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Knoxville Tennessee Raccoon Control Situation: David - I just picked up some of the raccoon atticl traps today. I just got in from trying them out and i'm really pleased with them. Thanks for the suggestion.I too haven't been fishing as much as i used to now that the warm weather is getting here and the phone is ringing a lot more. I really enjoy fishing and do so every chance i get. I am only 15 minutes from the lakes and there are over 400 ponds within 45 minutes of me so i have a lot of options.I notice that Google hits your site very well. Thats how i found it. You have a couple different sites up under a few different urls too, smart move. Do you ever get any local work from your site? I have only gotten one or two jobs from my site so far. A lot of people see my ads in the papers and yellow pages and check out my site before they call me. I cover the eastern half of Knoxville if you ever get any leads up this way. I'd appreciatee it. I enjoy the pictures/stories you put up on the board. I'm putting together and online photo gallery of work pictures. I'll send you the link once i get a bunch up there. Right now i only have a few. Thanks David, -Matt
I have raccoons using the steps of my pool for separating grub worms from the mulch in my yard resulting in lots of dead worms n mulch in the pool. They may be using it as public restroom also. We have used a pro to trap approx 20 @$50 per over the last two summers. We've tried the high pitch alarms and even Halloween noise makers. The pool is 20 yrs old n this started about 3 yrs ago. Something crapped in my pool It was at least ten inches long two pieces and appeared to be human It was on a step about 6 inches under water. Do you think this can bee a Raccoon?Any suggestions would b greatly appreciated. Thanks
My response: Raccoons do like to poo in 6 inches of water. On the other hand, 10 inches is pretty big. Is it as fat as human feces? Raccoon feces tend to be thinner than human. Get plywood and pound a bunch of nails into it, as spikes, and place it on the steps. The raccoons won't want to step on the spikes.
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