Rescue Disposable Fly Traps

Item #13047

$3.99 to $5.79

Rescue Disposable Fly Traps

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Rescue 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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Description

Rescue Fly Traps

Rescue 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 Disposable Bag 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 Bag Fly Traps Are Effective Against:

  • house flies
  • false stable flies
  • blow flies
  • blue and green bottle flies
  • flesh flies
  • face flies
  • and many more

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Attributes

  • Brand: Sterling International/Rescue
  • Type: Trap
  • Insect Type: Flies
  • Capacity: 20,000,40,000

Reviews (31)

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "They work!"

    Good little disposable fly traps. They work best if you put up multiple traps (2-5) outside of your barn, or 20-30' away from the area where flies are the problem. Add a little water once a week to keep them effective. They work even better if you park something like a wheelbarrow with some fresh manure directly under the hanging traps to lure even more flies. That method significantly reduced the number of flies inside my horse barn. Be sure to hang the traps where raccoons can't reach them and tear them up at night.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Works great!"

    This product works really well, but know that after a few days it starts to really smell bad. But I guess that is why the flies like it. I would recommend this to everyone...

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Does the job"

    Works better than any other trap I've tried. Highly Recommend!

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "No More Flys"

    This catcher works, give it a day. I live in Rural Montana where Cattle and Flys meet. This will capture flys before they get in or near your house.

  5. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "cheap and catches flies"

    They caught lots of flies at our farm.

  6. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Best barn fly control!"

    These bags are incredible for attracting flies! They do smell as the bag gills with flies but it's worth it to keep the flies out of the barn and chicken coop. I buy them by the dozen.

  7. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Helps"

    Simple to hang and gets flies, may not get them all but sure cuts down the population.

  8. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Extremely effective"

    I have used these bags for several years - best in my chicken yard, I've found, but also good around the donkey fence when they leave them alone. They do not winter well. If you have new ones leftover from summer purchase (in other words, un-used and dry), bring them into a temperature controlled place because the freezes in Florida seem to negate the fly attractant.

  9. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "It takes several days to start working"

    I purchased several to use near my portable pig pens. It did not work right away, but after about 5 days the bait became pungent, the bag filled up fast. AwSum!

  10. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Simply the best!!"

    Tried many different lure traps, but this one is simply the best. Set up away from area you want to keep fly free and before you walk away, a fly will have been caught. Worth the money....hands down.

  11. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Wow"

    So effective, the fly traps work very well. Deserve a 5 stars and more

  12. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "An Update"

    I've been using the fly traps for 2 years, with excellent results. My problem stems from (1) a neighbor's garbage pails - 6 units' worth, and (2) a nearby nursing home that apparently doesn't follow proper biomed disposal. These fly traps are a godsend, and I have noticed a reduction in flies over time. Contrary to one other review, I find the bigger bags work better - perhaps more odor? Anyway, these REALLY work, and can be recommended to anyone who can deal with the odor!

  13. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Works Very well"

    Definitely work - hung it on tree in back yard - kept files from around the grill and back door. Maybe it's me but the squirrels sighting seem to have reduced since hanging this out.

  14. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "They work"

    I have been using these for several years now and they work great at reducing the number of flies. I found that the small bag works better then the large. Same attractant but more water (dilute) in the larger ones. Anyone else have similar experience?

  15. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Excellent fly trap"

    The Big Bag fly trap is an amazing trap! We fill and place them all around our farm and get very good fly control during the summer months. They smell awful, so you won't want them near the house, but we put them in sunny locations out near the barns and property edges, and they fill up with flies within days. Unlike sticky traps we don't catch beneficial insects, bats, or birds in these and they smell bad enough to keep the livestock from messing with them. Keep these handy!

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