Bobcat/Coyote/Small Dog/ Fox Live
Single Door Rigid Live Trap, Model
109.5, is the perfect trap for bobcats, coyotes, nutria, fox, or
small to medium sized dogs.
Size = 42" x 15" x 20"
Grid Construction = 1" x
Gauge = 12
Weight = 50 lbs
These traps feature a sturdy
frame that is constructed of heavy 12, 14, or 16 gauge galvanized
steel wire mesh (depending upon model) for maximum resistance to
rust and corrosion. An open fabric construction allows the animals
to see through the trap in all directions and enter the trap with
confidence. Galvanized steel rods are welded to the wire mesh frame
for extra support and reinforcement. A spring loaded, automatic
locking V-door, securely and safely traps the animal inside the
trap immediately after the animal steps onto the trip pan, located
at the back of the trap. Galvanized 1/2 by 1/2 inch wire mesh
openings are welded to the bait areas to prevent animals from
reaching through the outside of the trap. A super fast spring
loaded door eliminates the chance of the animal backing out of the
trap before the door springs shut and locks into place. The special
locking system and the heavy reinforcement of the trap doors
prohibits animals from forcing the door open, even if the animals
manages to turn the trap upside down. This makes these traps
perform well when trapping animals at any angle. Deluxe Single Door
Rigid Live Traps are also equipped with an adjustable trigger
release mechanism that allows for heavy or light sets. Most of
these traps include a protective piece of galvanized sheet under
the safety handle of the trap, to protect the trapper against
scratches from the trapped animal. The deluxe single door
traps a variety of different sized animals, ranging from rat to
If storage space is a concern,
Model 109.5 is also available as a collapsible trap, Model 209.5,
and as a transfer trap with a rear sliding door, Model
609.5. The rear sliding door is HIGHLY recommended because it makes
baiting and releasing the animal much
Collapsible Trap, Model 209.5, is
the perfect alternative when storage space is a concern.
Model 609.5 has the added benefit
of having a rear release door. This addition makes Model 609.5 a
must-have for catching cats and rabbits.
Damage do bobcats, coyotes, or dogs do?
Bobcats will wipe out
small to medium sized domestic animals. This includes calf’s,
goats, house cats, small dogs, chickens, rabbits and anything else
the Bobcat can catch. Bobcat trapping is the most effective way to
remove unwanted Bobcats.
Your cats and
dogs are easy prey as well as any livestock a Coyote sets his mind
on. Coyote carry the rabies virus as well as other disease. As
people build ponds stocked with fish, and other live animals,
coyotes find these areas and quickly begin to feed on the bounty.
Coyotes love eggs and can cause huge financial losses to both the
commercial farmer as well as the weekend gardener. A coyote can
become a problem when their feeding leads them to our gardens,
livestock or pets. Coyote are more likely to eat garden vegetables
and fruit. Because of how they forage, damage is quick and
Feral dogs are
a danger to everyone since they have no fear of humans. People who
abandon animals are causing a terrible situation, let alone what
they are doing to the dog. A pack of wild dogs is an accident
waiting to happen and you or a child might be the victim. Feral or
stray dogs also kill small animals, cats, chickens and sometimes
should I use for bobcats, coyotes, or dogs?
Bobcats like any spiced meat like slim-jims, hot dogs or dehydrated
meat products. Sardines have also proven effective for Bobcat
chicken, eggs, meat products, and smelly sardines seems to draw
them as well.
Feral dogs are
attracted to almost any beef food product, hotdogs work great.
should I place bobcat, coyote, or
Place the Bobcat trap in a flat area where the Bobcat has been
hunting, or has been seen.
The Coyote is
a nocturnal animal that averages about 35 pounds, and comes out at
night to hunt and forage. It is best to set the traps during
the day around and near the problem areas, or if you know where the
Coyote den is. Keep the Coyote trap near wooded areas, so the
Coyote does not feel threatened.
traps can be placed anywhere that the dog travel.
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