. In previous years I put D-Con in a can with a small hole in the lid between each set of tires. This year, I am going to put a spin trap on the top of each tire. I tried snap traps there, but after catching a bird, I no longer user those outside. But I do use snap traps on the inside of the camper just in case those little boogers make it past all of the other setups. I also put a sticky trap around the electrical umbilical cord.
There is also an "owl" perched on the front of my camper to discourage those little pests from even thinking about making a run for my camper.
Chap , DW Joy, and Fur Baby Sango
2006 Ford F150 Super Cab 4x4
2008 Surveyor 263