$5.99 to $6.99
These disposable fly traps catch common nuisance or filth flies using bait comprised of food, feed ingredients, and flavorings that flies find irresistible. Read More
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Disposable Fly Traps from RESCUE!
Rescue's Disposable Fly Traps catch common nuisance or filth flies using bait comprised of food, feed ingredients, and flavorings that flies find irresistible. Simply add water to the bag to dissolve the attractant and flies will be lured in by the scent through the yellow top and drown in the water.
The colors and fly images on the packaging plus the powerful lure of multiple attractants makes this trap out-perform and last longer than others on the market. These traps are baited for nearly all types of flies plus many other species. These traps are easy & convenient to use, simply add water, hang, and let it do the work for you. The trap conveniently closes for easy and mess-free disposal.
RESCUE! Fly Traps Key Benefits:
- no mess, no pesticides
- powder attractant is contained within the trap
- just add water
- attractant dissolves and activates quickly
- eliminates the need to touch the bait or the flies
- little bag catches and holds 20,000 flies
- big bag catches and holds 40,000 flies
RESCUE! Disposable Fly Traps Are Effective Against:
- house flies
- false stable flies
- blue and green bottle flies
- flesh flies
- face flies
- and many more
- Type: Trap
- Insect Type: Flies
- Capacity: 20,000,40,000
- Brand: Rescue
These fly traps are excellent. I have one located near my stall area, in addition to a Stinger Light lamp. I have almost no flies or mosquitoes near my horse!! I just hope the manufacturer doesn't raise the price anymore.
"Fly Saver. "
I use these every year with the fly predators and with so many animals on the place we DO NOT HAVE A FLY PROBLEM--so thankful!!!
best on the market, works exactly as they say it will
"keeps on working"
I hang one with a haystring from the crosspiece of my clothesline (about a foot off the ground). I read somewhere that these traps attract only one sex of fly, so I tie a mini reel next to the trap and lay the empty spool on the ground. Whatever flies don't go in the bag get stuck on the mini reel tape. I roll up at least a yard of flies 3 times a day.
Have bought these in large quantities. They work well and at a very good price. The down fall is removing and disposing them (SMELLS) very tough!
"Great Product "
Great Product. They have the best price I have found anywhere. I use around my outdoor shed were I feed my farm cats under a lean too roof.
"Great Fly Reducer"
You're right--they do smell pretty bad, but that's how you k now they're effective! Just remember to top off the water frequently as the traps become less effective as they dry out--and they do dry out!
"Jeffers Customer Service Top Notch"
I had an issue with my disposable fly trap order and Jeffers replaced them immediately! The new ones work great and just as promised. Thank you Jeffers!!!
"These DO work"
Hung them a week ago and they are FULL of flies. Definitely see fewer flies in the barn and kennel area. They do stink but I can deal with that. Am going to use these all summer. I got the smaller ones.
These work wonders, however, handling them and the smell are enough to keep you from using them. I always hang a couple by my barn area and they flies can't wait to get into them. They really cut back on the number of flies around my horses. I use rubber gloves to take them down. Learned the hard way.
Rescue Fly Traps work great. I think every fly in the county gets into them. I have to change to a new one every week (non-farm).
We tried other brands when we ran out of the Rescue traps and were sorely disappointed. These really work for us! Yeah, they smell bad but catch thousands of flies and start within a few minutes of hanging them. We buy them by the dozen and won't use anything else from now on. The small bags work best for us.
"Rescue Fly Traps"
I have been using these for years and nothing works as well. I noticed that one negative review said that they put the trap in the barn. NO! never. Put them at least 20ft. away. And one trap is never enough. They have to be put about 4 feet off the ground in the sun or semi-shade and keep the water level up. They don't work well when they dry out. Easy to dispose of too. I have 25 chickens and 2 horses, with horses and cows all around me, and no flies. Thank you Rescue!
I've had this bag hanging up in my barn for over a week. I had been inundated with flies and was desperate to do something to reduce the population. So far I think that bag has captured 10 flies. I will not buy it again. The fly strips that I ended up going to has pretty much taken care of my problem.
"RESCUE FLY TRAPS"
Been using these for years. They get the job done, even though they stink to high heaven. Hang them 50' away from the house and we're not bothered with flies trying to get into the house. You have to change them out every 6-7 days.