A little on Stacking Comstock Swim Through Beaver Traps

A little on Stacking Comstock Swim Through Beaver Traps

What I have found to be very effective in beaver trapping with Comstock Cage Traps is basically covering an entire opening, no wiggle room.  To begin with, when using castor lure to attract a beaver I try to find a location that either is narrow or can be narrowed to...
A cage for just about anything!

A cage for just about anything!

Many thanks to Dave Kulla from Washington for sharing some great photos.  He was one of the first to use the Comstock Beaver Traps when they came out in 2010, using Comstock Swim Through Beaver Cage Traps with great success.  He actually had a personal best beaver...
Quick reminder for the 12x18x39 Beaver Cage Trap

Quick reminder for the 12x18x39 Beaver Cage Trap

Just a reminder, due to powder coating on the large 12x18x39 Beaver Cage trap, the contact point between the U-Bar on the trigger and the post on the swing bar may offer some resistance.  A little dab of grease, chap stick or the like will allow the trigger fire...
1000 Beaver Milestone!

1000 Beaver Milestone!

I’m not sure if I am the first to catch one thousand beaver in these cages, but maybe.  There was never a goal to catch a thousand beaver in our Comstock swim through beaver cage traps in the first place or any specific number for that matter.  One thousand just...
Streamline Woodchuck Trapping

Streamline Woodchuck Trapping

               We love baitless woodchuck trapping with our compact 18 and 24 inch long Comstock double door cage traps, especially when combined with sheet metal nose cones at dens. It’s not uncommon to make these positive sets and get a call a few hours later,...
Another Raccoon “Comstocked”

Another Raccoon “Comstocked”

This is what happens when you drop a Comstock Chimney Trap down a chimney. You catch a raccoon. This was the first try, first night after purchasing the C59Chim trap for a new Animal Damage Control Operator, ADC. Rather than this being the exception , first night...
Making Comstock Beaver Cage Carrying a Little Easier

Making Comstock Beaver Cage Carrying a Little Easier

Jesse from Washington shared this photo of a carrying strap she made to carry the Comstock 12x18x39 swim through beaver cage trap on her back.  It’s a lot easier when you have your hands free when hiking.  We also have made bungie cord carrying straps with all...
Additional Uses For the Comstock Chimney Adapter

Additional Uses For the Comstock Chimney Adapter

First designed to clip onto a 9×11 Comstock Cage Trap, the Chimney Adapter fits securely onto a  Comstock Cage Trap extending down into the chimney 18 inches.  If a double door trap is used there is a chance of catching a raccoon entering the chimney as well as...
Skunks Don’t Stink, No Spray

Skunks Don’t Stink, No Spray

Quite understandably, we have been asked any number of times whether or not skunks spray in the Comstock Wire Trigger/ Powered Door Cage Traps.  No is the short answer.   Since the powered doors close quickly, with some authority, having about 11 pounds of pressure,...
Skunks Galore!!

Skunks Galore!!

It’s that time of  year again, skunk breeding season.  Seems a bit early, but I guess pretty close to normal.  From mid February until early March around here they show up under houses, sheds etc.  The location pictured is one where they seem to be able to get...