Rescue TrapStik for Carpenter Bees, Wasps and Mud Daubers

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$8.49

Rescue TrapStik for Carpenter Bees, Wasps and Mud Daubers

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Rescue TrapStik is a chemical-free, water resistant trap for carpenter bees, mud daubers and wasps. Bird guards have been added to protect wildlife from getting caught. Read More

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RESCUE TrapStik for Wasps, Mud Daubers & Carpenter Bees

RESCUE TrapStik for Wasps, Mud Daubers & Carpenter Bees lures multiple pest species. Enticed by the colors and patterns proven to attract them, carpenter bees, wasps, and mud daubers will fly to it and get caught on the sticky surface. Bird guards were added to protect wildlife from getting caught also.

Benefits:

  • chemical-free
  • weather resistant
  • catch all season long
  • saves structures from carpenter bee damage
  • breaks the life cycle of the carpenter bee

Attributes

  • Brand: Rescue
  • Type: Insect Control

Reviews (3)

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Picked up a lot of seed pods, etc. "

    It caught a wasp and a lot of tree debris so I will hang my next one under an eve. Super fast shipping, nicely packaged. Highly recommend JeffersPet.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Worked great!"

    I bought these because I had a Carpenter bee problem. The traps are covered with carpenter bees after a week.

  3. 1.0 out of 5 stars

    "It's a dud"

    I bought 4 of these and hung them in open sheds, a barn, a hay barn where I had problems. Also hanging a few feet away was a home made Carpenter Bee trap with the mason jar screwed to the bottom and a wooden tiny house on top with a hole in it. I have not caught one wasp or carpenter bee on any of my four, just lots of small flying insects and I hope they are not my fly predators! The jar in my home made bee trap is half full now. I am very disappointed, to say the least.

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