Tomahawk Rigid Trap Two Trap Doors - Opossum & similar sized animals - Model 105.5

Tomahawk Rigid Trap Two Trap Doors - Opossum & similar sized animals - Model 105.5

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Product Overview

Tomahawk Original Series Model 105.5 is a rigid live trap with two trap doors designed to catch skunks, opossums, prairie dogs, large squirrels and similar sized animals. This quality trap is 24L x 7W x 7H, constructed from 1" x 1" - 14 gauge galvanized steel mesh, and weighs 4 lbs. It features two trap doors which allows animals to see through the trap without obstruction and enter from either end with confidence. Great for runway setups as well. Tomahawk has been manufacturing the finest and most durable traps on the market since 1925. Tomahawks are tough, made in the USA, and backed with a one year factory warranty.

Features and Specs

Target pests Skunk, Opossum, Prairie Dog, Large Squirrel-sized animals
For use in Residential and commercial, urban and rural areas, indoors or outdoors
Dimensions 24" x 7" x 7" - 1" x 1" 14 gauge wire mesh
Special Features *Spring loaded trap door *Two locking trap doors *Strategic mesh patterns *Sure-fire trigger *Adjustable trigger *Calms wary animals *Allows entry from either end
Warranty One Year Warranty against factory defects
Shipping Weight 4.00 lbs
Manufacturer Tomahawk Live Trap (Mfg. Number: 105.5)
UPC 00741459126087

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How do you get rid of prairie dogs?
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Prairie dogs can be very difficult to control. A combination of trapping and barrier creation can be used. Other methods of control may be approved for use in your area, depending on where you are located. Since other burrowing animals will often inhabit old prairie dog tunnels, you will want to confirm what kind of animal is living in the burrows before you treat any burrows directly. You should contact your local animal control or Co-operative Extension office for the treatment methods that are allowed and most successful in your area. 

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