|Fig.1 Tomcat® Mole Trap|
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Tomcat Mole Trap®
Kenneth tried everything to get his front yard mole free. He hired my company to rid them and we tried non-poisonous bait to rid them from the front yard. It did not work. Then Kenneth tried the Mole Chaser purchased at Harbor Freight; it did not work. Then he purchased a Windmill Mole Chaser, it was difficult to install and had missing pieces, but it would not have worked either. Finally Kenneth purchased the Tomcat Mole Trap® and that worked. So this post tells a success story.
This post shows the eleven steps on how to set up the Tomcat Mole Trap, and afterwards remove the trapped mole from the front yard.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the Tomcat Mole Trap®. This is the best product I have ever used. We've tried many types of traps and nothing ever worked to remove the moles from their front yard. To get more information about the Tomcat Mole Trap® please click on the link above.
Step 2: Fig.2 shows the Tomcat Mole Trap® is in the up position. When the Tomcat Mole Trap® is in the up position, the jaws are closed. This is the position that lets you know the trap has been set off.
|Fig.2 Trap in Up position|
|Fig.3 Back of Tomcat|
|Fig.4 D-handle spade|
|Fig.5 mole hole dug with spade|
|Fig.6 Setting the trap|
|Fig.7 Trap locked|
|Fig.8 Caught on the grass|
|Fig.9 The Tomcat Mole |
|Fig.10 The Mole|
|Fig.11 Trash bag|
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