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Just had another two weeks at a local fishery. Nina noticed some very small mouse droppings on her slippers, my heart dropped. Images of chewed upholstrey, mouse nests etc angered me. I checked all the gauzes under the caravan, all intact. I was puzzled.

First day fishing, opened my box to be met with a mouse staring at me! (I left my tackle in the caravan) this mouse must have been on it's holidays for nearly 2 months and managed to get back home. It survived on halibut pellets.

Lesson-check tackle before storing it.

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Another thing to check is the BBQ.

Make sure you take it out of the van as the smell will attract mice and although there will be nothing on it for them to eat they surely will find something to nibble at in the van!

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