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Raccoon & Opossum Bait

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Product Features

  • Contains pheromones and essential oil and food that attract these target animals and no others.

Product Description

Contains pheromones and essential oil and food that attract these target animals and no others.

  • Weather-proof and long lasting.
  • Wont attract dogs or cats.
  • Simple and easy to use.
  • Best when used in cage traps like safeguard or woodstream.
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    BCI - 288892

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    5.0 out of 5 stars Good product - but don't get it from Ablackhorse May 17, 2012
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    The product itself is great, but I'm trying to find it from a different seller, since this one (Ablackhorse) charges more for shipping than for the actual product - that's just NUTS!

    I still want to find it from a different seller, though, because I prefer it for several reasons. I have a lot of raccoons and possums come through my property every spring (or every time they break ground nearby to put in a new subdivision) and it always gets them into the trap for me.

    I tried what a reviewer below suggested, which was to use an old can of fish. It probably would have worked - if I could have kept all the neighborhood cats (including my own!) out of the trap. But a cat would always get in and trip the trap before it could catch the egg-stealing chicken-murdering possums and raccoons I was really after.

    This bait by Revenge is fruit-based (it smells amazingly sweet - almost like a flowery cologne!) so cats aren't interested.

    Now - a young fella at the hardware store told me his family always used a scrap of orange or some overripe strawberries to bait their raccoon traps. I tried it and oranges really do seem to work - for raccoons anyway (possums don't seem interested.) The only trouble is that they also attract chickens, so you have to make sure you only set the trap at night so your chickens don't get caught.

    This bait is a brown paste so it doesn't catch the chickens' eyes and they don't go in after it.

    Those are the reasons I really prefer it above all the home-kitchen type baits I could use instead, and why I will keep on trying to find it from a seller who doesn't gouge on shipping.
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    1.0 out of 5 stars don't need this product May 12, 2012
    You don't need this product. Simply go to the discount store and buy the smallest can of the cheapest fish or seafood flavored cat food. I bought one for 69 cents. Open the can and place the bait inside. Much cheaper and very effective.
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