Disposable Fly Trap
The RESCUE!® Disposable Fly Trap catches common nuisance or filth flies -- hundreds of the most prevalent species including house flies, false stable flies, blow flies, blue and green bottle flies, flesh flies, face flies and many others.
Inside the RESCUE!® Disposable Fly Trap is a bait that flies find irresistible. This attractant is comprised of food and feed ingredients, and other food flavorings generally recognized as safe. The attractant dissolves and activates when water is added to the bag. Lured by the scent, flies enter the trap through the yellow top cap and drown in the water.
Powder attractant is contained within the trap itself
Attractant dissolves and activates quickly when water is added to the bag
Trap's design eliminates touching the bait or the flies
Catches up to 20,000 flies (yes, we counted them all!)
Once lured inside the trap, the flies cannot escape and drown in the water added to the bag.
Where and How To Use
The RESCUE!® Disposable Fly Trap is intended for use outdoors. It will help control the fly population outside before it ever becomes a nuisance inside. We recommend hanging it around 20 feet away from any outdoor living spaces.Suggested locations for the trap include:
- Near a dog run or kennel
- In a barn with good air ventilation
- Around poultry, hogs, sheep, dairy and beef cattle areas
- Near garbage bins or dumpsters
- Near a compost pile
- Near a campsite
For those areas with heavy fly concentrations, such as farms and ranches, we created the RESCUE!® Big Bag Fly Trap.
The RESCUE!® Disposable Fly Trap can be used whenever hot, humid conditions or the presence of animals or garbage cause an outdoor fly problem.
What People Are Saying
This thing works awesome. Catches flies immediately and fills quickly.Far better than chemical sprays.
We live near the delaware bay where you can't even go out when the greenheads are biting but they are going into this trap. Even the large black greenhead fly traps dont get this many flies. Thankyou for this product. Can you make a bigger one? This little one fills up too fast.
I never saw anything like this trap!!! We laughed when we read "holds 20,000 flies". We filled it in less than a week. Just put up our second trap. We're not laughing now. I taped off 2 of the 3 entrance sections. That kept the smell down. The flies actually were fighting to be the first to die. I took down the fly paper strip in the garage that had about 5 flies on it. What a joke compared to your trap. I hope you're working on a mosquito trap.
I too was sceptical when purchasing this product, thinking, "Oh well, if it doesn't work, it doesn't work and we'll know better next year." However, after only a few hours there were so many flies buzzing around in the bag I was astonished and amazed! Needless to say, I am buying more of this product and I'm telling everyone I know about it! Good work Rescue company- making a product that actually performs.
Easy to use and economical. Solved the majority of the problem within a couple of hours. I have 2 dogs in the yard and the flies were eating as much of their food as they were, so it saving me money both ways!
Had up for less than a couple hours and just checked it. There were so many flies in it I came to the site to see how many it would hold. Site says 20,000 !!!!
I will be buying a couple more of these to hang all over the back yard as we have three dogs.
Thanks you for a truely simple yet great product!!
'In about a week we had enough flies,
to make a couple of spider pies!'
As everyone probably did, we thought it was just another couple of dollars gone to waste. Little did we know, this product works TOO good! Our bag is so full right now, we don't want to take it down until we get another one because it is entertaining lol. We will always use this product; we invite people over to look at what we've got! It's amazing!
Like so many before me I cannot award Rescue Traps enough stars. Bought my first one last week and after 3 days it got so heavy that the heavy gauge wire hook I fashioned for it unwound and the whole kit and kaboodle fell to the ground and split open. I like to call it the Bzz-z, bzz-z hotel. It's rather entertaining to watch the flies come down for a look see. Walk a few circles around the opening and take their last walk-about down the funnel of doom. I would love to know why they are unable to to just land again on the bottom of the funnel and escape. Probably the attractant. Apparently they don't recognise their bros in the soup! Can't praise you guys enough!