Best Used For:ArmadillosCatsMuskratsOpossumsRaccoons
Trapping Has Never Been Easier
Trapping has never been easier than with Havahart® Easy Set® traps. Patented technology allows you to set your two trap doors open with just one hand and in one quick motion. Easy Set® also allows you to let critters go without ever having to touch the doors. Plus, updated sturdy hardware provides additional comfort, security, and durability.
Set and Release with One Hand
Set this humane trap in 1 simple step: Pull on the Easy Set® lever to open the doors, and the trap’s ready for a catch. Or, set the trap as a 1-door trap by releasing the cable from the offset loop and pulling the lever to the open position. Then, you can use the lever to release the animal while standing away from the trap opening and clear of the exit path.
Safe, Rolled Metal Edges Protect the Animal
Just like the Havahart® traps you’ve relied on for years, this trap is constructed of one-piece wire mesh, galvanized for resistance to rust and corrosion. And edges are polished smooth to protect the animal from injuring itself during transport.
A Two-Door Trap is Effective and Versatile
A two-door animal trap allows you to create a clear path from one end of the trap to the other by setting it with both ends open. Place this two-door trap against a wall or along an animal’s path in order to capture it as it travels from either direction. In order to access the bait and get to the other end, the animal must step on the trigger plate, resulting in a catch.TRADITIONAL EASY-SET®Model #10791045DIMENSIONSTrap Length32 in36 in32 in32 in32 in36 inDESIGN & CONSTRUCTION# of DoorsSet as 1 or 2-Door TrapCollapsibleEasy Set® 1-Step Set & ReleaseEnlarged Handle
GuardGalvanized SteelManufacturer's Warranty11 Year21 Year11 Year11 Year11 Year21 Year1-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
Havahart® stands behind the quality of its traps with a 1-year manufacturer's warranty. Learn more here »
Made in the USA
Havahart® traps have been proudly manufactured in the US for over 70 years.
Model # 1064 Dimensions 36.63” x 12.63” x 14.63” Weight 14.28 lb Material Galvanized Steel; One-Piece 12-Gauge Wire Mesh; Plastic Carrying Handle Door Type 2 Spring-Loaded Doors Setting Mechanism 1-Step Easy Set® Lever Animals Armadillos, Cats, Groundhogs, Muskrats, Nutria, Opossums, and Raccoons
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review Rateraccoon escaped the trap
I have owned this trap for several years and have caught porcupines and raccoons. Last night I caught a raccoon and went out to inspect the catch. He was trapped like my other catches. Everything in place as it should be. I went in the house to eat breakfast before I transported him and released him. Imagine my surprise when I found him outside the cage. He saw me and ran off. The trap was as it should be when you catch a critter. The ends were secured. I am puzzled as to how he go out. I'll still give the trap 5 stars.
Review RateGreat trap
Very easy to use!
Review RateSkunk finally caught
Finally got the big skunk that has evaded the smaller trap.
Review RateTwo door trap method
I regularly trap raccoons and woodchucks. I have found it works best with the one door closed AND LOCKED forcing the animal to walk through the trap to get to the bait placed just beneath the locked door. This forces him to fully enter the trap such that his complete body is INSIDE the trap and he cannot back out before the door closes and locks. Great product!
Review RateTrap works well but needs a more robust trigger platform
The trap arrived in perfect shape and on time. I bought the trap for a raccoon. Due to the presence of several neighborhood cats, I had to experiment a little with baits. I caught several cats and released them unharmed but thoroughly miffed at the experience. Switched to marshmallows and quickly caught the raccoon. He was in the trap for overnight and succeeded in digging a trench about 4 inches wide and 3 inches deep on both sides of the trap. I successfully transported and released him (legal in Louisiana). The trigger platform was bent and deformed by the raccoon and I had to reshape it before it could be reset.
bought two to remedy a rabbit problem in my yard. The squirrels love this because the trap set is so stiff, that the squirrels can't set it off when the get the lettuce I leave for the rabbits. Taking them back to the store.Response From Havahart®Jennifer : Consumer Relations Representative
We apologize for this experience. To increase the sensitivity of the trap, we recommend adding something small to the trigger plate such as a pebble or washer. Also, tying the bait from the roof of the trap works well to ensure the rabbit has to maneuver on the trigger plate, increasing the chances of a catch.
