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Discussion in 'Game Birds' started by igor, May 16, 2018 at 7:30 PM.
Daisy pal, all between 2 and 3 yards on the fly.... WHO DA MAN!!!!
Good shooting. The red rider would be proud.
How many BB's were lost/shot?
Must be a dead tree close to here full of them, trying to bore holes in the porch.. Great shotgun practice IMO.
We have never had carpenter bees until this year. We have probably killed 8-10 in the last two days and there are double that left. We've never seen them like this. All wood on the porch is heavily stained. We did find some boring in driftwood in momma's rock garden.
House is brick, roof is steel. Window trim and trim are metal.I don't know what they are after.
Carpenter bees. A tennis racket is effective.
First year I’ve had them also. Besides a tennis racket and a gun......any other methods to get rid of them?
I wack em to the ground with a fly swatter then stomp on em.They love the cedar on my house and a 6' ft wood fence.
I have also caulked them in there hole.
The wife and I were just talking about carpenter bees. We have them bad and never have had them also.
Interested to see how to get rid of them they are boring into Perlins on pole barn like crazy.
I’ve heard these work really well.
Soak it down with bifenthrin and bee free
A .22 with bird shot work well on those, it's really funny when you wing one.
Never tried the red ryder, nice shooting
Get you one of these. I got one a few years back and have fun sitting on the porch killing flying insects, especially flies. But have killed a carpenter bee or bumble bee a time or two. Fun for the kids too.
Always use enough gun is my motto, not sure what the range on a carpenter bee would be with that thing
However it looks to be a heck of a lot more fun than a fly swatter
How about ants? Gonna have to buy a few cans of salt for those buggers....but ants have armor?
Yep some liquid nails works just fine on them
That is awesome