Rodent & Wildlife Control Products
How to decide between Rodent Baits and Traps
By Walt Cline
When considering rodent control, you generally have a choice between trapping and baiting methods. Baiting is easier, especially for pest control novices, but there is also a chance that a dead smelly rodent will die behind your walls. If that happens, you'll have to wait until the carcass decomposes. If there is potential that the rodent will get stuck in the walls near a common area in your house, you might want to use traps to catch the rodent instead.
Squirrel Control: Unfortunately, there is not a bait labeled for squirrel control. Trapping is the preferred method.
Mole Control: You can choose baiting methods or trapping methods to catch moles. The majority of people choose baits, because baiting is easier.
We have some outstanding traps (standard, collapsible and easy to set live cages) for Raccoons, Woodchucks, and Opossums made by Havahart
$62.30 As low as: $60.95Detex Soft Bait is a non-toxic monitoring soft bait with Lumitrack. This soft bait is highly palatable with a large rodent bait acceptance. This soft bait was developed for long term baiting programs and is especially useful in locations where rodents are accustomed to fatty foods. Learn More
Starting at: $71.25
Mice Combo Trap/ Bait Kits combine three types of professional traps, mouse lure attractant, and one type of disposable bait station (bait included) in one kit for a greater selection. At times trapping and or baiting mice require a variety of traps and baits for successful mice control. Not one method works all the time successfully, so a combination of types of traps and a rodent bait will ensure success. Place these traps and bait stations in areas where the mice have been observed.Learn More