First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide

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First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide

First Strike Soft Bait is a unique rodenticide bait from Liphatech that is highly effective against rats and mice.  The softness of the bait makes it easy to secure on bait station rods.  First Strike Soft Bait also has shown high acceptance by rodents, even when competing food sources are available. The unique bait packaging around each bait allows the aroma to escape, increasing the attractiveness of the product. First Strike maintains palatability and integrity in both hot and cold environments.  Unlike competing bait products, First Strike Soft Bait contains no wax, making it that much more attractive and palatable to both rats and mice. We recommend using First Strike Soft Bait in tamper-resistant bait stations.

Cannot be sold in quantities smaller than 16 lb total.




First Strike Soft Bait is a unique rodenticide bait from Liphatech that is highly effective against rats and mice.  The softness of the bait makes it easy to secure on bait station rods.  First Strike Soft Bait also has shown high acceptance by rodents, even when competing food sources are available. The unique bait packaging around each bait allows the aroma to escape, increasing the attractiveness of the product. First Strike maintains palatability and integrity in both hot and cold environments.  Unlike competing bait products, First Strike Soft Bait contains no wax, making it that much more attractive and palatable to both rats and mice.

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  • 9 of 10 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  This is the real deal!!
    By Joe in Boston, MA on 12/26/2011
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    When all other rodent (hard) baits fail for you, make sure there will be is no shyness or rejection of the rodenticide. Use First Strike for the kill! Even if you put hard block baits in the same bait station with First Strike or close by in other stations, they won't even touch the hard baits. Rodents go crazy over this stuff! Thanks Do My Own Pest Control for excellent customer service and Liphatech for their great products.

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  • 6 of 7 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Best Kept Secret
    By Ms in Chicago, IL on 06/19/2012

    I was irritated for over a year with mice in my home. An exterminator gave me a few of these and within a day we were finding dead mice and I put more down but the last one I made sure I got the name of the product and went online and ordered more. Now when friends say anything about mice I bring them some of the first strike for their homes.

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  • 5 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide
    By Michael in Fair Haven, VT on 11/27/2012
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    I used this product based on other Pest Control companies raving about if you have a current rodent problem that just doesn't seem to be clearing up, use this product. The good, it does work well, the bad, I noticed the rodents die inside alot more than when I used a product like Final Blox. I wished it had a hole made into the center of the bait like the new soft-bait made by the people that make the Final Blox line. But, I do like this product, if only it were not so expensive.

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  • 4 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  First Strike Soft Bait
    By Gregg in Roch, NY on 06/25/2012

    This product truly does the job. I use it for moles and other rodents..... it is amazing.... put these packets out and no more rodents!

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  • 3 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  THIS STUFF IS FANATASTIC!
    By Greg in Baltimore, MD on 08/29/2012
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    The very first day I used this stuff in my backyard traps, the bait was all gone and I put 10 packets in each of two bait boxes. It appears that it must of worked and the mice or rats are dead somewhere because after the first day I refilled the bait boxes and nothing was touched at the end of the second day. I truly recommend this stuff to anyone who has a mice or rat problem.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Best rat/mice bait ever
    By Highly in Freer, TX on 11/23/2016

    I have several ranches with barns. I have been using this bait for about 3 years with great results,highly recommend.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide
    By Connie in Pinconning, MI on 09/27/2016

    Does the trick

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide
    By Connie in Pinconning, MI on 09/27/2016

    Does the trick

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Best. Rodent. Killer.
    By Mark in Chicago, IL on 09/25/2016

    Absolutely love this stuff! We have multiple-unit properties in the Midwest and this product eliminates rodents within 2-3 days. I usually put sardine juice on the packs and the rodents go crazy for them. PS -- Have had discussions with other pest professionals in different regions and they agree that this product is one of the most effective on the market today.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  poultry farm use
    By Tony in Dutton, AL on 06/07/2016

    Got fed up with the other baits I've tried and found this online. it's the best I've ever seen at ridding my farm of gopher rats. they are not completely gone but I have more dead gopher rats than I've ever seen DEAD. Put out more after a couple of weeks and same result. LOVE IT! Well worth the money. It's not cheap but if you want something that really works, here it is.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  This is an excellent product
    By Rebecca in Minneapolis, MN on 11/23/2015
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    Rodents go for it. Put it out year round. Have even gotten a few of the stupid voles with it. Easy to use. Highly recommend.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Very happy!
    By Jack in Indianapolis, IN on 11/18/2015

    It's exactly what I wanted. More than I needed but worth the extra expense. It gets the little buggers.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Best rat bait ever
    By Brian in Freer, TX on 07/06/2015

    Started using this made after my pest-control professional gave me some. My rodents well no longer eat the block bait. They love First Strike. I use it in my barn and garages. A+++++

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  • 5 of 5 stars  Great Bait
    By G. in Kansas on 07/22/2014
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    This is a great product. Lasts a long time and the mice go to it like candy. It is easy to load into the bait stations and stays put. I have used this product for years.

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  • 5 of 5 stars  This really worked
    By Getting in Marblehead, MA on 04/22/2014
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    We've been fighting with a critter in the house for several months. He even stole a whole pail of snacks, dragged them down a pipe hole. Avoided all sizes of snap traps and all sizes of Hav-a-Heart traps. We were afraid of bait for fear of it dying in the walls and smelling, but after two days of replacing the clean, easy little First Strike packets, no more critter. It really worked for it.

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05/08/2011 Lee

QDo we need to open the First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide packets before we put them out?
Does blue part come out of white pack???

