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  • We have done a lot of experimenting with shorter space saving double door cage traps, pushing the envelope to the limit.  Though some double door traps for armadillo have been made as long as 48″, we found that double door cage traps as short as 24 inches would accomplish the same goal without issue.  Likewise, […]

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  • Superior Trigger in Comstock Panless Traps All of the panless traps we produce have one common characteristic, simply the most stable, consistent, sensitive trigger system available in cage traps, a big plus for setting, placing,  and firing to take animals large or small without issue. With standard pan type trigger systems or wire triggered traps […]

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  • Luke sent in this picture of a very small mouse in a 5 x 5 x 24 Comstock Swing panel chipmunk/squirrel cage trap, proving that the trigger is incredibly sensitive and the cage mesh is tight.

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  • “When I said nothing gets by the panel trigger I meant it!! Luke” Although not recommended for mice, it can happen in a 5 x 5 x 24 Comstock Swing Panel double door  trap!

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  • “Jim, I’m absolutely loving my new squirrel cages.  The panel trigger gets them every time!  I wasn’t sure about the nose cone at first, but now prefer one over wings. I’ve been hammering the ground squirrels and chipmunks with a positive set over their holes.  They also work great with one door down and use […]

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  • With powered doors and a wire trigger, even larger animals are being taken in the shortest double door traps available.  Though not recommended for raccoons, 18 inch double door traps with a 9×11 opening take raccoons with regularity.  Above is a 15 pound ‘coon in the 18 inch trap taken by Tim in Ohio. Likewise, […]

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  • Beaver Set using Castor Above photo shows the last step in making a beaver castor set with beaver gland lure placed at waters edge for maximum attraction at a castor set for beaver.  (Note: Small area of expanding oily film lying on top of the water.) This photo shows a completed castor set in its […]

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  • The culvert above was plugged wtih a mud dam.  Mud dams are conducive to using The Comstock Beaver Cages, which can be placed in front of the dam with a small trickle of water passing through the trap.  Even a small leak in the dam will attract a beaver.   The traps are set in […]

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  • A New Setup.  Feral Cat Capture in the newest Comstock 10x8x36 panel trigger trap. Had a trapper take a bunch of feral cats in pan traps, but one was too smart for the pan.  He probably had been caught before and would actually sleep inside of the trap. The new Comstock traps have a panel […]

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  • New Line of Double Powered Door, Swing Panel, Panless, Cage Traps in Action Currently the skunk traps are 6x8x30 and 7x7x36, both working as they should.  It is possible that the 7×7 could be made a bit shorter, perhaps the squirrel traps also because when the door drops and hits the animals behind the shoulder […]

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