No, the Snake Guard Snake Trap does not contain an attractant. Snakes naturally want to enter dark confined areas and will readily go into the trap. Be sure that the traps are placed into the snakes travel path (parallel and directly against walls, on ledges, near doors or windows)
The Snake Guard Snake Trap can be used more than once, but it all depends on how much of the "sticky glue" is left after the snake has gotten stuck. Most people do not want to handle the snake, so they just throw the whole board out with the snake inside. If you don't mind handling the snake, you can use vegetable oil to get the snake off of the board where it is stuck. If there is still enough sticky parts on the board, then it can be used again.
The Snake Guard Snake Trap will trap a 4 foot long snake with no problem. The only way to know if a snake has been caught is to look inside the trap. The snake will get stuck on the glue inside the box and you can dispose of the whole trap with the snake inside or you can choose to release the snake by applying copious amounts of vegetable oil to the trap and the snake until it is freed from the glue.
The trapped snakes should not be able to leave the Snake Guard Snake Trap once they are attached to the glue.
The Snake Guard Snake Trap is a giant covered glue board that is used to remove small or large snakes from within homes and other structures. The sticky glue incapacitates even large snakes, allowing for live capture, safe removal and live release at an appropriate location. The snakes can enter in either side of the trap.
Yes, the Snake Guard Snake Trap will still work in temperatures that are 50 degrees as long as there is no rain.