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    Fawking skeeters

    Short of having an f4 drop a couple thousand pounds of napalm on the property how the fuck do I get them away from the house/shop? Never have I see them this bad, can hear them out side of my shop, big black clouds of the cunts. Oddly enough they seem to congregate around the gravel lane way rather than the grass. Don’t tell me about candles or stagnate water I know all that shit, gotta be something better maybe something that would piss off that stunned downsyndromed cunt Greta.

    #2
    Napalm is the answer.

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      #3
      I got a skeeter on my Peter wack it off

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        #4
        I bought a bug suit. Right now its May flies and they're fairly bad. The mosquitoes are the worst. We can not spend more than 5m outside without getting swarmed. Like, 100% covered and can't breathe.

        Not kidding, this is a decent Internet photo of what its like for us:
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        The woods come right up to the house and we have two brooks. I've started pushing the woods back to see if it helps. It'll be a slow process.

        But yea, bug suit if I'm spending more than 5m outside.

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          #5
          propane powered skeeter eater.
          Penguins can't fly, I can't fly, therefore I am a penguin.

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            #6
            Fog everything with diesel.
            Hey, don't lob factual statements at me as if they're insults

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              #7
              This stuff is awesome if you’re willing to keep up with a backpack sprayer. You mix 1 oz with 3 gallons of water, it’s oil based so it holds up to rain and lasts 2-3 weeks. It’s noticeable when it wears off. Kills fire ants too, they don’t just move the mound.

              https://www.amazon.com/Bifen-XTS-Bif...s%2C183&sr=8-1

              The other option if you’re in a semi-enclosed shop or small area like a deck is a Therma-cell. I can’t go hunting without one, they will eat you alive. Again, it’s noticeable when it runs out. Down side is it’s not going to cover a very large area.

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                #8
                skeet on 'em, assert your dominance

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                  #9
                  Are your gutters clogged?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by 88mitsu View Post
                    skeet on 'em, assert your dominance
                    Thorughly skeeted on with brake clean and a lighter, they're numbers increased.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Bamajeeper View Post
                      Are your gutters clogged?
                      no gutters on the shop

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Gatorgrizz27 View Post
                        This stuff is awesome if you’re willing to keep up with a backpack sprayer. You mix 1 oz with 3 gallons of water, it’s oil based so it holds up to rain and lasts 2-3 weeks. It’s noticeable when it wears off. Kills fire ants too, they don’t just move the mound.

                        https://www.amazon.com/Bifen-XTS-Bif...s%2C183&sr=8-1

                        The other option if you’re in a semi-enclosed shop or small area like a deck is a Therma-cell. I can’t go hunting without one, they will eat you alive. Again, it’s noticeable when it runs out. Down side is it’s not going to cover a very large area.
                        Have a minature pig that grazes on the property.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Boons View Post

                          Have a minature pig that grazes on the property.
                          I don’t spray my grass unless I’ve got some left on the tank I need to get rid of. Just the walls, hedges, concrete patio, fence, etc.

                          If the pig bites the dust, just make bacon.

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                            #14
                            I’m currently on a job in the panhandle of FL. The mosquitos could carry off a small child. We use a service who’s theory is that the colony’s are territorial and each have their own pheromones that let other colony’s know where their territory begins and ends. So They come and spray their magic potion and the Misquitos go away for a month or so until I call them again.
                            We were getting ate TFU before I asked the neighbor how they could stand being outside in the spring.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by M92PV4U View Post
                              I got a skeeter on my Peter wack it off
                              There’s a dozen on my cousin

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