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WCS Tube Trap - Rust Resistant

Product Code: WCSTUBERR
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WCS Tube Trap - Rust Resistant
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WCS Tube Trap - Rust Resistant

Product Code: WCSTUBERR

$43.50 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5  (8) Read Reviews

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WCS is pleased to offer the new & improved ARMOR-COATED Tube Trap.  The Tube Trap is treated with an electro-plating process which is olive drab in color and is highly rust resistant. No need to dip, dye, or spray paint these traps.  Just pull them out of the box and use them. Will last for years. 

This tunnel shaped trap is a very effective squirrel and rodent trap. Constructed of 21-gauge steel, the trap is 4.5 inches in diameter, 15 inches long, and is powered by a beefy double torsion spring. Used either baited or non-baited, the Tube Trap is a natural attractant to squirrels wanting to run through it or hide in it. Once the squirrel reaches the triggering pan in the middle of the trap, the double torsion spring triggers the strike bar. When a capture is made, the squirrel is generally hidden from public view. The WCS™ Rust Resistant Tube Trap comes with a built in safety latch to prevent the trap from prematurely firing while setting.

Caution: The Tube Trap is a lethal trap, use special care when and where setting.

Click here for Product Instructions

 

 

 

Customer Reviews ( 8 )

Average Customer Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

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5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 5/5 This trap works great for woodchucks too!, 5.29.2017
Reviewer: Maynard Stanley Jr (Owls Head, ME)
When you have a chuck hole the size of the trap set the trap in the hole, sure it up with dirt and set a flat rock on the front half and leaves over the kill bar.
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 5/5 Great Product!, 12.29.2016
Reviewer: Very Satisfied customer (Broomall, PA)
This is an excellent product. Baited with a few sunflower seeds, this trap has become a standout perfomer in my perennial tree rodent eradication program. Excellent.
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 4/5 Great trap if you tune them properly, 8.6.2016
Reviewer: Scott Smith (Baltimore, MD)
These traps work very well when they are trigger set and are in good shape. I have caught many dozens this year in two traps I have. There are a couple things to watch out for though. - the U-shaped bar can get bent with repeated catches (especially if you are occasionally catching a bird like I do - there is no squirrel to soften the blow of the U against the metal when the trap fires). If the U gets too bent it will be touching the trap when set and the trap will not be able to fire. Look to make sure the U can still go down a bit more when the trap is set, and if not bend the outer part down to get it more back in line (it should be completely flat). Related to this: never use a stick to test the trap as that will bend the bar and the trap will not work any more. - It seems like the trap works better when it is attached firmly. When the squirrel pushes the trap may wobble instead of fire if it can rock. Use the two holes on each end to screw it to wood. - I regularly lube the trigger end to make it nice and slippery. For the non-rustproofed traps this is more important as the rust adds friction to the mechanism. Also on those traps the pan hinge needs to be lubed so it moves freely. I bought one trap ten years ago and it never worked, now I realize it is because I tested it with a stick before I baited and set it - I bent the bar before I even started. My new trap this year worked so I dug out the old one, fixed the bar, and now the old rusty trap is catching more squirrels than the new rust resistant one. The new trap stopped working mid-summer this year and I noticed its bar also was bent, probably because it had trapped 3-4 birds. Bent it back and now its catching again. I am giving the trap 4 stars because this ten-year old design flaw needs to be fixed. The bar needs to be stronger.
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 5/5 Catching squirrels is a , 1.27.2016
Reviewer: Charles Holt (New Richmond, OH)
This lethal trap is excellent for squirrel removal having added benefit of effectively hiding catch from sight unlike other body grip traps that require "boxing" to get same results. Baited or not seems like squirrels just can't resist running through a tube trap...once.
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 5/5 Love the trap, 9.11.2014
Reviewer: Yohan Ly (South St Paul, MN)
I was to able to get all the grey squirrels that are messing up my plants on my deck by digging up the potting soil. It was a mess on the deck every morning, I was so fed up with it. And it works great with peanut butter and bread, I get a squirrel every time. It would recommended it to anyone who had the same problem as me. It's a DIY pest controlled in your backyard, instead of calling/paying those professional pest controlled guys to do the job and released it somewhere to be someone else problem. As for me, this trap is better than the cage trap because you don't have to kill squirrel yourself. The trap is doing it for you. It is a very great trap. I really like it. As for the price, it's fine cause it's great and well built product.

