Voles, Meet the Black Hole Trap.


Sick of having your lawn and garden looking like this?

Try the Black Hole Trap. It actually works. Simply find a fresh mound of dirt that they have kindly made in the middle of you garden, lawn or field. Remove the dirt to find the tunnel and place the Black Hole Trap inside. No baiting needed (But it doesn’t hurt to add some tasty carrots or peanut butter).  Just bury it so no light enters in, leaving the tunnel unblocked so they feel the breeze flowing through.

The vole or gopher will come searching to try to seal up wherever the breeze is coming from and Voila! No more mounds of dirt or tunnels to trip in.

A few extra tips for using the Black hole traps.

Make sure it’s an active tunnel. So if there’s one area that no matter how many times you fill in those holes and tunnels they just keep coming back that might be your best place to set up your trap.

– Throw a little loose soil inside the trap so they don’t see the plastic floor.

Early morning and evening are the best times to set the traps. And If you don’t see any movement in a few hours try moving it to another spot.

So come on in and pick up your Black Hole Trap  today!

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About Briteland

Briteland is your local everything store. We started business in 1984 in Vernon, and because of our friendly staff, product knowledge and versatility we are still going strong 26 years later. We stock products from irrigation, to farm and agriculture supply, feed, home and garden, snow solutions and more.
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