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Post By: bhooker      Posted: 5/28/2020 4:56:02 PM     Points: 3    
will be taking the boat up to haggler this sat. I'm thinking it should be filled up by now. is it ? and how is the bite ?
 Reply by: daahoud      Posted: May. 28, 10:14:34 PM     Points: 1345    
Hag was pretty full when I was out there a little over a week ago. Went out about mid-day then got blown off the lake early afternoon. Ton's of folks applying fishing pressure from shore. Bathrooms have been locked and portables setup.
 Reply by: bhooker      Posted: May. 29, 5:51:17 PM     Points: 3    
thanks for the info. got to drive by there today at one o'clock. parking lot was close to full but not many boats. people sitting and swimming off the boat dock, fishing off the smaller boat ramp. I didn't get out cause I was in my delivery van, I just hope to get there early enough and out before all that goes on.
 Reply by: bhooker      Posted: May. 31, 2:34:21 PM     Points: 3    
Went out to haggler sat for three or four hours and fishing was kind of slow. Caught three panfish but was really looking for catfish. Give that up and caught stockers trolling. Lake had a lot of people on the lake and the bank as well. Lots of people on paddle boards that I haven't seen in the past. Now here is my question, I took the cover off my boat and found where a squirrel had been living and made a mess. He got under the cover and decieded to squat in my boat. What can I put in the boat deture the pest from coming back ?
 Reply by: Fritz7      Posted: May. 31, 5:08:07 PM     Points: 0    
Bhooker we have a friend that used to work at a RV shops and she said to use dryer sheets to keep mice out. Not sure if that would work or not?
 Reply by: Assassin      Posted: May. 31, 7:46:35 PM     Points: 1069    

You keep keep an owl in there. Or a badger. That oughta keep the squirrels out. Lol.
 Reply by: skiman      Posted: May. 31, 7:59:04 PM     Points: 2332    
There are several chemical, electronic, and natural squirrel repellents available. You might try one of those after reading the reviews. Some work better than others. Good luck Sir!
 Reply by: not too old to fish      Posted: Jun. 2, 9:41:16 AM     Points: 5235    
Cheap fix is mothballs, had some squirrels get into my attic one time and I put some mothballs in there and it chased them out for good.
 Reply by: Ajax5240      Posted: Jun. 2, 9:48:39 AM     Points: 29789    
I have used dryer sheets with good success. They smell a whole lot better than moth balls!
 Reply by: jdavis      Posted: Jun. 2, 10:33:07 AM     Points: 60    
I read about this stuff on Walleye Central:

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I used it in my camper and boat last winter, I had no problems.