Comstock Squirrel Transfer Cage, Another Use!

Comstock Squirrel Transfer Cage, Another Use!

“We build ‘em.  You teach us how to use ‘em.” In reference to all the traps that we invented and produced for the past ten years, as it pertains to their usage, though the above quote might seem like a tongue in cheek comment, we really mean it and live by it. ...
 Perspective—Big Bobcats  / Smaller Comstock Cage Traps

 Perspective—Big Bobcats  / Smaller Comstock Cage Traps

It never ceases to amaze us when trappers send us photos of their successes catching large bobcats with relatively small wire triggered Comstock cage traps.  Most trappers, including us, are more comfortable using and recommending taller traps, 18, 21 and 24 inches...

Introducing the -NEW- Comstock “Pop On” Wire Trigger System

Introducing the -NEW- Comstock “Pop On” Wire Trigger System After a couple of years of testing, we are very happy to announce that all new Comstock 9×11 cage traps will come with the easy to use “Pop On” wire trigger system. Because these trigger wires are made...
Marten in a Comstock Cage!

Marten in a Comstock Cage!

Tim shared a nice photo of a Marten caught in a 9×11 size Comstock Cage Trap!  First one we know of to date. We really appreciate when our customers share their great photos.  

King of the Double Door Cage Traps

Double door traps have been the focus and strength at Comstock Custom Cage from day one.  Our first business has always been nuisance wildlife control, so besides being inventors and distributors of a complete line of Comstock double door live cage traps, we use these...
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...