Havahart Live Animal Cage Trap - Model 1078
Havahart Live Animal Cage Trap 1078 is made of galvanized wire mesh and is used to trap such animals as rabbits, skunks, squirrels, mink, and similar-sized animals. This 24" x 7" x 7" trap is easy to set and trap with a gravity-action door and sensitive trigger area. The galvanized wire mesh protects from rush and corrosion. 1078 by Havahart has smooth edges to protect the captured animals.
Dimensions: 24”L x 7”W x 7"H
Returns: There are no returns on animal traps unless the traps are damaged or defective.
Havahart Live Animal Cage Trap 1078 is made of galvanized wire mesh and is used to trap such animals as rabbits, skunks, squirrels, mink and similar sized animals. This 24" x 7" x 7" trap is easy to set and trap with a gravity-action door and sensitive trigger area. The galvanized wire mesh provides protection from rush and corrosion. The 1078 by Havahart has smooth edges in order to protect the captured animals.
Dimensions: 24”L x 7”W x 7"H
- Ready to use, no assembly required
- Galvanized wire
- Gravity-action door and sensitive trigger
- Mesh openings are smaller than competing traps of comparable size to prevent escapes and stolen bait.
- Trigger rod is located outside of the trap so animal cannot damage it while in the trap.
- Made in the USA
|Pro Tips||Always contact your local state agencies or Humane Society as to the laws pertaining to capturing wild animals and their release.|
|Target Pest||rabbits, skunks, squirrels, mink and similar sized animals|
|Active Ingredient (s)||N/A|
|For Use :||
|Mixture|Application||Instructions and tips on baits and trap setting are included|
Trapping Tips for Live Animal Cages
Always test your new trap by springing it a couple of times to make sure it is working to your satisfaction. Many times trappers like to camouflage their traps; test the spring of the trap after you camouflage it. If the spring door is not closing fast enough, place small stones or weights on top of the door. This will help the door to close faster.
When you receive your new trap it will be clean and bright. Some animals prefer not to go into a brand new trap while others do not seem to mind. The trap will improve with age.
Prebait the trap by placing the bait in place keeping the doors open with a stick or wire. This will help encourage an animal to investigate come in for the bait. After you see that the bait has been disturbed, set the trap.
Camouflaging the trap with twigs and leaves will remove any new shine from the trap. Also, making the trap dirty with dirt and water would help take the shine out of the trap. This will remove the smell of the newness of the trap.
Always wear gloves when setting the trap to remove any human scent.
Watch for adverse weather conditions (extreme heat or cold) for trapped animals.
Frequently check traps and release the animal according to your local wildlife laws.
After each catch, it is advisable to wash and disinfect the trap to stop the spread of any possible disease. A bleach solution of one part bleach and 9 parts water should be sufficient.