Catchmaster Easy Set Mouse Snap Trap (605P) is an effective solution to your mouse control problem. This snap trap features a raised rim for great holding power, strong gripping teeth, and an easy access bait tray. It is also designed to fit low-profile bait stations for increased efficiency. This plastic trap offers heavy-duty construction to ensure durability. Once the product is set, it measures 2.25 inches in height.
I was given your larger trap to try when other traps wouldn't catch the mice in my kitchen. I thought, "yeah, yeah". I caught 7 mice in just 3 hours; even 2 at one time. Used peanut butter for bait and fed the mice to my neighbor's cat-A WIN,WIN!! I ordered 2 of the smaller ones (which came right away) thinking I was a mouse motel. I set the large one again to catch MIGHTYMOUSE and the smaller ones to catch minimouse and HER friends but 2 weeks-no more mouse motel. Work GREAT!!
Does the Catchmaster Easy Set Mouse Snap Trap have to be used with a bait station?
No, the Catchmaster Easy Set Mouse Snap Trap does not have to be used with a bait station. If you can safely set traps without using them inside a bait station, then you should, however, setting the traps inside a station such as the Protecta Mouse Bait Station would protect non-target animals like dogs and cats from potentially getting caught in them.
How does the Catchmaster Easy Set compare to the Mini T-Rex Mouse Trap? Are they the same manufacturer?
Both the Catchmaster Easy Set Mouse Snap Trap (605P and Mini T-Rex Mouse Trap are painfully similar. The biggest difference is the manufacturer. Both excel in trigger sensitivity and velocity. The T-Rex Trap has a removable bait cup, while the Catchmaster Easy Set has a hold in the top to fill the bait cup from above.
Will Catchmaster Easy Set Mouse Snap Traps get rid of voles and keep them away?
Our yard is approximately 1 acre. We have Zoysia grass and many flower beds. I noticed we had moles in the spring and I understand voles will use their tunnels and move around from there. I have tried everything I have read about on the internet. My latest effort has been placing Kaput in as many holes as I can find and spraying the yard with castor oil. I have recently dug up most of my smaller plants and am tilling all of the beds. I hope to scare them off by destroying their tunnels and hopefully churn up a few bodies(I know that is awful to say but I am so devastated over the loss of so many plants and frustrated at the time and effort I have given to this. I am making headway but have a way to go. I know they will come back if I don't keep up the fight. What do you recommend?