:: FOX ::

Fox traps, humane catch release fox traps and fox controlWhat Damage does foxes do?
Foxes can cause a lot of damage to your lawn or garden. Some look for shelter and even move right in under your home or outbuildings.

What bait should I use for foxes?
Fish, fresh or canned, honey or sugar covered vegetables, smoked fish, watermelon, sweet corn, cooked fatty meat, crisp bacon.

Where should I place fox traps?
Place the trap as close to the fox entrance (hole) as possible. If there is more than one entrance, cover the remaining holes to force the fox to use the hole nearest the trap. This will allow you to place the trap directly in front of the opening which will allow you to capture the animal quickly.


Professional Rear Release Box Traps

The most rigid and durable traps on the market. Constructed of long lasting GalvaPerm wire. This revolutionary coating provides up to three times longer life than galvanized-after-weld wire. Mounted with reinforced spring loaded front door. Steel reinforcing around trap body. Fully assembled and easy to set.

"It arrived today in perfect condition, it is a lot better than the one the county lends out.  I am thrilled with my purchase." -S.N.

42" long x 13" x 15"
Our Price $139.99

"I'm so happy I had a rear-door release on the new trap. I trapped a gray fox early this morning and was able to release it without the risk of being bitten. The other traps I've had did not have a live-animal release door and getting the front-end trip door open was always dicey.Sure felt good to see the youngster run off. He's way too smart to get himself trapped a second time.Thanks again for a really well made trap."

Twila Wilson

Live Bait Cage

This Imperial live bate cage simply hangs on the back. placing a live animal in the bait cage, it is the ultimate attraction for predatory animals. The bait cage has a easy access trap door on the bottom for loading and unloading the bait cage.  All other sides are solid metal allowing sight of the bait animal inside only through the trap.  The predator will have to enter the trap to see and try to get the bait animal.  The bait animal is 100% safe inside the bait cage.  It’s best to hang the bait cage about 6” off the ground on the back of the trap.  Once hung use zip ties or wire to secure against the trap.  Always use a smelly bait to draw the predator to the trap.  Once close, the predator with smell and see the live bait and enter the trap to get the live bait…. Job done!     The dimentions of this Live Bait Cage are 20" x 11” x 12"

Trap pictured not included.
Live Bait Cage
20" long x 11" x 12"
Our Price: $49.99

Please note, we sell wildlife traps and wildlife bait. We do not guarantee that you will catch anything. We do not guarantee that an animal will eat the bait. We do not teach you how to trap any animals. If you have never trapped, or do not feel you can, please contact a professional trapper in your area. NO TRAPS ARE RETURNABLE ONCE USED. NO BAIT IS RETURNABLE ONCE OPENED.

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