Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 66
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by John Home Depot is our go-to source for finch food
The finch food is top quality, and it is the best price per pound we have found. We like the fact that we can order it on line and have it delivered to the store; it is a 50 pound sack, so it is great that they just load it into the back of the truck.
August 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mikep Bait correctly.
Two of these came in two days ago. The same day i got them and was figuring out how to chain them together, what length of chain to use , size of locks, etc. I saw a rat run from a bush next to my back door to a tunnel underneath my garage. I baited the traps with peanut butter on a strip of cardboard which just fit behind the rigger plate. I smushed sweet corn kernels onto the PB for added added attractiveness. Success! Last night I thought I'd try two halves of a breakfast roll smeared with PB and corn. Failure! I even heard metallic sounds as they were removing the bait. It's back to the cardboard. I believe the cardboard gets stuck in the grid work of the trap and the rat springs the door. Maybe tomorrow I'll send another one to Davey Jone's Locker. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
July 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hera Perfect Squirrel Trap
I set 5 of these traps on the roofs of my bird aviaries under some avocado trees which the squirrels damage. I baited the traps with small avocados and some bird seed. Within 45 minutes the first squirrel was trapped, so I moved one of the other traps to that location, and caught another one a couple hours later. The traps are
extremely easy to set and bait, and they are a perfect size to keep the squirrels safe and secure until releasing them. This trap is beautifully constructed and very strong. I highly recommend this trap for squirrels. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
June 23, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Marty Small 1-Door Live Animal Cage Trap
Directions could have been a little clearer. The trap was not sensitive enough. I used a slim steel rod with pressure to get the door to fall and lock. Iguana was able to eat the hibiscus flowers without springing the door down and closed.
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by old dude Best I have seen.
simple, humane and cheap [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
July 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Arima well made but trip pan mechanism needs to be more sensitive
Maybe for heavier critters, but for squirrels the trip pan mechanism needs to be more sensitive. I prefer this model http://www.homedepot.com/p/Havahart-Small-2-Door-Animal-Trap-1025/100064103. I wish there was a bigger version of it.
July 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jonny Great item
I'm so glad I bought this item [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
June 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mikep Rat caught right away.
Two pre-assembled traps arrived on 7-6-16 (yesterday). The hardest thing to do was finding a suitable length of chain for them and appropriately sized locks to secure them from theft. I found a length of sturdy chain that stretches across the back yard. It is so long I can add a couple more traps to it and run a trap line if necessary. While figuring this out I saw a rat run from underneath a bush right next to my back door to what turned ut to be her tunnel underneath my garage. I secured the traps and chain, placed one under the bush, the other near the tunnel's entrance. The Swiss Chard growing there prevented exact trap placement right in front of the tunnel. At 7 this morning I checked the traps. The one by the garage held a female rat with a tumor on her right shoulder. I drowned her in the rain barrel (attach a light chain to the handle for easy retrieval).
Things I like about this trap: It's light weight and more maneuverable than the 1079.
The offset handle gives the trap more stability.
It can be held away from the body, eliminating the threat of animal bites.
There's a hole in the door release lever enabling the placement of an eye hook for easier door opening. The 1079 has this feture--I never noticed how it could be used until yesterday--ok, I'm a little slow to catch on at times.
Baiting is easy. I used a strip of cardboard with PB and sweet corn kernels smushed on them. I'll try rolls with PB and corn and even sections of uncooked corn cobs with PB on them. Just don't eat out of the same jar that you used to bait the traps.
The pre-assembly saves a lot of time, "For a Few Dollars More".
The sensitivity of the striker plate. I don't think the bait will be stolen now.
I can practice Christian principles on an almost daily basis: "Whom soever corrupted these little children; it were better for him that great millstones be placed around his neck and he be drowned in the depths of the sea". I don't have the mill stones. I do have my Havaharts..
July 7, 2016