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in this instructable i will show you how to make an april fools prank that cost little money and is quite easy to do! Vote for me!

Step 1: Step one... the materials

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Get some trapline lure. it may be hard to find some anymore, but on E-bay i'll bet some people have it. it only costs around $7 (or whatever you call it in those eroupean countries). be careful what kind though, 'cuz some are permanent! :~D Also get some masking tape and write a big "April Fools!" on the side.
bwells23 years ago
European money are call euros
C-54 years ago
FYI - Beaver castor gland will leave a permanent stench on anything that soaks it up. I have gloves used over 7 years ago for trapping (nylon outers and wool inners) that still smell. They flat-out stink when wet.

These scents are supposed to endure and they will... way longer in your clothes, carpets, and furniture than out in the wild.

User beware, this -ible is more malicious than prank!
james44 years ago
EEEEWWW beaver gland omg thats f*cking nasty
wufeisgirl5 years ago
Stinkbait should work just fine, too. Catfish bait, can probably find at walmart pretty cheap. :) 

Unless that's what you mean in your ible.
hammer98766 years ago
Wouldn't the smell permeate throughout the room? I was thinking just hand the little jar to someone and say, "Hey, smell this!" Most guys wouldn't be able to resist doing so.
That's very true. Guys love smelling stuff.
Lol I wanna say "thats what she said" but im not going to
knex_mepalm5 years ago
 I boiled citric acid and vinegar in someones room when hey were sleeping, the room got bleached brown hahaha so fun.
KNEXFRANTIC5 years ago
in europe its euros and in the uk witch is in europe is pounds and ireland its also euros i think but only in northen ireland
fragmaster45 years ago
Another way to get bait is to actually kill and clean the beaver yourself and extract the glands. Or if you know someone you can ask them to do it. Might cost a little though =P If you want to do it yourself just google "how to clean a beaver" I am sure you will come up with something =]
 MY search result came up with more than I expected! Lol, still its good advice