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J.F. Oakes Announces Availability of Advantage Yellow Jacket Traps

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The re-usable traps feature disposable liners.

| June 6, 2011

YAZOO CITY, Miss. —The Advantage Yellow Jacket Traps are cost effective by offering a trap that is both permanent and disposable.  Advantage Yellow Jacket Traps offer the economical benefits of a re-useable trap with the cleanliness and easy to use disposable liners.

Advantage Yellow Jacket Traps are easy to use.  Simply mix water with the new and improved Yellow Jacket lure right in the disposable liner.  Advantage Yellow Jacket Traps are created with a unique chimney effect allowing the traps to disperse attractant over a large area.  Top and bottom entry holes pull air in and attractants are dispersed out 30 feet or more in all directions.  Advantage Yellow Jacket Traps do not require electricity.  Once inside the trap, yellow jackets cannot get out.

For more information visit www.jfoakes.com.
 

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