WAYS TO HELP CATCH AND  CONTROL SNAKES

HOW TO CONTROL AND CATCH SNAKES

There is no guaranteed way to catch a snake, however, using a professional trapper is the best way. The Cahaba Snake Trap gives you, the home owner, the best trap on the market to control snakes. It can be used in many different locations inside the home, outside the home, all weather conditions, 24 hours a day. Cahaba Snake Trap also helps control lizards, rodents, insects, spiders and other insects (Brown Recluse Spiders.) The Cahaba Snake Trap is very easy to use. Remove release cover from catch insert . Place insert mid way into catch container. Now you are ready to place Cahaba Snake Trap where it is needed
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For best results in using the Cahaba Snake Trap:

Place the Trap where snakes have been sighted to control snakes.
 

1.  Place the snakeTrap where snake dens have been sighted.

2.  Place the snake Trap where it is cool and damp.

3.  Place the Trap where snakes may be hiding    (flowerbeds, walkways, walls, etc.)


Rember snakes move more during the late part of the day and night.

The Cahaba Snake Trap does not attract snakes to a location.

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SNAKES ONLY HAVE TWO PRIMARY THOUGHTS:
 

1. FIND SOMETHING TO EAT.

2. A PLACE TO HIDE

CAHABA SNAKE TRAP GIVES A SNAKE BOTH OF THESE SECURITIES.

TO THE SNAKE - THE TRAP RESEMBLES A PLACE TO HIDE, AND A PLACE TO WAIT FOR FOOD. WHEN THE SNAKE ENTERS THE TRAP, IT IS CAUGHT IN THE "CATCH INSERT".

THE CATCH CAN BE HUMANELY RELEASED WITH VEGETABLE OR MINERAL OIL. USE CAUTION WHEN RELEASING CRITTERS AND ALWAYS WEAR PROTECTION TO GUARD AGAINST BITES OR CRATCHES


Snake control can discourage snakes from staying in an area, by cutting off their food supply and cover. Mow closely around homes and outbuildings, and store firewood and lumber away from residences. Reduce mulch layers around shrubs to discourage small animals. Close cracks and crevices in buildings and around pipes and utility connections with 1/4- inch mesh hard- ware cloth or foam sealent. All doors and windows should have tightly fitting screens. Seal around all foundation vents pluming lines in craw space, basements and attic vents, some snakes can climb. If you have signs of snakes in the attic, trim tree limbs and seal attic vents with meash hard-ware cloth. Fill old stump holes with gravel and cover with dirt. Seal cracks in walls with cement and cover drain pipe with 1/4-inch hardware cloth. Fill chipmunk holes along cement walks and drive way with gravel and cover with dirt. Use the Cahaba Snake Trap outside in areas where snakes have been sighted in flowerbeds, along walk ways, walls, patios utility building and any other place you may need it.

Snake Control for small areas where children might play can be protected from all poisonous and most harmless snakes with a snake- proof fence. However, the cost of the fence may make it impractical to protect a whole yard. The fence is made of 1/4- inch mesh wire screening built up 30 inches and buried 6 inches underground. It should slant outward at a 30 degree angle from bottom to top. The supporting stakes must be inside the fence and any gates must fit tightly. Tall vegetation just outside the fence should be removed.

Repellents such as sulfur or mothballs may help, however have proven generally ineffective at keeping snakes away from residences. Snakes can be easily moved. Small snakes may be swept into a box or bag and removed. A large snake can usually be carried outside, suspended over a stick or garden rake.

If a snake enters a residence, it may be difficult to find. You can use the Cahaba Snake trap inside, place along walls or area where the snake may be. Since snakes seem to like moisture, they can be coaxed to one area by placing wads of damp cloth on top of the Cahaba Snake trap, covered with dry ones at different places along a wall. The piles must be large enough to allow a snake to crawl under them into the Cahaba Snake Trap. Check the Cahaba Snake Trap and piles of cloth each day and remove the snakes found there. Lethal Measures

Use a long- handled shovel or hoe to kill a snake by severing the head from the body. Caution: Do not handle the head of a poisonous snake alive or dead. Recently killed snakes may bite by reflex action. Poisonous snakes should be killed only if their presence endangers humans or petsHumane Release:

Critters can be humanely release from Cahaba Snake Trap by use of mineral or vegetable oil. Use caution when releasing snakes and always wear protective guard against bites.

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Snake control can discourage snakes from staying in an area by cutting off their food supply and cover. Mow closely around homes and outbuildings, and store firewood and lumber away from residences. Reduce mulch layers around shrubs to discourage small animals. Close cracks and crevices in buildings and around pipes and utility connections with 1/4- inch mesh hard- ware cloth or foam sealent. All doors and windows should have tightly fitting screens. Seal around all foundation vents pluming lines in craw space, basements and attic vents, some snakes can climb. If you have signs of snakes in the attic, trim tree limbs and seal attic vents with meash hard-ware cloth. Fill old stump holes with gravel and cover with dirt. Seal cracks in walls with cement and cover drain pipe with 1/4-inch hardware cloth. Fill chipmunk holes along cement walks and drive way with gravel and cover with dirt. Use the Cahaba Snake Trap outside in areas where snakes have been sighted in flowerbeds, along walk ways, walls, patios utility building and any other place you may need it.

Snake Control for small areas where children might play can be protected from all poisonous and most harmless snakes with a snake- proof fence. However, the cost of the fence may make it impractical to protect a whole yard. The fence is made of 1/4- inch mesh wire screening built up 30 inches and buried 6 inches underground. It should slant outward at a 30 degree angle from bottom to top. The supporting stakes must be inside the fence and any gates must fit tightly. Tall vegetation just outside the fence should be removed.

Repellents such as sulfur or mothballs may help, however have proven generally ineffective at keeping snakes away from residences. Snakes can be easily moved. Small snakes may be swept into a box or bag and removed. A large snake can usually be carried outside, suspended over a stick or garden rake.

If a snake enters a residence, it may be difficult to find. You can use the Cahaba Snake trap inside placed along walls or area where the snake may be. Since snakes seem to like moisture, they can be coaxed to one area by placing wads of damp cloth on top of the Cahaba Snake trap, covered with dry ones at different places along a wall. The piles must be large enough to allow a snake to crawl under them into the Cahaba Snake Trap. Check the Cahaba Snake Trap and piles of cloth each day and remove the snakes found there.

Lethal Measures

Use a long- handled shovel or hoe to kill a snake by severing the head from the body. Caution: Do not handle the head of a poisonous snake alive or dead. Recently killed snakes may bite by reflex action. Poisonous snakes should be killed only if their presence endangers humans or pets

Humane Release:

Critters can be humanely release from Cahaba Snake Trap by use of mineral or vegetable oil. Use caution when releasing snakes and always wear protective guard against bites.