"I have used the longer hanging strip style fly glue catchers but I was afraid my horse would get them stuck on his head like a turban. I got this one and can hang it just out of reach and I only pull"... (read full reviews)
"I have a horse who is allergic to flies (!), so I have become a bit obsessed with getting rid of them. I have never seen anything work as well as these ribbons! One length of ribbon traps thousand of"... (read full reviews)
"I put this out in the compost bin area late April filled with distilled water to fill line and the small container of attractant that comes with it. It does smell bad-that's why it works. It makes the"... (read full reviews)
"Stinks like crazy but fills with flies within a few days when used as directed. I have two and I add water every 4-5 days in warm weather, and dump every week or two. This is for a 3/4 acre property"... (read full reviews)
"Great for catching a lot of stable flys. I hang two near my barn within 4 feet of the ground. In several years of using one bird has been caught in them. No problem to me as we have plenty of birds."... (read full reviews)
"Easy to use; just add water to the fill line, add the tube of (smelly) attractant, and hang it up.
It caught hundreds of flies in just a few weeks.
Will use them in the future."... (read full reviews)
"Flies were the worst this year and these did not seem to help much. The best thing I can say is they didn't stink as bad as the fly bags or jars. Although I applied the attractant as intructed , I saw"... (read full reviews)
"I put the Terminator out several days ago and it already has a dozen flies or so in it. I put some "bag" traps out more recently and have yet to see any flies in them.
So far so good with the"... (read full reviews)