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    I remember seeing an attachment for your garden hose that was on a motion sensor. When activated it would spray them. Not as exciting as the electric fence but chances are if you don't see them stealing the wood you won't see them being Lit up with the fence or sprayed with the hose.

    Ok so do the electric fence and for the Hell of it the motion sensor on the hose at the same time!

    Sucks thought I know.
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    Yup . Camera and your choice of other solutions.
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    I'm still a rock salt fan. Non-lethal approaches are best and that one apparently hurts like hell.

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    You could get a scarecrow sprinkler (motion activated) and fill your hose full of dye or hair remover, that way when it comes on and sprays the theives they will be easily identified.
    http://www.amazon.com/Contech-CRO101.../dp/B000071NUS

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    Quote Originally Posted by giorge View Post
    You could get a scarecrow sprinkler (motion activated) and fill your hose full of dye or hair remover, that way when it comes on and sprays the theives they will be easily identified.
    http://www.amazon.com/Contech-CRO101.../dp/B000071NUS

    I thought about the sprinkler. I did not think about the dye. Great idea. A guy in class recommended taking my nail gun to the first 2 layers of wood. I have to figure out how to get my current camera to motion activate. It will be a good laugh watching them attempt to pull wood off of the pile. Then the hose with dye and the motion alarm. That will scare the crap out of them.

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  6. #46

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    I don't like theives! I have ripped off before and it pisses me off! I would probably do the shotgun loaded with rock salt, it gets the message across very quick, don't forget to put no trespassing signs up, it gives you more leverage with the law.

    Get rid of the fox and put a badger in your wood pile, he will get definate results!

    Good Luck!

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    AGain some very good ideas but be careful in choosing your weapon of choice. Maybe even talk to the local law officer and see if you can get some clear guidelines

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    Any update? Success or mode of deterrent?

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    There may happen to be some pieces of wood with nails sticking out of them laying around the pile. Grass may be hiding that wood. Some mouse traps may have found their way into the pile in strategic locations. A few of my logs on top of the pile have grow nails. They have not been around in at least a week. Their family just ripped down a deck so they have plenty of wood for a few days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pikey View Post
    There may happen to be some pieces of wood with nails sticking out of them laying around the pile. Grass may be hiding that wood. Some mouse traps may have found their way into the pile in strategic locations. A few of my logs on top of the pile have grow nails. They have not been around in at least a week. Their family just ripped down a deck so they have plenty of wood for a few days.
    Then you might not have any kids to worry about in a few days if that deck was made of pressure-treated wood, like it should have been...
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