Woodstream Woodstream Havahart 1 Door Easy Set Medium Animal Trap 24 Inch P766027 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/BCW/BCW-683766.jpg Woodstream Havahart 1 Door Easy Set Medium Animal Trap 24 Inch 766027 15.76lbs 9.60 9.20 25.10
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Woodstream Havahart 1-Door Easy Set Medium Animal Trap - 24 Inch

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Rating 5| 71 reviews

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Product Description

• Best used for trapping large squirrels, rabbits, skunks and mink

• Easy to set: trap sets with one hand.

• Easy to release: lever opens trap door and animal is set free

• Set and release mechanism is located at the top of thetrap limiting interaction with the animal

• No assembly required

• Made in the usa

Ingredients: High Tensile Wire Mesh Trap.

Size: 24 INCH

Dimension: 25.1 x 9.2 x 9.6

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Date Added: Thursday 15 August, 2013
I've been testing/using this for a few months now. We have a problem with squirrels raiding the chicken coops for grain, and they have been getting bolder and bolder... even sicking the pack of dogs on them didn't seem to keep them from coming back and hour later.I started setting this up near the coops, leaving a pile of "scratch" (crushed grains) on the trigger mechinism... sure enough, I started catching squirrels! They were not too happy about it, but I drove them a mile down the road and let them out. After a few capture & releases, I noticed a significant decrease in the squirrel population.Don't kill, capture and release!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Wednesday 31 July, 2013
I have two of these, it depends on the weight of the animal I guess, sometimes I go out and the food is gone, one trap seemed to work better than the other......... I got a magnet to put on the trap plate to add extra weight and it has worked....... At first we caught and released thinking that the squirrels would get the hint, but they became smart and were only putting half their body weight on the plate and using the trap as a feeding station.We have since caught and released them to another area,even though we feel sad doing this we want our birds back. Giving this a four star as it does work
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Sunday 28 July, 2013
one down - 3 to go. caught the first very quickly - the remaining three seem to avoid it no matter what bait we put in. Still hopeful!
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Saturday 27 July, 2013
This is one handy trap that really does what it's suppose to do. I have gotten 8 squirrels so far, and they are not in my attic anymore. I don't hear the pitter patter of little feet like i once did. The trap, because of it's unique set feature is very easy to use. I have friends that have the other way of setting them and they always tell me it's a hit or miss thing with them. In my opinion i think this is really a nice trap.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Friday 26 July, 2013
I got this trap to capture and relocate a skunk that had taken up residence under my front porch. On the good side of things, it doesn't kill the trapped animal and it does what it is supposed to do as expected. On the downside, it is a bait trap, so it is easy to attract and trap animals unintentionally. In the week leading up to actually capturing my skunk, I caught one to two rabbits per night. I eventually awoke one morning to see the skunk inside though. I had previously tied about 20 feet of rope to the cage, so I could drag the whole cage with skunk inside to a woods about two blocks from my hose and then release it without getting sprayed. I then hurried home and plugged up the hole that was being used to access the space under my porch. Problem solved! Mr. Skunk has not been back!
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Tuesday 16 July, 2013
Used peanut butter on a cracker to catch squirrels. I have caught one within 4 hours of setting the trap every single time.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
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