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Victor Out O'Sight Mole Trap 0631

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  • Get rid of destructive moles and protect your yard with this durable, weather-resistant reusable mole trap - no bait needed
  • Malleable iron jaws for superior strength and durability.
  • Setting levers and safety clip included for secure operation. Moving parts are completely below the ground surface, safely away from children and pets
  • Come fully assembled and with a sure-fire design for use in any soil type, and is ideal for sandy soil
  • Professional's mole trap of choice
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  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 5.5 x 8.3 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004RAMY
  • Item model number: 631
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (412 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #329 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Get rid of destructive moles and protect your yard with this durable, weather-resistant mole trap. As the professional’s trap of choice, the Victor OUT O'SIGHT Mole Trap is backed by years of proven field results. The trap effectively kills moles without the use of chemicals or poisons. The OUT O'SIGHT Mole Trap features malleable iron jaws for superior strength and durability (setting levers are included). It comes fully assembled and with a sure-fire design for use in any soil type and is ideal for sandy soil. Additionally, the OUT O'SIGHT trap is equipped with a safety clip for secure operation. Each trap comes with illustrated operating instructions on setting and placement. Ideally, this mole trap should be placed into the tunnel and covered with dirt. It is because of this placement that traps works best for moles, since their natural instinct is to reopen the tunnel. In clearing the tunnel, they will push up on the trigger, releasing the powerful trap.


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Customer Reviews

Trap is very difficult to set.
Roger Fritz
A very well built mole trap that works great when set correctly.
MO
After that, I had no more mole tunnels.
Nice Guy

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697 of 705 people found the following review helpful By Geoffrey Klos on November 1, 2007
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Hallelujah!!! The wicked mole is dead.

For 2 years I have hunted this critter. I have read the entire internet. 2 years of research led me here.

For those of you with mole problems, let me save you some time. Forget everything you think you know. The only way to deal with moles is to kill them. The only way to kill them is to trap them. Baits don't work. Treating for grubs don't work. Moles primarily feed on worms, not grubs. Sonic vibration thingys don't work. These traps work.

BUT...

Don't follow the directions on the package. I will do my best to explain how to employ this product.

First of all, if you have to, stamp down all mole runs in your yard. Ordinarily, you don't want to do this, because it just encourages the mole to dig new runs, thus doing more damage. But you need a current picture of where the mole is active in your yard.

The next day after you have stamped down all the runs, observe any new runs. You are looking for long straight runs. Long straight runs are like mole highways. The curvy short runs are hunting roads. The curvy runs are less traveled. Hunt the highways.

Open the trap and set the safety catch. Set the trap down next to the run where you want to place it. Take your foot, and stamp down the mole run just where you want to place the trap. Should only be about your foot's width. Don't push down hard. You want the ground you stamp down to be level with the rest of the yard.

Now take a straight blade shovel and create a notch on either side where the trap blades will go. You don't have to go real deep. Just a couple inches. Wiggle the shovel if you have to, to create those "pockets" for the blades of the trap to go into.
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The manufacturer commented on this review(What's this?)
December 27, 2013
We appreciate all of this feedback and are very happy to hear how successful you have been with this trap. All of your tips are excellent and we are sure that the moles have learned that they won't survive very long in your yard.

If you should ever have any questions regarding this trap, please do not hesitate to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-5-VICTOR (1-855-584-2867). We are available Monday through Saturday to answer questions regarding this trap as well as any of our other products.

Best Regards,

Susan
Consumer Relations Representative
Woodstream Corporation
Victor®
151 of 155 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 6, 2011
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This is the way I've had luck using this type of trap. I've killed over 35 moles from my yard this way but keep in mind that techniques may vary depending on your area and soil type.
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82 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Irish Lace VINE VOICE on November 1, 2007
This type of trap is highly effective IF you do NOT follow the directions about how to place it. If you bury it (which the directions will tell you to do) it will simply NOT work. If your "out o sight" trap is out of sight it is TOO DEEP and all you will get is holes in your yard and perhaps an annoyed mole.

