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Tomcat Mole Trap

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  • Effectively kills moles - without drawing blood
  • Innovative, effective, hands-free design
  • Safer and easier than traditional traps
  • Simple to set and place
  • Easy-to-use
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Product Description

Bell Laboratories has engineered a heavy-duty dual-spring trap, designed for use by the professional pest control market or homeowner. TALPIRID Mole Trap offers professionals speed and safety in servicing mole accounts. This specially designed hands-free trap is fast and easy to place and set. When set, the low-profile trap sits close to the ground, no bulky metal or equipment sticking out. The trap can be easily disengaged and relocated to other mole tunnels, depending on mole pressure. The new Talpirid Mole Trap presents the latest in mole trap technology from Bell Labs. This excellent trap is made of durable heavy-duty nylon and features a yellow foot pedal that makes the trap "hands free", safe, and easy to use. To use, simply place the trap jaws in an active mole tunnel and step on the trap's yellow foot pedal, which sets the trigger below the surface. The trap's low profile allows it to sit close to the level of the ground. When the trap is triggered, the yellow foot pedal springs up notifying you of the kill.

The thing we love about the Talpirid Mole Trap is that it can be safely disengaged and relocated to other mole tunnels, depending on the severity of the infestation. Plus, you can use the trap over and over again for multiple kills. The best combination to rid yourself of moles is to use this trap with Talpirid Mole Bait, also available here with discounted pricing. TALPIRID Mole Trap can be re-used again and again.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 x 9.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B0043FHXVM
  • Item model number: BL34152
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,332 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.


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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By WisconsinBadger on May 11, 2011
Length: 3:31 Mins
Tomcat Mole Trap comes with written instructions, but for those of you who prefer seeing how to use it, this instructional video should show you how to use this trap correctly.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Lynne Butler on April 30, 2013
Well, I just couldn't resist writing my review about this particular product. After reading some of the reviews on here, I have to say......you just gotta have a little patience. No, I'm not saying this is the best trap that's on the market, but my experience with this trap has been nothing but a winner. I do have to admit that when I first set this out in my yard, I was a bit skeptical. Even though the trap is built super-strong ......I do know that moles are real cunning type creatures that are hard to get. After a few days I looked out my window one morning and low and behold, the trap had been tripped !!!. I went out to check the results and ........nothing there. Hmmmmm. So, I reset the trap in the very same hole and a couple of days later........it was tripped again. Well.......again, the same results..........nothing. I'm kind of a resilient type person, so I just reset the trap again......yes, in the same hole. Well, a few days past and nothing was happening. One day I went out to do some errands and when I returned I noticed the trap had been tripped again. Well, not really expecting any results, I went to check it out. When I pulled up on the trap to check it, I realized it was kind of hard to pull up. When I got it out of the ground.......there it was!!!! A big fat mole !!!! It must have been the Granddaddy....lol. I was finally happy about what was happening. When I got the mole out of the trap, I just simply put the trap back in the same hole. Not really knowing whether or not a mole has a particular territory that he has domain over, I was just taking the chance. Hey, a couple of days later, it was tripped again. When I checked it...... there was another mole. A little smaller than the first, but.....it was a mole.Read more ›
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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By M. W. Hayward on July 22, 2011
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So here's my story. First of all, I've no particular interest in promoting any particular mole trap. I just want to let folks know what worked (and didn't) for me.

About five weeks ago I began to notice that I had a new mole problem in my yard. Two to four new mounds would be noticed each morning. I had a similar problem last year and a `professional' mole trapper caught one and the problem went away for several months.

I initially bought three different brands of traps (Macabee, Talprid, and Victor) and set them out following the manufacturers instructions. Because I have a big lawn and wanted to construct a valid `scientific' experiment I set out six of each trap in various locations throughout the lawn. Each morning I would check the Macabee and Victor traps and usually I would see that the traps had been covered by dirt. To me this showed that the holes were active. However, in all these cases the traps failed to trigger despite proof of fresh mole activity. The Talprid trap was occasionally triggered but no evidence of mole demise was found...and fresh mole activity was noted the next day.

I then recalled the brand of trap that the mole trapper from last year had employed. A little internet search showed me that it was the Cinch brand mole trap. I purchased several Cinch traps and, after they arrived, began to incorporate them into my experiment.

I kept using the Victor and Macabee along with the Cinch traps despite my yard looking like a miniature movie set of a battlefield with mini-craters everywhere. But...success! Two days after beginning use of the Cinch traps I caught the first of three moles. The Victor and Macabee traps continued to be buried, rarely triggered, and never caught anything.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Frank O on February 10, 2011
I purchased this trap last summer after having tried other styles of traps without any success. I was almost ready to throw in the towel when I came across Talpirid trap. I really liked the fact that you did not have to dig up a section of tunnel to bury the trap and dig it up to check it. You just need to make 2 slices in the ground, set the trap and you can easily tell if the trap was set off just by looking at it from a distance. I live in a subdivision on a half acre parcel so you would not think that I would have to deal with that many moles destroying my lawn. Well, I have to tell you, I've caught 5 moles from July to October and when we had some milder days this January, I saw some fresh tunnels, set the trap and caught me another. Please note, you need to be patient. Sometimes you may get the mole the same or the next day. There were a couple of times where the trap wasn't set off until about 4 or 5 days later.

Do not believe the commenter who said that this trap is cheaply constructed. This is a solid unit. You won't be disappointed. Happy mole hunting.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Rich on March 19, 2011
I purchased this trap a few days ago and caught a mole the second time that I set it. It is easy to use and provides an unmistakable indication when it has been sprung by a mole. The hardest part of the process is to be patient in determining where the moles are active, and where to set the trap. I recommend placing it in the center part of a run, because you don't know which way they are digging. That way you have double the chance of catching the critter. There are video instructions on the Tomcat website that are helpful. I like it better than the baits because you know that it is working, whereas with the poison baits, the moles usually die underground.
If you have pets that go out into your yard, I recommend placing a bucket upside down over the trap once it is set, although I doubt a dog or cat could set off the trap by walking on it.

July 23, 2011: Do not try to set the trap without making the recommended shovel cuts in the ground. I broke off one of the moveable jaws because I failed to do so, or failed to make adequate cuts. Although it was my fault, the company was kind enough to send me a free replacement trap when I emailed them about buying a part to repair it, so hats off to their customer service department. To date, I have caught four moles.
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