Calms weary animals - Trap doors at both ends allow animals to see through the trap without obstruction and enter with confidence. Allows entry from either end - Trap doors at both ends allow animals to enter the trap from either end, increasing your chances of success. Two locking trap doors-then an animal sets off the trap by stepping on the trip pan, both spring loaded doors simultaneously snap shut and lock into place, making escape virtually impossible.
Two Door Trapping Tips:
We have discovered that trap placement is very important for double door trapping. The best trapping method for double door traps is the funnel or drift method. This method works well with armadillos, raccoons, and opossums.Try to place the trap against a building or existing structure and angle a 2” x 6” board at one end of the trap away from the entrance. Repeat on the opposite side. Armadillos do not see very well and will follow the boards right into the trap. Be careful the boards do not prevent the trap doors from closing. Another variation for trapping armadillo is to use four boards, placing one board at each edge of the trap and angle them away from the entrance. Let the trap sit for a few days, making sure to check it daily. After trapping your first armadillo, place the trap back into its original location. The smell from the first armadillo will attract a second.
|Rigid Traps with Two Trap Doors|
|104||24x6x6||Squirrels, Muskrats and Similar Sizes||1x1-14 gauge||$40.66|
|105.5||24x7x7||Skunks, Opposums, Praire Dogs and Similar Sizes||1x1-14 gauge||$48.61|
|107||32x9x9||Cats, Rabbits, and Similar Sizes||1x1-14 gauge||$66.12|
|108.6||36x10x12||Raccoon, Feral Cats, Wood Chucks, Similar Sizes||1x1-12 gauge||$89.45|
|108.7||48x10x12||Armadillos, Otters, Large Raccoons||1x2-12 gauge||$129.12|
|109||42x15x15||Fox, Bobcats, Jackrabbits, and Similar Size Animals||1x2-12 gauge||$138.68|