I guess I owe an apology to JP for jumping on him in a way.... i personally dont like being told to not bother with anything especially when I know it can be done. I appreciate the advice so far and yes I do know that all that comb and what not has to come out and I know the problems it can cause....have see the damage a bear can do to the side of house trying to get to the comb in the wall! Im just looking for some how to and I can decide from there. I will probably go ahead and attemp it and talk to him during the process to explain the negative side of leaving the comb in there... as you well know you cant convince everyone! I saw that when I did nuisance wildlife control... you know whats best to solve the issue but people what what they want and in the long run they'll learn the hard way./ THanks for the advice so far and keep it coming!! Sorry JP!
Steve, I've done tons of removals but no trap outs, I've read up on them, talked with others who have done them and it seems there are only a few that are successful doing them, the learning curve seems to be HUGE.
And they take soooo long to do them, RIGHT, can't imagine how long they take when you don't know what you're doing. One day I guess I will try doing one if I have the time, lots of time, and its got to be close to where I live with the price of gas and all.
Hope I didn't discourage you, really wasn't trying to, was just being realistic, trap outs are a real honed craft, if you could bring someone in and learn from them, that would be fantastic.
Best wishes, ;)