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Putting together your reusable fly traps
Place green bowl onto the metal ring so it sits securely, hold the net up and connect the bottom inner loop to the inner hook at the top.
We advise you to hang our net traps away from where your animals may become interested in playing with them. If you have more than one, spreading them around a pasture on a fence or field is a great way to attack the flies from different angles. Our net traps work a treat where there is lots of direct sunlight!
Anything rotten like meat or eggs should do the trick remember to add beer to your trap to keep the bait wet the yeast in it also help in acting as an attractant for the fly. Leave trap out in the sun to get the bait going. Hang it nowhere higher than waist height the lower the better. This is a recommended height to start out with as you catch more flies increase the height.
You have to think, why would a fly go to the effort of getting into the trap for horse manure when there's already an abundance they can just land on on the ground. You have to make it worth it. Also be sure to clear any surrounding Poop or manure or else the flies will just go towards those that are easily accessible. Get something real stinky in there. Rotten meat or eggs mmmhhm
see a list of working bait recipes
For EVEN more recipe and helpful tip visit our home page and scroll down to the review section where customers can leave a review and explore what bait other people have used. This section is very helpful! Feel free to share with the community what bait you've came up with that also worked!
Hang up to 5ft from the groundMost fly activity occurs up to 5ft from the ground, especially if you live on a farm and keep animals! Instead of hanging the trap from the top of a tree, hang it from a fence or shepherd hook.
Experimentation is key!
If you put a few of our net traps around your property then you'll soon learn how important testing different locations can be. If it's been days and you've only caught a few flies in one of your traps, move it to a new area.
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