Yo I had my first call for Caribbean Crazy Ants, OMG. They are only 1/8 inch at most but it is like seeing a horror movie. They just keep marching over the property like a blanket. But this place is the right environment for the Ants and not the humans. The area is called Horse Creek and it is thick with brush and bog land when it isn't flooded. Florida cattle men are called Cow Hunters instead of Cowboys because of rounding up cows from areas like this. They have to hunt for their cows. Why people want to live in a swamp or Bog is be on me but they build their house on stilts. Full disclosure here, I can't get rid of them. About the best I can do is put a barrier around the house and hope to keep them at bay. I looking for any advice or experience or dealing with Caribbean Crazy Ants. Chasing down Ant Trails to find nest is not a real opposition here because they have multi nests and Multi Queens. But add in the heavy wooded envirnoment and there is no way to track Ant trails. My thinking is to let the fool with the 600 PSI fire hose soak the place down with Talstar. Horse Creek area is never going to control Caribbean Crazy Ants until the land is cleared or at least day lighted. A few years ago we had an out break of White Foot Ants. But we got them under control in the city because of developed land and co-operation of all the residents to perform pest control.