Yep!The magical distance that they will stop chasing you at....300 yards.
Yes sir, grew up in cowarts or (avon) my wife is from pansy. I moved here in 83 had to move back to cowarts for highschool due to some troubles here.:whistling:...Have allot of good friends that still live there, as well as allot of family still living there.I went to school at ashford! You from that neck of the woods?
I have a nest at the top of the frame of my front door for the last 3 months. About 3 feet away as I open the door.
We have an agreement. I don't screw with them, they don't screw with me.
Here they are, 5 minutes ago from 8 inches away..
What did you do to piss them off? Clearing weeds or trash and you didn't see them is a legit reason.
Truly you can generally leave them alone and they will leave you alone.
I damned near ran out of air reading it. like getting away from a snake....lolololOne of the rotten little shits broke two of my ribs one time while I was fishing. It was in my face and I started flailing away with my ballcap in my signature figure eight pattern, hooked the butt of my rod, flipped it over the side, made a dive to save the rod, and the gunnel did the rest.
My Dad laughed so hard he ran out of air.
we buy this by the caseGas them tonight while they sleep. If you try to kill them during the day a bunch will be out foraging. Take a 20 oz coke bottle full of gas and dump it in the hole,plug the hole with the bottle. DO NOT BURN!!! The gas fumes will seep down in the nest and kill all of them. There is no spray made that I have found that works as good as a 20 oz bottle of gas. Again,gas them after dark!
sounds like you speak from experience.I can tell you this much; if you're ever using a machete to cut a path through the woods and you stumble across a hive of say 1,000,000,000 yellow jacket and they attack your earhole, make sure you put the machete down BEFORE you start swatting at you head and neck area.