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7 of 7 people found this review helpful:
By Dennis on 10/21/2010
The Havahart 1085 is the only single door trap I've had any luck with trapping wild cats. You must also use a human scent remover so the cat won't shy away from the opening. Make the trap as natural as possible with brush, limbs or any other natural material. I bait with either sardines in oil or tunafish in oil-both work great!
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By Nic on 01/05/2012
The trap worked well, as I caught my nuisance animal. I wish it had a "back door" to the cage making it easier to set bait. Overall effective and well built trap.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
It just works
By Tony on 04/06/2012
This trap is rugged. After trapping two armadillos and a huge raccoon the trap shows no sign of abuse or wear. I thought the raccoon would have wreaked havoc on the trap but, no. Super easy to use. Just bait it and forget it.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Worthless for adult racoons
By Andy on 01/09/2015
In Anaheim Ca we are being over run by rac coons. They love the dry cat food. Three juvenile ones sat on my patio table and casually munched on my cats food. They stared right at me until I got real close. The cats are afraid of them. So I set the trap and apparently caught ma or pa. They bent the door lock up real good and ate the food. So much for the 1085. They sent me a new door lock and spring.