Goodnature A18 Squirrel Trap

The trap is approved in England to catch grey squirrels and rats.

The new Spring Traps Approval (England) Order 2018 can be viewed by clicking here.

The new STAO comes in to force 1st January 2019 so we will be unable to ship any of the new traps until we return from Christmas break on the 2nd January 2019.

The trap is approved in England for the Grey Squirrel and (just like any other spring trap) must not be used where Red Squirrels are present and must be used according to the conditions of the Spring Trap Approval Order.

Similar orders are due to be made by the Devolved Administrations between now and 31 March 2019.

Key Features:

  • Patented self-resetting technology
  • Easy to install and maintain
  • Contains no toxins
  • Targeted and humane
  • Multi-award winning design
  • New Zealand designed and made

We are now taking pre-orders for the Goodnature A18 Squirrel Trap!

What will you get inside the box?

  • Goodnature A18 trap x 1
  • 250g lure pouch (hazelnut base) x 1
  • lure basket x1 
  • co2 canisters x 2
  • digital counter x 1

Price: £133.33 + VAT

Please follow this link to ORDER

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Update 26/11/18:

The Goodnature A18 Squirrel Traps have arrived… 

And we can’t wait to be able to send them out to you!!

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Update 8/12/18

We are shipping the A18 Goodnature Traps from Monday 10th December!

To give you some time to read the instructions, to become familiar with the trap and to choose locations to site the trap we will begin shipping from 10th December.

However the trap will not be legal for use in England until 1st January 2019. There are no dates yet for legal use in Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland. 

It is a great time to start pre-feeding your trapping sites!

3 Responses to “Goodnature A18 Squirrel Trap”

  1. Angus Graham

    From very recent experience I can report that the favoured diet of grey squirrels is horse chestnuts (conkers). They are even preferred to peanuts.

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  2. Mark warn

    Have you any information on the lures/baits being used and how effective they are, any info on uk trials would be useful? Many thanks

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    • Collins Nets

      Hello
      Thank you for the enquiry.
      The lure that will be used is a dedicated Hazelnut lure that has been used successfully in non-lethal trials in Buckinghamshire.
      The next phase of trials will be held in August with the ESI and another conservation group.
      Best Regards,
      Dawn

      Reply

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