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Josh's Frogs Fly Feast Attractant and Gutload (1.5 oz.)

$8.99

3.3 out of 5 stars

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Quantity Available: 10

About This Product

Josh's Frogs Fly Feast Attractant and Gutload is an all-natural and tasty way to draw fruit flies, house flies, and blue bottle flies in for a meal. They get to eat a tasty treat, and your critter gets a nutritioius meal in return! Fly Feast is also a great gutload for feeder flies.
Fly Feast has a 3:1 calcium to phosphorus ratio.
How to Use: Mix a small amount of dry Fly Feast with water at a 1:1 ratio and stir, then quickly pour into a bottle cap or similar small container. The mixture will set within 10 minutes. Then, place the container in your critter's enclosure, and introduce flies! At 1 teaspoon per serving, there are approximately 20 servings per bag.
Warnings/Caution: May irritate eyes and mucus membranes if exposed to dry powder. Store in a cool, dry place in a sealed container. Do not wet until use.

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Tammy

1.0 out of 5 stars

Won't set up

I mixed it exactly as instructed 1:1 ratio. It is still thin liquid, 16 hours later. I have made 2 batches and the same thing happened with both. There is also alot of white clumps in the dry mix. Why won't it "set up" for me? Am I doing something wrong?

Michael

5.0 out of 5 stars

Works well!

I use this as an additive to my fruit fly cultures and the flies seem to love it!

Jerrod

4.0 out of 5 stars

Gut load

I gutload all my blue bottle flies with this. I add a little sugar to it or honey to bring more flies. It works wonders. The flies I raise stay near the cup. Also i add a couple toothpicks to the caps before it sets for the flies to climb in and out on.

Jey

3.0 out of 5 stars

I haven't figured out...

I haven't figured out how to use this properly.... i tried the instructions.. scoured youtube etc... mine always comes out waaaay too watery and the flies don't touch it...

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