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RESCUE Disposable Fly Trap


Disposable Fly Trap

  • Protects your outdoor living space from flies
  • Simple to use; just add water and hang outside
  • Non-toxic mode of action
$4.98 /each

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Product Overview

The RESCUE Disposable Fly Trap catches up to 20,000 flies without using poisons or pesticides. Just add water and hang outdoors to control flies in your backyard, at your campsite or on your farm. There's no messy re-baiting and it is completely disposable.

  • Attracts and captures all major U.S. species of flies for comprehensive protection
  • Good for lawn, garden, camping and farm use
  • Just add water and hang outdoors for easy fly control
  • Attracts flies up to 1,000 sq. ft.
  • Catches up to 20,000 flies for long-lasting or heavy-duty use
  • No poisons or pesticides for safe fly catching
  • Organic for natural pest control
  • Completely disposable for no-mess fly trapping

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this work for all bees?

Asked by: Sickofbees
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-10-07

What distance would you recommend to keep this from eating and socializing areas.

Asked by: DancingBear
I'd recommend at least 15 to 20 feet. Smell is not that bad as some claim.
Answered by: al
Date published: 2016-07-28

Will this also work for mosquitos?

Asked by: Suzanne
No, there is a mosquito trap. But keep in mind you are drawing mosquito's from all the other areas of the neighborhood to your house. There IS a mosquito trap but use with reluctance. Smoke the yard, they hate that.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-04-05

Is the bait toxic?

I'd like to catch the flies then feed them to my chickens. Is that possible?
Asked by: xoso
I don't think so but after seeing maggots in the bag, who knows what else breeds in there. I wouldn't recommend feeding these leftovers to other animals
Answered by: qttxchik
Date published: 2016-06-24
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Customer Reviews

Disposable Fly Trap is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 145.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The performance of this trap is phenomenal, as long as the trap is in a sunny area and far enough... The performance of this trap is phenomenal, as long as the trap is in a sunny area and far enough away from your house so that the smell can be tolerated. Also, the water in the trap should be maintained at the indicated level. During the summer months our trap would be packed full of dead flies within 2 to 3 weeks of hanging it.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stinks, but it works! I'm on my 3rd bag in just two months; it works that well! About an hour after hanging this up I already saw a handful of flies around the trap; after about a week & 1/2 there were dead flies about 2 inches deep inside. Very gross but obviously effective. I hang it close to my compost bin and our recycling bin and yes it starts smelling pretty rank, but the flies and gnats love it and I'm killing less flies in the house (hooray!!). Side note: don't throw this bag away before trash day unless you want that many more flies buzzing around your trash can!
Date published: 2016-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not much to Review. You place these outside. I put three in strategic places. One off of the kitc... Not much to Review. You place these outside. I put three in strategic places. One off of the kitchen door. Another on the corner of the porch and the last on the carport entry. They literally pulled the fly's out of the house. They work so good you will replace them in a week or so. They are priced great too. Be forewarned, once these things are full they do not smell very pleasant.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked great! This bag only lasted about 2 days, that's how well it worked. It attracted flies within a day and was filled to the brim by the second.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from flies gone Works great, for outdoor use due to odor of product it helped my fly problem in the poconos
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Genius! Effective, easy to set up, affordable and most important, non-toxic. Hang downwind away from people area not because of aroma (only noticeable a couple feet away) but to avoid being in the line of flight as they rush to their demise. Directions state dispose when full or 30 days when bait is no longer effective. Will always have a spare. Finally, I can enjoy my patio without a flyswatter in my hand.
Date published: 2014-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product! Read many reviews and decided to buy. Glad we did! We have been on fly patrol to try to control them. Every time we would open the door 3 or 4 of them would fly into our house. We could literally see them hanging around to come inside. We tried putting down bleach and Lysol on the front porch and in our garage but it did not work. Nothing worked until we bought these traps! Now, not only can we sit outside to enjoy our yard but now the flies are gone and not bothering us anymore. We just sit back and watch them collect in the fly trap.
Date published: 2016-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Really Works! I recently moved from the northern suburbs of Chicago to the City of Chicago proper. I have a nice yard and deck but have been unable to use either because of the masses of flies. So numerous are the flies that even opening my back door is enough to allow entry to five or six of these disgusting creatures. I thought it would be wonderful to have my coffee on the deck each morning, and entertain friends in the evenings. It just hasn't been possible. One morning I brought my coffee outside, went back in to grab the newspaper and when I returned there were TWO, count 'em, two flies in the coffee. No kidding! I was disgusted and miserable. Held hostage in my own home by flies! I went online and tried all of the suggested home remedies. Cinnamon sticks, ground cinnamon, peppercorns, bowls of vinegar, garlic, blah, blah, blah. Nothing worked and I was sad. Two weeks ago i purchased the RESCUE! Disposable Fly Trap but kept forgetting about it. Until this morning. I opened the door to grab the newspaper and a fly went right into my nose. After I screamed, cursed and carried on to no one but myself I remembered I purchased the Rescue Disposable Fly Trap. I went to the garage, grabbed it and set it up in a matter of seconds. Put it outside and assumed it would be another remedy which wouldn't work. Boy, oh boy, was I wrong! Wow! Wow! Wow! Can I say wow again? I don't think it was out for 30 minutes before I looked out the window and saw a flurry of activity. So much so that I was in disbelief. I had to go outside and look to make sure I wasn't seeing things. Hundreds of flies buzzing around inside of the bag, dozens more clambering to get in. It was out for such a short time that the pest control powder hadn't even had a chance to fully dissolve. This thing is crazy! I am going back to Home Depot to buy a bunch more because at this rate, mine will be full before the end of the weekend. My one and only complaint is that I find it is rather expensive for what it is. However, given the fact that there are literally thousands of dead flies in this thing after only eight hours, I'll deal with the price, because it works. I think the City of Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation should purchase thousands of these and place them in the alleys behind the homes. Major pest control! Thanks so much, on my way to the Depot!
Date published: 2013-08-23
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