Rescue Fly Trap

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Product Summary:

Rescue® Fly Trap
The Rescue® Fly Trap is priced like a disposable, but is actually REUSABLE for an entire season! This attractive and discreet trap is ideal for outdoor areas where you need a fly trap but don't want it to stand out. No pesticides, just add water. The Rescue® Fly Trap catches hundreds of species of common nuisance or filth flies. It is baited for the most prevalent species including house flies, false stable flies, blow flies, blue and green bottle flies, flesh flies, face flies and many others. The Rescue® Fly Trap comes with a water-soluble pouch of powder attractant. When the jar is filled with warm water and the trap is placed outside, the attractant dissolves and activates quickly. Once lured inside, the flies drown in the water added to the trap. Comes with one attractant packet. Refill attractant, sold separately in packages containing 1 pouch each, allows this trap to be reused again and again.


  • Fast-acting attractant
  • Just add water
  • Simple and economical to reuse
  • Durable plastic container holds up in sunlight for seasons of use
  • Made in the U.S.A.

Item Specifications:

Directions for use:
The RESCUE!® Reusable Fly Trap can be used whenever hot, humid conditions or the presence of animals or garbage causes an outdoor fly problem. Suited for a small household area with a moderate concentration of flies.

Tear open pouch at tabs and drop inner packet into trap. Add water to fill line. Replace top securely. Hang or place trap outside near a fly source. Wash hands with soap and water. Empty trap and replace attractant when trap dries out or becomes full, or after 30 days – whichever comes first.

Keep out of reach of children and pets.

For Product Label and MSDS Sheet, please click on Manufacturers Information to the right.

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Product Reviews by Customers

Rated 4 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works Great! Smells Bad! I have used Rescue! Fly Attractment in Milk Jugg traps for 10 years. It takes 2 pouches and 1/2 gal of warm water. This is the best bait I have ever used! The more flys you catch the more it stinks and the more flys you catch. I found if the traps are not catching flys you need to move the location. I hang the traps on fence posts with bailing twine 3 to 4 foot off the ground and change them out 3 to 4 times during fly season. This bait is getting harder to find and the price is always going up but it is worth it as I dont have a fly problem. March 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Product!!! If you want to trap flies, look no further! I had a major fly problem in my house and yard, since I live in a rural area. Everyday in the spring and summer my windows would be covered in flies. Flies flew through my house and irritated myself and everyone in my house! I have one RESCUE FLY TRAP on my front porch and one on my back and I barely ever see any flies in my house! I'm amazed, the only flies I see are around the trap or dead inside. It's a reusable trap too, which is a great because there is less waste! July 8, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not at all happy I purchased 4 Rescue Fly Trap with refills, poste through out the barn approx. 1.5 month ago. I finally got so frustrated with the flies, my friend and I decided to use the bag fly traps. Once removed I can assure you Rescue container had less than 7 flies inside. This is truly a waste of my money as well as being stuck with all the refills. Please do not purchase this product. May 26, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by the best its the best one you could use ever since we got there havent been any flys October 26, 2009
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hope it will help with flys
DIANE M on Sep 12, 2015
This product works better than anything I have ever tried and is convient to use.
LINDA E on May 16, 2014
loads of flies on my farm
Lizza C I on Jun 17, 2014
works great
Carol L on May 3, 2014
How effective is this in a horse barn and paddock?
A shopper on Sep 1, 2013
Best Answer: Good evening, Shopper -
These type of fly traps are especially effective when utilized in supplementing a routine fly predator wasp fly management program. As an alternative to purchasing liquid fly attractant, place a piece of liver in the bottom of the jar. Fill it up, about one-third, with water. Add water periodically, due to evaporation over time. When the trap-bottle is as full as you can stand it, pour the contents down a squirrel hole and cover it over. Replace the liver and water to begin again. It is best to use rubber gloves when changing out the old with the new. It is science in action, as is proven by an unpleasant, but not far-reaching, odor. Place the jars where horses cannot reach them in the barn and paddock areas. It is good to rotate the jar's locations until determining the best height and place where most flies will be captured. All the best to you and your fly management program!
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