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    Prevention through repellents is critical for avoidance and should be everyone's focus when preparing to go out.

    Something to consider though is how to deal with removing ticks that still find a way on you in a way that minimizes injecting yourself with what's in them. I recently saw this nifty little tick removal tool and now waiting for a set I ordered off ebay. Seems it is acts like the claw of a hammer but it traps the tick so that you spin the tool as you gently pull and it kind of unscrews the ticks feeding tube so the chance of it breaking off or worse the tick juice being injected into you is minimized. Here is a pic of one.
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    Cleaning up the country side, one shotgun shell at a time.

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    Found a video on the tool.

    Cleaning up the country side, one shotgun shell at a time.

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    Man that flew so far over your head I doubt any information would sink in.

    To make it very clear; I was saying that a forum just for this already exist.

    But take it as you wish.

    Quote Originally Posted by bowwinkles View Post
    OJ, If this discussion prevents just one more in our hobby from getting infected, it is well worth it. They can stick this kind of data in where ever it will be read and help someone from the getting the disease. That's where it belongs!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by G.I.B. View Post
    I'm not an Idiot Whisperer. I can't help you any further with the math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oddjob View Post
    Man that flew so far over your head I doubt any information would sink in.

    To make it very clear; I was saying that a forum just for this already exist.

    But take it as you wish.
    Two threads on a subject, That does seem to be over kill, so all should just search for the topic subject like "pinpointers" , "AT pro" or other prior to ever making his or her thoughts known. That would certainly make searching the one thread per topic forum a lot more simple and easy with that policy in effect. I personally like the broad thoughts an multi thread approach as long as it fits our hobby.

 

 
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