I hate stink bugs! It's those super sticky feet that get me. I hate the way you can catch one in cup or jar etc, open the window and give it a shake and then when you close the window and go to put the cup/jar down, you notice the stink bug is.
Traps for fighting the inevitable stink bug invasion
A Stink Bug Trap that Really Works – Place a light above a pan with soapy water and leave the light on all night. The stink bugs are attracted to the light. Once they get in the water, they quickly drown. (Liquid dish soap) [wonder if it'd actually work]
Amazing for Camping--just hang it from a tree. DIY: ORGANIC FLY TRAP Supplies: A two-liter soda bottle (used) Sharp knife A wire hanger Match, lighter, or stove gas flame Electric tape Bait (like a small piece of meat or dog poo mixed with water!
Most bed bug traps and tests can cost $50 or more, but this DIY trap is so simple and cheap that the researchers that came up with it want people to try it themselves. Ideally, it'll catch the earliest stages of an infestation, when the critters are easiest to eradicate. All you need is sugar, water, and yeast.