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The Tomcat Mole Killer(a) is scientifically designed and tested to mimic a mole’s* natural food source. Moles* may consume a lethal dose in a single feeding, but it may take 2 or more days from the time of bait consumption for moles to die. *Not for use against the star-nosed mole in NC. Not for sale in HI or NY.
I know it was overkill (pun intended) but sometimes more is better than less
Forget those mechanical traps, these fake worms do the job. I cut each in half to make 20 units. It was satisfying to feel the point of a stick go through the grass and into the hollow chamber. I used all of the fake worms…I know it was overkill (pun intended) but sometimes more is better than less. I marked each location with a small rock and avoided cutting the grass until the experiment was over. One thing I did that I have not seen discussed anywhere is I watered the lawn the same night I set the project in motion. My thought was since the moles are going after worms, and worms always show up in moist soil, this would make a perfect storm of kill conditions. Then, I waited 3 full days before visiting the area. Of course, there is no easy way to tell if you’ve been successful…but it appeared that no new tunnels were added. So, I flattened all the existing tunnels and waited overnight to see if they were puffed up again. NONE! problem solved.
How I Used Tomcat Mole Killer
I recently purchased Tomcat Mole Killer to control Moles in my lawn. I used my own method to determine if the product actually works.
Surprised that it actually works!
I’ve been trying to revive the lawn on a home we recently purchased. I’ve been doing pretty well – we have a lot of earthworms in our yard – which is a good thing.
You can use all of the other contraptions but unless you take them out they will keep coming back and ruin your yard or worse, garden
This product works very well and is very direct with dealing with moles. You can use all of the other contraptions but unless you take them out they will keep coming back and ruin your yard or worse, garden. Put these in and mark the holes you bait with a flag so you can check. First day I checked and all the worms were taken. Within a week I saw no new mole paths. A few months in I found more and just repeat every once in a while. The grubex doesn’t work, you need to go after the source of the problem. If they don’t eat the grubs they will eat the earthworms, which if you care about your lawn is full of them. I hate to kill animals but these little guys do a real job on your lawn.
Worked for me…
Worked for me…Took less than 24 hours after planting the worms, before I found a dead mole on my lawn. Followed the procedure on the box. My yard is a total mine field of mole tunnels. So I poked holes in various places, made sure the hole went clear down to the mole tunnel and opened it up a little with a small stick. So if a mole was wandering by it would see sunlight. I marked each hole I made with a small pile of sticks, so I could find the holes I made again. Waited 24 hours, inspected all holes I made, and any holes that were “repaired”, I gently re-opened the hole and slid a whole worm down into the tunnel. Came back less than 24 hours later, and found my first dead mole. One of them must of worked its way to the surface. Also, seemed to be a lot less “new” activity in my yard. I still went ahead and created more holes to see if there are any more repairs being made, so I can place more worms. I also wore nitrile the whole time as well.
Mole in grass eliminator…. game over
Cut worms in half like others on reviews, 2.5 acres of moles…. No moles now… Very easy, they are like rubber gummy bear worms… Just put a half worm in a new trail and cover lightly, shazzam, they are gone…. game over… We have chickens roaming the barn yard, they were not affected by the worms and they eat worms. Our barn Cats also were not affected by the worms, we buried the worms in the trails about 2-3 ” deep and lightly covered the hole we made so no light gets in. We couldn’t be happier with this product.
Worked in one to two days!
I had a huge problem in my new rental with moles in my front and back yard. I tried the sonic sticks in the ground and it actually made it worse. So, once I used the worm bait, I was in desperate need to have the moles goned fast. The mole bait worked so quick, it was amazing! I got rid of the moles in just a day or two! I will definitely keep some in stock in case my neighbors moles decide to switch yards! And a lot cheaper than the non working sonic spikes.
Surprised it worked.
Based on the reviews I didn’t think this was going to work but I had tried every thing else including the more expensive Talprid stuff. To my surprise this worked perfectly. After 2 applications no more mole mounds or tunnels. I didn’t follow the directions by putting this into a hole made in one of the tunnels. I had tried this with the Talprid a few years ago. Instead I found a the hole next to each mound and placed 1/2 of a worm wearing rubber gloves into the hole. After all the mounds were gone, raked them flat after 4 days. I ordered another box figuring some moles would still be around. Its been over 2 1/2 weeks and I have not seen one mound or signs of tunnels.
Tried 2 kinds of traps, juicy fruit, noise …
Tried 2 kinds of traps, juicy fruit, noise repellants, poison seeds, grub killer, mole repellant spray, sitting in a chair and stabbing the tunnel as it rose, everything. Nothing worked until a co worker told me to get this product. Gone in a week.
Worked well and really fast
We had a mole digging in my subdivision. The mole had already dug through three yards and was entering mine. I purchased this product and inserted six “worms.” Within the first day, the mole had only dug another three feet and then stopped digging for good. Worked fast and stopped the problem. A local company was going to charge $399 to get rid of the mole but this worked.