I tried a new method for getting rid of fire ants and was unaware of it at that time but sure found out in a hurry. By the way , Don't try it because it does not work , that well. :lol:Wannabe said:Chuck,
Nature abhors a vacuum. If you do not believe it try to get rid of mosquitoes or fire ants.
Yummy , a Skeeter and Tree Rat stew. My guess the secret ingredient is to toss in a few Fire Ants to spice things up. Sure looks like Ron's marksmanship with his new pistol will furnish a lot of Pecan fed ( Fat and tender ) Tree Rats for the stew. :roll:Kayak Jack said:Chuck, by tat time of year, the mosquitoes are too big to just fry them. Have to be parboiled first. I can send recipes for mosquito stew in the crockpot. Jerky too.
Ron is the shooter , I'm the one who feed the ants and slapped myself silly. :roll:Kayak Jack said:I'm guessing that the close range accuracy of this little fire stick isn't as good as advetised. Otherwise, he would have shot those ants off his leg, arm, etc. ;-)
That's easy for me to remember since I treated oral diseases in the service , it is an old fashion ( in the field ) cure for mild gingivitis , after a good cleaning.tx river rat said:Chuck
Try this next time you get fire ant bit, take bleach and water 50 50 put on the bite as soon as possible, it will keep it from getting puss in it and scaring
It works also helps with the itch .