When the very expensive exterminator (who we now refer to as "Mark the Mole Man") came to our house, I showed him our "out of sight" mole trap. He tried to be respectful but finally just said, "Ma'am, that's too deep. Ain't gonna kill nothin'." As it turns out, this is exactly the same type of trap he uses. He just knows how to use it correctly.

He pulled it up and knocked the dirt off and walked around the yard for a while telling me stuff about moles. He clearly took great pride in his mole murdering skills (please don't give PETA my address.) Finally he stopped, stood silently for a moment, then he stepped his boot gently on a run until the soil was level with the surrounding soil. Next he took his special tool for making the slits that the previous reviewer described making with a shovel, and he made his two slits in the run for the blades to fit into.

Then, artist that he was, Mark the Mole Man pressed the trap blades slowly into the slits he had made until the flat trigger was sitting gently on the soil. Released the safety and - Done. He placed three more in the back yard (BIG yard) and 24 hours later we had a dead mole.

It was a wonderful (and for us expensive) experience. Go get your nasty little critter with this trap, but don't follow their directions. Listen to reviewer Geoffrey Klos.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Saeed K. Rahimi on November 11, 2008
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This is an excellent product. I had to play with the sensitivity of the trigger a bit before I used it. Once set, it worked very well. Trapped a couple of moles in 24 hours and problem has gone away now.

I did not like the manufacturer's instructions. I had to find out how to set it myself. Here is what I did:

1. Armed the trapped with the safety clip on.
2. Found a straight area on the mole's runway
3. Flattened a straight part of the runway a couple of inches wider that trap by stepping on it
4. Used a putty knife as wide as the trap jaws and cut two lines perpendicular to the run. I widened the cuts a bit for the jaws to push trough the cut easily
5. I pushed the trap jaws in the cuts until the trigger tip just touched the top part of the grass.
6. Removed the safety clip

You can protect the trap if you are like me and have neighbors with kids and/or dog by covering the trap with a large bucket and a heavy weight on top of it.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Schnabel on March 24, 2005
after $100.00 in smoke bombs and spring loaded spike traps, we gave up on the mole invasion. we called and exterminator who used these same traps. they didn't miss. he caught six in two days. we found these traps on-line and ordered two. about a month later we saw another mole tunnel. next day we had him. be very careful setting these traps, they are very powerful. by the way, the exterminator gets $50.00 a mole.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Moon-tai Yeung on June 24, 2009
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I have recurring mole problems, lost count how many years now. Tried many things, but only this "Out of Sight" worked. This is my story:
1) First encounter years ago, surprise, what's up with these bumps?
2) Just tidy up the surface. Never mind that.
3) Ran water down the tunnel until water came out the other end. Very satisfying, but just a waste of water. Made the whole place muddy and the creature liked it even more.
4) Invested in a plunger type trap. Expensive and reusable, sounded good. Not quite. I was excited the first time it triggered, got my gloves on and plastic bag ready. The spikes went down a couple inches, but no catch. Tried a few more times with the same result. Even tied bricks on the top half, but the trap became unbalanced and did not plunge well. Trashed it.
5) Poison "peanut". Do not like poisons, but maybe just for this one. Carefully dropped nuts into tunnels as directed. No noticable result, but creature was gone late fall. Used it again early next season, at which time I concluded that it did not work. The creature likes worms and bugs, not deadly smelling chemical.
6) Wire type trap (like a rat trap). It fits inside the tunnel. Hard to use - the trap is directional and the tunnel must be disturbed for the deployment. My creature ran over or around it, never triggering it. The creature probably hit trap's frame and changed course. Would have been better if the trap is narrower and fits into a 1.5" tunnel.
7) Saw it digging undergroud once (just once). Drove a pitch fork down mercilessly. Missed.
8) Lastly, the "Out of Sight". The size of the spring alone is impressive - WARNING: bone crushing spring force! Even my normally curious coworkers refused to play with it when my order arrived at the office.
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