Victor® Fly Magnet™ Replacement Bait
This patented non-poisonous bait is the most effective bait on the market — it out-performs competitive products 20 to 1! Simply empty the bait into the Victor® Fly Magnet™ trap and add water. The result creates a scent that flies cannot resist. Once trapped, the flies drown in the water-based mixture. For outdoor use with the M382 Victor® Fly Magnet™ trap.
Directions for Use:
- Empty contents into M382 Victor® Fly Magnet™ trap.
- Add warm water until 1/4 full.
- Swirl to mix.
- Place fly trap 18 inches or less from the ground. (Flies search low.)
- Place fly trap in sunny area. (Flies like heat, light, low wind.)
- As trap fills, add water to keep flies submerged.
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Victor® Fly Magnet™ Replacement Bait - Specifications
- Empty bait into trap then add water
- Attractant lures them in, they can't escape and they drown
What's in the Box:
- (1) 3 pack
- 3 pack - 12gm/pack
- To be used with the M382 Victor® Fly Magnet® trap
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fly Magnet is about the best product I know of for safely getting rid of black flies. Have given it to my daughter to use around her horses too.
Review RateBest Fly Bait Ever!
We have been using Victor Fly Magnet Bait for years and it is by far the best fly bait we have ever used. Would recommend it to everyone!
Review Ratethese traps WORK!!
this works. my three traps fill with flies in the summer. these traps reduce our fly population like they're supposed to. I wonder if the attractant is bringing flies to our yard. There is a spot I locate the traps to keep the deck fly-free. It is in the sun. Close enough to clear the area of flies but not so close that the attracting smell bothers us. Sometimes it takes some tweaking when there's a breeze. But it's worth it.
Review RateEnjoying my yard again.
I have been using this bait in my fly traps for years and love it. We live near a park and wetlands and the flies were terrible. Now with 3 fly traps hanging around the perimeter of my yard we enjoy our summer days. They fill quite rapidly.
Review RateExceptional BaitI have been designing insect traps for much of my life, and this is excellent bait, as is the trap design Victor suggests for use with the bait. I use these traps in areas where there is lots of competition for fly attention (odors, colors, etc.) and the traps still consistently bring in the flies. If you want even more fly removal, then put fly paper up around the bucket trap with bait and you'll have lots of stuck flies.
Review RateGet rid of flies!We have 8 acres of land and 2 horses. We have about 8 glass jars with the fly bait on the fence posts around the farm. Yes, it does smell when you get within 8', however we have to empty the jars each month because so many flies are attracted to the odor. We consequently have less flies around the house and barn, and the horses aren't as tormented with bites!
Review RateFantastic stuffThis is the best stuff I have ever bought for fly control.We have three fly bate bottles and can hardly keep up with them. They fill up so fast. Two around the chicken coop and one in the back yard. Have to empty every 5-7 days.
Review RateWorks GreatWe were unable to sit outside on our deck because of the number of flies. The Victor Magnet works great and it is easy to use. I would definitely recommend giving it a try. We tried other brands, but this one works the best.
Review RateA real magnetWorks great. Where you have a fly problem this will clear it up. It does attract those pests like a magnet and catches hundreds.
Review RateGreat attractantVery alluring! Worked just as well as the original bates with the traps I bought.
- All About
All About Flies Victor® Fly Magnet® Trap Replacement Bait Controls
Houseflies (black, non-glossy body) and blowflies (metallic blue/green/gold body) are the most common types found around homes -- both are categorized as "filth flies". Houseflies are attracted more toward animal manure and decayed food, while the blowfly is attracted more to decayed meat (road kill) or fish.
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