Our Consumer Relations Team is happy to provide additional assistance. Please feel free to contact us at 1-855-5-HAVAHART (1-855-542-8242).
Review RateGreat Product easy to use
This trap was easy to set and it worked without injuring the animal inside. Thank you so much Havahart now our pesky muskrat has a new home in the woods where it can't bother anyone.
Review RateTrap wont set.
My neighbor bought one of the model 1064 and became upset with it because when you bring the handle over to set the trap it will not stay set, as a results of his problem he gave it to me and told me to fix it for him or throw it in the dumpster. I am sure there is a adjustment to the trigger assembly that can be adjusted and make it work, I would appreciate some information on the trap that could make it work. I have a good pecan crop and the coons really like them, we have caught 14 squirrels with your smaller trap.Thanks L-RoyResponse From Havahart®Patty : Consumer Relations Representative
Thank you for providing this feedback. We apologize for the experience and will be happy to help.
To make sure the tension is setting properly, swiftly and firmly move the handle to the set position. Our Consumer Relations Team will be glad to provide additional assistance. We can be reached at 1-855-5-HAVAHART (1-855-542-8242).
Review RateWhat works for me.
I have a Model#1078 and Model#1084 I have caught three squirrels in two years with the Model# 1084 I have caught over eighty squirrels with the Model 1078. I tried peanut butter and failed miserably. I use a jar lid filled with sunflower seeds and place it behind the floor pan/trigger mechanism forcing the squirrel to cross over the floor pan to get to the sunflower seeds. It works. Be sure to place the lid about one and one half inches behind the floor pan/trigger mechanism. The trigger mechanism out of the box is insufficient. Take a fine file or I use steel wool and polish the bar on the trap door and the whole trap door itself, the hook also. I do this frequently because they will corrode and become less effective. I do this on all moving mechanisms. Setting the trap door is a very delicate process. Do not push the bar all the way forward. Set it in just a way as to cause it to trigger easily. Also I placed a cardboard bottom at the entrance almost to the trigger mechanism and place a trail of sunflower seeds toward the trigger mechanism. Frequent use of silicone spray on all moving parts works well and the odor has no effect on the squirrel. The Model #1078 is by far, with manipulation, better than any other trap for squirrels. When it rains take the trap inside.
Review RatePositively a life and stress saver for me and my garden!!
I've owned a large 2-door Havahart trap for about 7-8 years and can't tell you the number of woodchuck, possum, skunk, an occasional squirrel (I let them go right away in my yard) and one bunny (did the same thing with her. I chased after the same woodchuck for THREE YEARS - I know it was the same one because it lived in a shed 15 feet away from a 20x50' vegetable garden and grew to be almost the size of my large Cocker Spaniel! It destroyed tomatoes and anything it could get it's mouth on until I finally, FINALLY, got it once I bought the large trap. I had been borrowing a neighbor's small Havahart, was baiting it, setting it, and would find the bait gone and the trap sprung. I did this so many times until someone told me that the woodchuck was so big it was just backing out of the smaller trap - it was too large for the doors to lock. It was then I bought my own large trap and got that woodchuck right away! Since then the amount of "garden feeders" I've caught is unbelievable - it's like Wild Kingdom back here and yet there are no woods anymore due to the building of a Lowe's store. However I seem to have bent one side of the trap and that side no longer will lock. I did call Havahart and spoke with a wonderful girl who said I'd have to replace the trap or tie that end shut and use it as a one-door trap, which is what I've been doing. It's my fault I've bent that side of the trap so it doesn't work properly and if I decide to purchase again I most certainly will get another Havahart - mine has been a life-saver and also a good means to lower my stress levels because of these varmints! This year I've caught SIX teenage woodchuck so far - once there were two in the trap at the same time and I can't understand how they did that. Did they hold hands going in the trap?? I need to get the parents and do this hopefully before my tomatoes ripen. These babies have already cleaned out a squash patch twice and that's grounds for WW3!! I'll get them and set the trap every day - even without bait I catch something!! It is a WONDERFUL PRODUCT and I highly recommend any of Havahart's traps!