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ClarkGriswold
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Youngsville
Member since Oct 2005
421 posts

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I use the Raid wasp/hornet spray in the black and white can. It drops them within a couple of seconds leaving them twitching on the ground. And as an added bonus, I found this spray the most effective on Black and Brown widows as it does the same thing and drops them immediately from their web. I've tried all kinds of spider sprays and concentrates and nothing comes close to the Raid. Happy hunting


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rattlebucket
LSU Fan
Member since Feb 2009
3058 posts

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I find the red wasps to be almost immune to wasp spray. Paper wasps hurt but not as aggressive as the reds.

Went to the camp this weekend. Wasps 1 rattlebucket 95

4 cans emptied.






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D500MAG
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since Oct 2010
1661 posts

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was trimming around pond 2 weeks ago. bumble bees got me. weed eater stayed there while most of them chased me for about 150 yards. only got stung 5 times. weed eater idled for about 30 minutes till they settled down, then it was my turn. stop counting at about 80 dead bees.





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Tiger4Life
LSU Fan
God's Country
Member since Jan 2004
265 posts

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Put toothpaste on the sting as soon as you can. Cuts down on the burning and swelling





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CoastieGM
Member since Aug 2012
3185 posts

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Man, I've never understood how it is that having such tiny little stinger barely in your skin feels like you're being hit with a Nolan Ryan fastball.


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Geauxtiga
NC-Wilmington Fan
No man's land
Member since Jan 2008
27744 posts

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quote:

I use the Raid wasp/hornet spray in the black and white can. It drops them within a couple of seconds leaving them twitching on the ground.
Yeah I like the stuff too. Keep some in the boat when I fish Chicot.






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