I have personally moved to the "plastic cheese" traps and use them with no bait (other than the supposed, and probably fictional IMHO, "odor in the plastic."
They have a large target area and a trigger of adjustable sensitivity - if it gets stepped on, it gets tripped. I reuse them without undue care (I do leave them out in the weather for a while if they are covered in mouse-blood - if they get a clean kill, I just remove the mouse with a plastic bag or gloves, and re-set it.)
I place them in likely looking spots, and sometimes arrange barriers to guide mouse traffic into them - and I'll use multiples in one location.
Any baited trap will, unfortunately, select for smart, hungry mice.
The last mouse I removed (Sunday night) was in a 2-year old (at least) trap that has caught 6 or more mice in the past 4 months, and is somewhat rusty, with weathered wood (it's had the weather treatment a few times.) The rust does not seem to affect its function, though I'm sure that the spring will break eventually.