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How to Catch a Squirrel with a Snare Pole?
Setting a trap to catch a rodent like a squirrel is a plan to think about, where you must place it and what trap is the most effective one. But if you want to catch the squirrel with your own you may use a tool that is humane enough to have trap them by the use of snare pole.
One humane way to catch a live animal like a squirrel is by using this snare pole, it is a pole with an iron string attached to its end that forms a circle. The main purpose of this tool is to catch the squirrel most often at the neck of the animal, it will not kill the animal but only strangle it to trap and catch.
Use the Snare Pole
Using this tool is the most humane way that is why it is very advisable to use and even professionals use this.
How to use it properly?
• When you see your target, approach to it very slowly and very quietly so it won't go away.
• Using both of your hands, slowly slip the rope around the neck of your target.
• When the loop is on the neck, catch it then you now trap your target.
• Make sure to have a distance with the loop of your pole to be safe.
• Then, slowly loosen the rope on its neck when you put the animal on its cage.
Be Humane enough
Squirrels also have feelings that is why even if they are considered as house intruders they must be treated decently, catching them with a snare pole is the best way. But if you are scared enough to catch them you may call professionals who can handle the snare pole very well.