Gayl Clark | July 27th, 2020
This cage is great for chipmunks and we have caught 2 squirrels. It works great at catching animals but when you catch a squirrel the animal is upset and will growl and try to bite. There is no way to open the trap unless you push the trap door inwards and the animal then has to run over your hand. We had to make a heavy gauge hook out of wire so we could release the animals so that we didn't get bit. Otherwise the cage is made of really heavy duty wire and when set, it sets off easily to catch whatever kind of animal enters.
Gayl Clark | July 6th, 2020
My grandson and I have these trap set every day. We have caught 16 chipmunks so far! This is the best trap we have. Super easy to set and maintain.
david shumaker | May 30th, 2020
I have been trapping for a living for 20 years. This is by far the best trap invented. I have about 50 of them and will be ordering more soon
DVD | January 23rd, 2020
Simple; easy to use, affordable, my #1 trap for squirrels
Ken McCaffery Jr | September 9th, 2019
No lock, squirrels have pulled door open n have gotten out before I could get on site...
Scott Ursiny | February 16th, 2019
An economical way to set more traps and cover more area. An awesome and effective trap for red squirrel, chipmunk, and weasels. Great for elusive rats that won't go near a traditional rat trap. Wire one to a drainage pipe or rafter where rats are running, bait and you have a rodent catching machine! Get some, you won't be disappointed.
Maynard Stanley Jr | January 21st, 2019
I catch reds and grays and weasels in these traps all the time.
Chip McKnight | March 14th, 2018
A very simple effective trap that excels with Reds and Chipmunks. Grays in the 4x4 seem to tear things up a little. Trigger regularly disconnects from pan but simple reattach with needle nose pliers. 4/5 due to time it takes to bend them back into shape.
Tyler Butler | May 10th, 2016
I use these traps for gutters as well as privacy fence runs, and hard to reach areas in attics, just use my snake tongs and a little wire loop to place them. Have had great luck with the greys and even roof rats that avoided other traps.
Dalton Stephenson | July 30th, 2015
These traps are well sized, simple to use, and will hold ground squirrels. The price is right so I order them a dozen at a time. The arent the most sturdy and can bend if you drop them off a roof or if a raccoon plays with it. That being said, I use them for ground squirrels where volume matters, and never have problems. Overall I highly recommend them when you need bulk traps.