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Becareful deer ticks to the max


Active member
Pulled two off of me last night after yesterday's outing. The nice long-handled Snap-on pliers work pretty good when you live alone and the tick is below your shoulder blades!


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Wild Willy

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Odan, add gnats to your list. I don't think they kill but the little boogers sure can drive you crazy. They are terrible in SE Georgia.


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The loan star tick has the white dot on its back they are the ones that carry the bacterium that causes the problem with the bodies inability to digest red meat. My dentists wife has that. Sucks. Spray permitheron on your shoes and boot and your pants . Spray bug spray on your lower body that can help. They also can carry rocky mountain spotted fever be careful

Rick W

Well-known member
I felt up to running the weed Wacker around some of the pond today. So far, no bug bites. Unusual!