AIt is not necessary to open the First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide packets. These packets are specially designed to allow the aroma from the bait to escape. Rodents like to gnaw and they will gnaw through the packets.

13 of 13 people found this answer helpful.
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03/26/2012 Elizabeth from Whitinsville Ma

QWillFirst Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide sicken cats and birds that eat mice killed by First Strike?
Concerned that mice ingesting difethialone in house will die outdoors and be eaten by other animals who might be harmed by First Strike.

AIn most cases secondary poisoning is not going to be a problem unless the predatory animal eats many rodents that have succumbed to the effects of the First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide. The exact amount of mice that must be eaten for the predatory animal to become sick will depend on the size and the health of the animal but usually they would need to consume near their own body weight of bait to get sick.

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04/29/2015 Iona from Toronto, Ontario

QHow much of the First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide is dangerous to a 10 lb dog?
A pest control company put two units in our garden. Our dog picked up the corner of the package they ripped open. It has a tiny amount blue residue in it and I am pretty sure that she didn't chew it. Will this be a problem for her and should we give her something or call the vet?

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In most cases, secondary poisoning is not going to be a problem unless the predatory animal eats many rodents that have succumbed to the effects of the First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide. The exact amount of mice that must be eaten for the predatory animal to become sick will depend on the size and the health of the animal but usually they would need to consume near their own body weight of bait to get sick. We do recommend that you contact your vet if your dog is sick or shows signs that are abnormal. Please provide the vet with the MSDS for more information.

4 of 7 people found this answer helpful.
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09/28/2011 R from Indianapolis, In

QWhen placed outside, will First Strike kill chipmunks?

AFirst Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide is not labeled for chipmunks, it has not been tested for chipmunks, and we cannot recommend you use it for this type of application. Since chipmunks are rodents they will most likely die after eating rodenticides. If you decide to use First Strike bait you must place it into tamper resistant bait stations to avoid having non-target animals consume the bait.

3 of 4 people found this answer helpful.
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11/20/2013 Fred from Los Angeles

QHow many ounces are each pack of First Stike Soft Bait? So I can write it to my customer.

APer the MSDS sheet for the First Stike Soft Bait Rodenticide each pack is 1.44 g.

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02/23/2013 Brian from Houston, Tx

QHow do you secure First Strike packets in the EZ Klean bait station?
Do you just skewer them on one of the horizontal metal rods right through the middle of the packet? I assume they should be secured somehow to keep the rats from taking the packet out where non-target animals could get poisoned.

AYou are correct, you simply skewer the First Strike on the rods.

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04/12/2015 Victor from Mesa, Arizona

Qhow much first strike does a rodent have to eat before it dies?

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First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide is a 2nd generation anticoagulant rodenticide meaning that rodents are affected or killed after a single feeding of bait. 

For mice: Apply 1 pack per placement, usually 8 to 12 feet apart. Up to four packs may be needed at points of very high mouse activity. Maintain a constant supply of fresh bait for 15 days or until signs of mouse activity decrease.

For rats: Apply 12 to 48 packs per placement, usually spaced 15 to 30 feet apart. Maintain a constant supply of fresh bait for 10 days or until signs of rat activity decrease. 

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09/24/2013 James from Deer Park N.y.

QHow long does the First Strike Bait stay fresh in the pail and the bait stations?

AFirst Strike Bait should be applied in a tamper resistant station and changed out every 40-60 days. The container is good for one year from the date of purchase if stored away from extreme temperatures.

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04/28/2014 Jean-jules from Montreal, Quebec, Canada

QWhat will happen to the body of the rat that died from the First Strike Soft Bait and is stock in the wall
Will it smell? Will it release Gaz or anything else that can be dangerous to human or pets? I have at list 2 deded rats stock in my walls! Do I absolutely need to open my wall to reach the body of the dead rat or I have the option to securely leave them in the wall? Thank you very much for your quick response. I am very nervous about this situation.

AWe do not recommend using rodents poison inside of buildings because of the risk of the rodents dying inside of a wall void or other inaccessibkle areas. The carcass of a dead rodent will be very odorous and should be removed because of the bacteria, virus, or parasites that may be left behind which is not healthy.

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08/10/2013 Marsha from Woodstock, Va

QHow many First Strike soft bait bags should I put in lg pet-resistant plastic bait stations?
I have several large black plastic outdoor bait stations (5-sided, with the side against the wall being 12"). I opened it with a Proteca key & found the interior is divided into sections, with a thin aluminum rod laying across a couple of the dividers. What is the purposes of that small rod? In which sections of the base of the bait station do I place the bait? Thanks for your help.

AThe rod is for you to thread through the bait so that the bait is held in place so rodents cannot relocate it. We reocmmend you start off putting 3-4 baits per station (on the rod) and then checking the stations after 1 week. If all of the bait is gone you need to use more bait. If there is still a lot of bait left you should use less bait. The amount of bait you need to use will always be based on the rodent population in your area at any given time.

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01/17/2015 Larry from Boynton Beach, Florida

QIs there any special handling or precautions needed when baiting the stations

AWe would recommend wearing gloves when handling First Strike Soft Bait Rodenticide. Also, make sure the bait is put in places where it will not be necessarily available for other animals, such as dogs and/or cats.

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04/23/2013 Jim from Charlotte, Nc

QWill First Strike soft bait kill squirrels?
I also have a squirrel problem and they are getting into my mouse bait stations and eating the bait. It's fine with me if it kills them but I would like to know for sure so I can take other measures if First Strike will not kill them.

AFirst Strike Soft bait is not labeled to kill squirrels. However, we recommend that you call the manufacturer to answer that question. You can contact Lipha Tech at 888-331-7900.

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