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Weight:
4 lbs. (1.81 Kg)
Dimensions:
4.5" dia. x 15"L - 21 gauge steel
Target Pests:
Squirrel, Mink, Weasel, Norway Rat, Pack Rat
Description

WCS is pleased to offer the new & improved ARMOR-COATED Tube Trap.  The Tube Trap is treated with an electro-plating process which is olive drab in color and is highly rust resistant. No need to dip, dye, or spray paint these traps.  Just pull them out of the box and use them. Will last for years. 

This tunnel shaped trap is a very effective squirrel and rodent trap. Constructed of 21-gauge steel, the trap is 4.5 inches in diameter, 15 inches long, and is powered by a beefy double torsion spring. Used either baited or non-baited, the Tube Trap is a natural attractant to squirrels wanting to run through it or hide in it. Once the squirrel reaches the triggering pan in the middle of the trap, the double torsion spring triggers the strike bar. When a capture is made, the squirrel is generally hidden from public view. The WCS™ Rust Resistant Tube Trap comes with a built in safety latch to prevent the trap from prematurely firing while setting.

Caution: The Tube Trap is a lethal trap, use special care when and where setting.

Click here for Product Instructions

 

 

 

Details
Reviews

Customer Reviews ( 8 )

Average Customer Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

Write a product review and share your thoughts with others.

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 5/5 This trap works great for woodchucks too!, 5.29.2017
Reviewer: Maynard Stanley Jr (Owls Head, ME)
When you have a chuck hole the size of the trap set the trap in the hole, sure it up with dirt and set a flat rock on the front half and leaves over the kill bar.
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 5/5 Great Product!, 12.29.2016
Reviewer: Very Satisfied customer (Broomall, PA)
This is an excellent product. Baited with a few sunflower seeds, this trap has become a standout perfomer in my perennial tree rodent eradication program. Excellent.
4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 4/5 Great trap if you tune them properly, 8.6.2016
Reviewer: Scott Smith (Baltimore, MD)
These traps work very well when they are trigger set and are in good shape. I have caught many dozens this year in two traps I have. There are a couple things to watch out for though. - the U-shaped bar can get bent with repeated catches (especially if you are occasionally catching a bird like I do - there is no squirrel to soften the blow of the U against the metal when the trap fires). If the U gets too bent it will be touching the trap when set and the trap will not be able to fire. Look to make sure the U can still go down a bit more when the trap is set, and if not bend the outer part down to get it more back in line (it should be completely flat). Related to this: never use a stick to test the trap as that will bend the bar and the trap will not work any more. - It seems like the trap works better when it is attached firmly. When the squirrel pushes the trap may wobble instead of fire if it can rock. Use the two holes on each end to screw it to wood. - I regularly lube the trigger end to make it nice and slippery. For the non-rustproofed traps this is more important as the rust adds friction to the mechanism. Also on those traps the pan hinge needs to be lubed so it moves freely. I bought one trap ten years ago and it never worked, now I realize it is because I tested it with a stick before I baited and set it - I bent the bar before I even started. My new trap this year worked so I dug out the old one, fixed the bar, and now the old rusty trap is catching more squirrels than the new rust resistant one. The new trap stopped working mid-summer this year and I noticed its bar also was bent, probably because it had trapped 3-4 birds. Bent it back and now its catching again. I am giving the trap 4 stars because this ten-year old design flaw needs to be fixed. The bar needs to be stronger.
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 5/5 Catching squirrels is a , 1.27.2016
Reviewer: Charles Holt (New Richmond, OH)
This lethal trap is excellent for squirrel removal having added benefit of effectively hiding catch from sight unlike other body grip traps that require "boxing" to get same results. Baited or not seems like squirrels just can't resist running through a tube trap...once.
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 5/5 Love the trap, 9.11.2014
Reviewer: Yohan Ly (South St Paul, MN)
I was to able to get all the grey squirrels that are messing up my plants on my deck by digging up the potting soil. It was a mess on the deck every morning, I was so fed up with it. And it works great with peanut butter and bread, I get a squirrel every time. It would recommended it to anyone who had the same problem as me. It's a DIY pest controlled in your backyard, instead of calling/paying those professional pest controlled guys to do the job and released it somewhere to be someone else problem. As for me, this trap is better than the cage trap because you don't have to kill squirrel yourself. The trap is doing it for you. It is a very great trap. I really like it. As for the price, it's fine cause it's great and well built product.

View all 8 reviews

Videos
Specs
Weight:
4 lbs. (1.81 Kg)
Dimensions:
4.5" dia. x 15"L - 21 gauge steel
Target Pests:
Squirrel, Mink, Weasel, Norway Rat, Pack Rat

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