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    Keeping flies of your carcass

    Goodbye Flies





    To get rid of pesky flies, take a small glass or container, fill it 1/2' with Apple Cider Vinegar and 2 drops of dish washing liquid; mix well. You will find those flies drawn to the container and not your deer carcass and gone forever!

    Gelert also do a mozi net that fits over camping beds that is free standing for about 10 will take up to 10 deer but needs to be washed after each outing, this can be done by immersion in disenfectant and water in your blood tray then swilled with water and hung to dry.

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    Good tip if it works I,m gona give it a try.

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    Great tip, have to give that a try

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    Hi
    Scaffolding netting (the type stopping dust/small debris) is also very good.
    Nylon so can be washed and 2 wraps will stop any flies.

    L

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    Hi
    Scaffolding netting (the type stopping dust/small debris) is also very good.
    Nylon so can be washed and 2 wraps will stop any flies.

    L
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    BE PREPARED IT WASNT RAINING WHEN THEY BUILT THE ARC

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