Goodnature
poison-free baits

Rat bait is crucial to attracting rodents to your trap. Ours is poison-free and designed to remain fresh over 6 months so there's no need to continuously replace it.

Goodnature
poison-free baits

Rat bait is crucial to attracting rodents to your trap. Ours is toxin-free and designed to remain fresh over 6 months so there's no need to continuously replace it.

Goodnature
poison-free baits

Rat bait is crucial to attracting rodents to your trap. Ours is poison-free and designed to remain fresh over 6 months so there's no need to continuously replace it.

Poison-free

Safe Bait!


Our lures are different to the other baits. They're totally toxin-free, there's no-risk of secondary poisoning. Making them the best rat bait to use around pets, wildlife and children.

Long life lure

less rebaiting


We’ve tested our lure in the most extreme environments (i.e. Fiordland where it rains 200 days a year!). It will remain fresh and attractive for 6 months, indoors and outdoors. And it means less rebaiting!

Introducing

Nut Butter lure


Due to popular demand, we're introducing a nut lure to our range. Available in both top-up and pre-feed pouches, the three lure flavours are equally effective. You choose which flavour suits you best!  

Chocolate

For Rats & Mice

Nut Butter

For Rats & Mice

Blood

For Stoats & Rats

The right tools

for the job


Our toxin-free lure is available in three products. Each plays a unique and important role in the trapping process and is designed for no fuss and no mess.

1.
Rodent Detector Card to detect

Use Rodent Detector cards to find your hotspot & give them a taste of the lure before installing your trap.

2.
Lure pouch
to pre-feed

Pre-feed Lure encourages rats toward your trap & away from any competing food sources.

3.
Automatic Lure Pump to catch

The Automatic Lure Pump continuously releases fresh lure to attract rodents inside the trap.

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