|09-16-2020 11:10 AM|
|ackvil||On a recent trip Cutters repellant worked.|
|09-14-2020 08:44 PM|
Picaridin works, most use Sawyers but OFF has it now and is less expensive. Decent smell and does not hurt mono
|09-04-2020 01:58 PM|
It seems to me that spray is the most effective way to get rid of insects.
I also use a similar spray, but the truth is, it doesn't smell very good, but it's tolerable in the fresh air
|02-04-2020 12:48 AM|
|collynr||I like the Bert's Bees repellant because it smells good.|
|11-28-2019 05:34 AM|
|The tank||It's called bug soother. Made in Columbus jct Iowa. Smells like vanilla. Your wife will love it.|
|11-21-2019 09:53 AM|
|Cwujec||Flyswatter in the boat works for me|
|11-12-2019 08:03 PM|
For ankles, high top (like work shoes) leather shoes keep the ankles safe. Also works for mosquitoes.
|11-08-2019 10:03 AM|
Tip I got from the guides at Andy Meyers lodge on Eagle. I spayed WD40 on my ankles and back of my hands and it kept them off.
It has worked for me in Wisconsin as well.
|09-23-2019 06:30 AM|
|Kauy8d||Peruse up on Stable flies. As far as anyone knows Deer-fly patches work. They are traps, however, not an anti-agents. Most likely a lot of other snare choices since these flies are a disturbance to cultivate creatures. Obviously lemongrass oil functions as an anti-agents, yet not certain where you get that or how safe it is.|
|08-07-2019 11:18 AM|
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