W·H·Y Trap for Wasps, Hornets & Yellowjackets
The W·H·Y® Trap has a top chamber and a bottom chamber. The top chamber is baited with two attractants -- one of which is a solid contained in a vial, and the other a liquid mixed with water. The bottom chamber is baited with a liquid attractant poured onto a cotton pad. Wasps, hornets and yellowjackets have two ways to enter: either through the top cap, or through the holes in the bottom cap.
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Double-chambered design restricts insects from escaping
Durable construction holds up for multiple seasons
Attractant will not lure beneﬁcial honeybees
Catches workers from summer through fall
Catches queens in spring before they build nests
First and only trap to capture Paper Wasps, Bald-faced Hornets and European Hornets
Two-week attractant kit included
No extra food bait required
Once inside the trap, the insects cannot ﬂy out and die either by drowning (top chamber) or dehydration (bottom chamber).
What People Are Saying
Our yard in August becomes wasp and yellow jacket haven.
We hung one of these traps and within an hour had got about 20.
By the end of the day, five hours later, we had at least 100.
We went and got 2 more traps and the new one has 8 in it, now.
We know this will make our yard much more enjoyable to be in getting rid of theses pests.
The little rascals had bit my wife on two different days as she walked out to get our mail. I investigated and found a burrow next to the path. I hung one of these traps about 20 feet away and the next morning I had about 9 in the bottom trap and 4 or 5 more trying to figure out how to get in. (I didn't feel the need to get close enough to get a more accurate count.) Going to town today to buy a couple more traps. Thank you for a great product.
Just hung it yesterday as my son and I were getting dive bombed by the lil buggars! The bottom container is swarming with wasps and hornets but nothing in the top as of yet. Going to go and purchase a couple more of these traps! Thanks!!!
Bought the yellow jacket trap at the beginning of summer and didn't see anything for 2 weeks. Replaced the attractant and saw instant results the next day. With a toddler that loves to play in our backyard, this was a must!!! Now that I know it works, I'm purchasing the wasp trap. Love this product!
I have soooo many wasps and insects in my yard and have bought and even tried some of the homemade traps from Pinterest. Nothing has ever been as effective as the Rescue. I cannot believe how many wasps and even flies it gets rid of. I just emptied it again because it had so many bugs in it. I tell all of my neighbors about it. It is a terrific product. Finally one that works.
I accidently spilled some of the stuff for the disk on the ground and within 30 seconds there were 4 or 5 wasps swarming there. In the first 2 weeks of putting up the wasp catcher we caught at least 50 wasps. I just refilled it last night and I'll be willing to bet there are a bunch more in there.
The reusable wasp trap is very effective.
I have bought them for my family and friends.
I have one in my backyard. My neighbour likes to set up his chair with a cold drink and watch the action.
He tells me what the biggest count of live wasps were in the trap in his sitting, and he can sit there watching for hours.
I think that entertainment he gets with the trap that he is going to cancel his cable for TV in the summer.
Perhaps I should purchase him one as well.
This works very well...I could not find the nest. They were swarming across my grass. My kids love to play in the yard. So I had to do something.(yellow jackets) I have woods on three sides so it is possible it wasn't even in my yard. But it caught about 26 in the first two weeks. YES, I counted them!! And way too many to count in the next two weeks. Bought the last refil Walmart had tonight...