Fox Traps

Humane Fox Traps

See below for our range of fox cage traps to suit your pest requirements:

  • £100 +VAT
    RUSTLER LARGE RURAL FOX TRAP

    RUSTLER LARGE RURAL FOX TRAP

    RUSTLER FOX TRAPS are offered as ground entry, walk-in, treadle-operated, drop-door fox traps in two different sizes. We supply a large capacity cage trap for countryside fox control and a slightly smaller model for use in built-up urban areas. The traps are constructed in two inch mesh for extra strength.

    The RUSTLER LARGE RURAL FOX TRAP is 174 cm x 62cm x 62cm. For best results  we recommend that the main proportion of the bait is placed at the end of the trap with a trail of small enticing bait scattered on the ground leading from outside the trap into the trap opening. It may help to disguise the trap with fallen branches if in woodland or plastic bags/sheet/wood if in a farmyard or around poultry houses. The large fox trap is best suited for catching foxes visiting poultry units and should be placed around be sides or back of the buildings. Meat, poultry and offal can be used as bait. Think where you would like to postion your fox trap as the chances of a successful capture are greatly increased if the trap is positioned in a fox run or over a hole in a fence or hedge that the fox has been regularly using. 

  • £90 +VAT
    RUSTLER SMALL URBAN FOX TRAP

    RUSTLER SMALL URBAN FOX TRAP

    The urban fox trap is smaller in size (154cm x 47cm x 47cm) than the rural fox trap. It is a ground entry, walk-in, treadle operated, drop-door trap constructed in two inch mesh for extra strength. The treadle rod to the drop-door is protected its entire lenght by a mesh guard to stop any damage by a captured fox.

    The urban fox trap is well suited to pest control operators working in city environments. Its dimensions allow it to fit neatly into most small vans or covered run-abouts. Urban fox traps can be baited with ofal or canned dog or cat food. They are best placed in backyards or near to dustbins where the fox is often visiting. If a hole in a fence or hedge is an obvious point of entry for the fox, then placing the trap over the hole or in a fox run will increase the chance of capture. Generally the urban fox is not difficult to catch.

    Well known users of the RUSTLER URBAN FOX TRAP include the millenium dome.