Rated 2.9 out of 5Â by 14
Rated 4 out of 5Â by hooksettnh Works better than I thought
I didn't find the better reviewed yellow jacket trap at HD and grabbed this one. Wasn't happy after a couple days when I only saw a few but after a week, there are at least three dozen in there and I'm likely underestimating. Even better is that there were no other insects in there other than wasps.
After seeing the results, I'll probably get a couple reusable traps from the same manufacturer since this will unlikely be an ongoing effort.
August 23, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by DIYBTR Doesn't Work, Don't Bother
I was a bit skeptical when I purchased this item, but for the price it seemed like a good deal to give it a try. I followed the instructions exactly, hung this in a tree just at the edge of my treeline about 6' off the ground, and left it for about 2 weeks while I was traveling. When I returned I was disappointed to see it had only managed to catch a few moths. Later that day I was out doing yard work trimming bushes in the woods and I trimmed right into a yellow jacket nest hidden below, at which point I got stung. The most frustrating part is I had unknowingly set the trap no more than 10' from this nest! I will not be purchasing any more of these, one test and one sting (luckily) was enough!
July 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by K9magnet Best traps ever!
We live out on five acres and seem to have ALOT of yellow jackets. These traps work fantastic! In two weeks two bags were completely full. Only problem is finding them. One store only had one box. Now the reusable one was useless. A few yellow jackets but no red wasps, which we have a lot of too.
August 22, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Somebody Useless
Catches a lot of flies but YellowJackets? NO I would NOT recommend this product unless it's for flies.
August 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by tgiv Yellowjackets die!
After testing all traps in our 1/2 acre due to attacks, this was found to be the best ... being cheapest & most convenient were bonuses. This year, these queens are out already in Central Texas so catching these = 1000 less aggressive stingers all summer! New tip: where to hang = 1) near cedar tree, 2) water source, 3) garbage (food), 4) wood products that could be chewed into nesting materials
May 8, 2011