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Woodstream M323 Multiple Catch Mice Trap


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  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0036UXLGQ
  • Item model number: M323
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,192,917 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

M323 Victor Mouse Trap Multiple CatchModel #: M323Best Used For:Catching and releasing live mice. This live catch mouse trap is ideal if you don't want to touch a mouse. Simply set and bait, then release any mice that are caught in the trap.

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It caught a mouse within 24 hours.
Amazon Customer
As soon as we hear noise and check, the crackers are gone out of every trap--with no mice inside.
Colin Klein
This is a little house that lets mice get in and out as they pleased.
G. Requejo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By CLStevens on February 6, 2009
This is a fantastic trap, much more economical than the "Havahart" brand. We bought two of these and one of the metal cages (Havahart) yesterday at our local hardware store to deal with our eruption of mice. While the metal cage can only catch one at a time (difficult to set, mice were escaping, we only got one this morning) the Victor traps had 5 in each of them this afternoon!

That was 10 total between the two!! We were able to humanely release the little critters at a field nearby.

The only CON was we were not able to tell the traps held mice. They were probably full since this morning but they are hard to see into and it wasn't until we heard scratching that we looked. Even when we examined them, we thought they only had captured 2 or 3.

Check these traps often, all of ours survived but much longer and I doubt they would have made it.

Excellent trap. People saying the mice are escaping should examine the ramp system, we noticed it was sticking when we cleaned them for more use this afternoon.
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This trap is flimsy and the two pieces come apart easily. I am pretty sure that a mouse inside would push the trap open and escape easily and quickly just from its normal movements in a confined space. I say "pretty sure" because I can't get a mouse to go into this trap. I tried this trap for a week in a spot where I knew mice were moving. The entire time, I never caught a mouse or saw any evidence that they were entering or attempting to enter this trap. Finally, I put baby powder down on the floor around the trap, and revealed the footprints of passing mice. Sure enough, they were passing right by the trap and right through the trap's tunnel. But they were either unwilling or unable to get up the ramp.

I bought a Havahart cage trap, and put it in the exact same spot with the exact same bait. It caught a mouse within 24 hours. I'm still using this Victor trap in various places where I see mouse activity, but it has still failed to catch its first mouse. Meanwhile, my Havahart trap continues to catch mice, using the exact same bait.

I realize this trap is cheap, but I would advise anyone to skip it and just buy the cage trap. Anyone who wants to live trap mice is going to end up buying the cage trap after trying this worthless thing, anyway.
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By Colin Klein on February 15, 2009
We bought four of these since they were cheap. Not only are they cheap, they are worthless as well. One of them had a mouse trapped inside for part of overnight apparently, until it ate one of the little plastic barriers in the lid top and squeezed out the entrance. The other three traps from the very beginning, mice just come and go as they please within seconds, taking the bait away with them. They don't even need to bother eating the lid. We usually put 2 or 3 Cheese-It crackers in the far end of each trap. As soon as we hear noise and check, the crackers are gone out of every trap--with no mice inside. Buy something else, these are a total waste of money.
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By W. Gunn on January 5, 2011
We got one of these to try the no-kill method and left it near where I thought the mice were coming in. Months later, we had still not caught anything. During the holidays, the mouse was joined by a few friends, we talked to an exterminator, and he gave us some of the spring-action traps and told us to bait it with a tiny dab of peanut butter. We put one of those in the same place and caught 3 that night, one more the next day.

If you need to get rid of some critters, don't waste your time with these. Go old-fashioned.
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By M.S. on September 28, 2009
Useless mouse trap. We have been dealing with this mouse who appears to have wandered into our house. Tried this plastic trap, which looked very flimsy on inspection. After two night's use, we still no mice! The container inside looks like it has been entered as there are mouse droppings inside, but I can;t for the life of me figure out how they get out! Not worth the stress...
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By Debra L. Applin on October 6, 2013
I currently have six live traps (various brands) out to catch the evil genius mouse (The Brain's cousin?) and his friends. These Woodstream traps have not caught him nor his kin, and even worse, the mice won't go near them. They at least steal the bait out of the other traps so there is a chance of catching them. The Woodstream traps sit there with their yummy bait and are totally ignored! If they miraculously work I'll update my review.
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By P. A. O. Rourke on October 13, 2012
I trapped 15 mice over a months time. The trap was very easy to set & release the mice. I baited with a little peanut butter. The mouse problem is over, but I still have the trap in case one gets in again. I would buy this product again.
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