Well shoot. We've been fishin for squirrels about 5 years now, and it's as fun as sloppin in the mud on a hot July day. It's easy as pie too-even grandma will get in on the fun. And it sure as heck beats the fun you have trying to find her dentures in the garbage disposal.
This game is for any age to play. It's also cheap and fun. So have a go at it- it's just the darndest thing!
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Step 1: Get Your Supplies
Supply List (one pole):
(1) whole peanuts.
(2) a stick or wooden dowel.
(3) string, cut to length (at least 4-9 ft).
Step 2: Rig Up the Squirrel Fishin Pole
This here part is so simple!
Grab your cut string and tie one end in a knot around your rod, and the other of your string in a knot around the whole peanut.
NOTE: Using a whole peanut makes tying as slick as a pig on ice!
Step 3: Nab Yer Squirrel!
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