If you’ve ever done a basic search on Google, and most other search engines, for fishing then you’ve probably seen Squirrel Fishing (Google Cache). In case you haven’t. Some students of higher learning at Harvard noticed the lack of quality work on RPE (Rodent Performance Evaluation). So they chased them around campus, blocking trees, even built primitive traps from cardboard boxes and 10baseT Ethernet cables. It wasn’t until they realized that a squirrel will always give up one acorn if another one is thrown nearby that they invented squirrel fishing. They tied a single peanut to the end of a white rope, a key tied about three inches from the peanut for weight to assit “casting”, and dragged the nut through the grass to attract squirrels. After hours and hours of research the highest mark on the squirrel performace scale was achieved when a the squirrel would hold on to the peanut or string while being lifted off the ground.