Customer Reviews 4 item(s)
These have worked wonders for me. They will wipe out a whole population of yellow jackets causing them to not return for two or three years. I use my own method though. I fill the trap with sugar water like you would use for hummingbirds (1 part white sugar to 4 parts water). Then add some dawn dish soap and mix into the water. A little soap works fine and one teaspoon is probably plenty. The dish soap breaks the surface tension of the water causing the wasps to slip in and drown. And I also add the lure. This trap is amazing.
- great for catching flies!
My trap is hung about 2 and a half feet off the ground and about three feet from the yellowjacket nest. Iam now on my second lure and hope it works better than the first. The first caught about 100 flys and not 0ne yellowjacket!
- Bought a second one
This trap works great, we have caught hundreds of Yellow Jackets
- wasp trap
It did not work , I caught a lot of flies but not one wasp
DIY RESPONSE: In most areas of the country yellow jackets do not appear until later in the summer. Many of the wasps you see are queens looking to start a colony. Try using the traps later in the season.