Author: Thomas P.
Didn't work for me. We've recently been annoyed by persistent yellow jackets each time we try to eat on our patio. I gave the Victor trap a week to work, with it catching only one moth and no yellow jackets. Frustrated, I tried another, the Rescue brand, which uses a different technique to trap. It also has the option of adding meat to the trap, which I took advantage of. This option isn't possible in the Victor trap, which uses a liquid solution that supposedly attracts and drowns the yellow jackets. In less than a day, the Rescue trap had three yellow jackets trapped. My guess is that the meat did its job of attracting, and I'll keep replacing that to keep it fresh and doing its job. The Victor trap is in the trash and was a waste of money for me.