Ketch-All Humane Live Multi Catch Mouse Trap with Clear Lid is simple to use and effective. Safe for use around your family and pets the Ketch-All Humane Live Multi Catch Mouse Trap with Clear Lid requires no baits, chemicals, or poisons to be used. Catch several mice at one time with the same trap. The clear lid on the trap makes monitoring the Ketch-All Humane Live Multi Catch Mouse Trap easy and quick. Made out of galvanized steel the trap is rugged and ready for years of use.
Areas that mice favor: Available food, Available shelter, Dark and quiet areas, Proximity to entrances, Areas where mice have been caught before, Employee locker areas, Sprinkler rooms, Loading docks, etc.
I caught a mouse with this trap (so apparently it works), however the mouse was killed by the trap. Afterwards, I realized it was because I had wound it too many times when I set it, and wished the instructions had warned what would happen if wound it too much. Otherwise, I think it's a good product and worth buying. Just don't over-wind it!
Design change has made the trap to be of poor quality
By Ronald on 11/23/2014
The trap is not as pictured. It now has a very thin plastic top that will break easy. I have used these traps for many years and can remember them from over sixty years ago but will not likely buy another one because of the cheap plastic top now used on them.
I now have 6 traps. I live near orchards and open ground so we have a lot of mice and gofers. It isn't uncommon to catch 10 a day. The traps are good quality and I put a small amount of wheat and rice in them to attract rodents. I also cover them with a large box or flower pot turned upside down to make an inviting environment for mice. After years of trying other methods I have found what works for me.
I bought this Made in USA catch for voles. It works - and it gives the voles a last "spin" before they go. Of the voles that this catch has caught, more have died upon trapping then have lived. I check the catch three times per day and there is food inside if they want it. If you are determined to save all your voles and relocate them, this may not be the catch for you.