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bait

a preparation containing a palatable food substance such as raw meat, carrot or bran and a pharmaceutical or poisonous substance. The purpose is to introduce the medicament or poison into the unsuspecting animal.
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Move up to a number 6 sabiki if you want to eliminate smaller baits.
Although, no comparison was made with any other kind of bait in this study, however, the results of other studies showed that the consumption of grain bait by wild boars was significantly higher than pellet baits (O'Brien et al.
Our punchbait floats up away from the weight, so slow jigging moves it around, gets the flavor into the water, and always out-catches baits that are cast out and allowed to sit.
Using a comparative approach under semi-field conditions, we (1) assessed the effect of adding ammonium acetate and ammonium carbonate to beer waste and to the commercial baits Nu-Lure[R] Insect Bait, Buminal[R], and Bugs for Bugs[R] Fruit Fly Bait, on the response of males and females of B.
Samples of the four baits were analyzed in the laboratory of the Animal Production Department at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Jordan.
project will cover parts of northern New York and Maine, and distribute 306,000 baits by airplane and 720 by vehicle;
The first day in camp, I headed out with Steve to check baits and some of the Spypoint cameras Steve had running on the bait sites.
Nine-year-old Jake McConnell from Liverton Mines had a fantastic day with his grandad, going home with his limit including a nice 3lb 8oz rainbow, all caught on Rainbow Power Bait.
Simply don't allow bears to hit baits without being broadside or at a slightly quartering-away angle.
Baits laden with oral rabies vaccine are distributed in strategic areas where target species can find and consume the baits, thereby releasing vaccine into their oral cavity.
Traps, usually placed at a density of 25-75 per ha, are typically baited 2-6 times per week with low-value clupeid or catastomid fishes, or with commercially formulated crawfish baits.
Parasite control by substantially reducing intermediate host density (rodents) or by large-scale fox culling are far less promising strategies than delivering anthelminthic baits for foxes (4).