Victor Fly Magnet Bait Refill

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Victor Fly Magnet Bait Refill

$6.99

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Product Summary:

The Victor® Fly Magnet™ attracts and traps flies.  The attractant lures them in, they can't escape and they drown.

Victor® fly magnet™ systems are simple to use, safe and effective -- the patented non-poisonous bait is included with each trap, so simply empty it into the trap and add water.  The result creates a scent that flies cannot resist.  The white color and diamond-shaped lid is also designed to attract more flies.  Once trapped, the flies drown in the water-based mixture.  For use with the M382 trap.  VICTOR FLY TRAP MAGNET 1 GAL  Item #: BUA12

This bait is the most effective bait on the market - it out-performs competitive products 20 to 1!  The bait is also sold separately.  For outdoor use.  Safe around children, pets and the environment.
 
  • To be used with the M382 Victor® Fly Magnet® trap.
  • Victor® Fly Magnet® attractant is included in all traps.
  • Empty bait into trap then add water.
  • Attractant lures them in, they can't escape and they drown
  • 3pk - 12gm/pk.
  • Safe around children, pets and the environment.
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MSDS SheetManufacturer Information
Item Number Model Number UPC
BUA13 M383 072868133831

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It is the best.
Gail K on Jul 21, 2018
It works very good on fly problems
jason m on Jul 14, 2015
It is the best.
Gail K on Jul 21, 2018
I'm refilling the Victor Fly Bait Trap I have. Works great.
Laura K on May 16, 2018
It works very good on fly problems
jason m on Jul 14, 2015
beginning of fly season
DEANNA O on Jun 11, 2014
Having used every fly poison, trap, tape etc. I could find Victor Fly traps work the best for me here in Florida. They trap and kill thousands of flies in just days.
M O on May 28, 2014
I'm refilling the Victor Fly Bait Trap I have. Works great.
Laura K on May 16, 2018
beginning of fly season
DEANNA O on Jun 11, 2014
does this work on stable flies and other fly species too?
A shopper on Mar 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes. I've had really good luck (with the 1 gallon traps) with it attracting massive numbers of flies and reducing the overall population significantly. Once the "fly soup" is going the most attractive bait is dead flies (I know - -yuck!). If you can stand the smell you can just empty half of the fly sludge out and add more water. If you get algea of any type you'll have to clean the traps and start over again with the fly bait (this happens most commonly if there aren't enough flies to keep the system going). A really bad infestation can fill the gallon traps 2x a week so full there is no room for any more flies to get into the trap. Keep the trap full of water, and if you see lots of flies but none are going into the trap move the trap (flies are finicky and super sensitive to smells and location -- I've had 2 traps 5 feet apart and they'd mob one, and practically ignore the other. These work best on the ground near moist soil (near a waterer) and in sunlight NEAR trees or other shade. A breeze that wafts the smell downwind to where the flies hang out helps too sometimes. SOMETIMES these work well as hanging traps where the flies circle in the shade, but the mega-volumes of flies have always come from traps on the ground. Starting the trap near the most fly-bothered stall can be a good strategy too .
How long can you use the Victor Fly Magnet Bait Refills? It doesn't tell you on the package.
A shopper on Sep 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I leave my containers up till they are full of flies (which happens often when the flies are heavy), or when the water has evaporated. Then I take them down, pour dead flies and all in a hole, cover them, start again. Be sure and hang some containers up wind so flies can get a whiff and are drawn away. I have 1 in a tree over round bale and some scattered on the upwind side of property. This stuff is great!! Stinks, but the flies love it!!!