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Model # 34300

Internet # 100565662

Store SKU # 252963

Mole Killer

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$17.97 / each



Model # 34300

Internet # 100565662

Store SKU # 252963

Tomcat Mole Killer is designed to kill moles by attracting them with earthworm-shaped bait. The bait mimics a mole's natural food source and is enhanced with an attractant, so it is quickly ingested. Moles typically die in their tunnels, often within 12 to 24 hours after eating a single worm bait. The box contains 10 worm-shaped baits.

  • Mimics the mole's natural food source, the earthworm, for effective mole extermination
  • Typically kills moles in a single feeding
  • Moles usually die within 12 to 24 hours after ingesting bait
  • Contains special enhancers to attract moles

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Assembled Depth (in.) 
3.75 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
6 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
7.38 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
3.75 in 
Product Height (in.) 
6 in 
Product Width (in.) 
7.38 in 
Application Type 
Concentrated or Ready to Use 
Ready to use 
Pest Type 
Safe for Edibles 
Safe for Pets 


Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 2nd Year to Use We used these Worms last Year at my office in North Texas. Sandy Loam had long runways after the rainy April. The worms first moved them around the building then like "magic" the product worked. No more runways,& NO MORE moles & no more damage to the plants that are healthy again. Today in our black gumbo soil at home 35 miles east of the office new runways and 4 surface holes in freshly mulched flower beds. So off to get another box of the "TomCat" Worms. Will check in the morning for new runways and see if they work in this soil as we start this project in the morning Stay tuned for our Follow up Review. Regards, A Happy Homeowner May 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This stuff really really works I have had moles this year 10 times worse than ever before. I was shoveling about a half wheelbarrow load of dirt from their mounds almost every day. The poison peanuts must be vitamins, the traps don't trigger, I crushed their little homes almost daily with an 1,100 lb. roller, but they had about ruined my yard. I tried one box of this in multiple active tunnels. I tore the worms in half because they are expensive. THE MOUNDS STOPPED IN 1 DAY and they have been gone for 10 days. This stuff really works and I didn't have to spray poison all over the yard. Only down side is they should spend as much on product as they do on the giant box. July 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked every time I used it! Finally a product to get rid of moles that really works and is so simple to use. I started using i t last year. Each time I saw. mole ruination of my yard I used the worms and each time no more mole activity. It's amazing! Last November I had lots of mole activity and used almost a whole box. This spring I had no activity for the first time in years. I see neighbors lawns all torn up by moles. Moles eat worms and grubs not dry pellets. No more setting those impossible hit and miss traps. I've tried the smoke bombs, juicy fruit gum, filling the tunnels with water, pitchfork method, several types of traps, I was determined not to let these creatures ruin what I have worked so hard for so many years to make beautiful. It is a bit pricey so I use 1/2 a worm each time. April 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tom cat for moles There was a new development right next to me and the moles came into my yard. they had tunnels all over the place. I read about Tomcat and I bought it. Wherever there was a tunnel I dug it up a little bit and put in half of worm. I cover the hole with a brick so I could look and see if the worm was gone. no more moles!! June 5, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by The Mole Reaper It's hard to tell if a poison works when there are no carcasses. But I've put these worms in the active tunnel runs, waited a few days to check to see if the worm was still there. If not, I'd pack down the run. More often than not, the run stays down, and the critter is presumably dead somewhere. I smelled rot once in an area that was baited, and figured it worked. I often wonder if I had 20 moles, killed 18 and there are just 2 left, or if there was only 2, and all my efforts were for nothing. I'm betting on the former, and I'm stocking up. October 5, 2009
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Stops the mole activity without ever seeing a mole! We lost our mole chasing doxie in 2012. Each year the moles came and caused tracks in the front back and side yards and each year he dug them up and killed them. While doing us a great service he tore up the yard more than the moles did and finding dead moles was NOT a treat! In 2013 we decided to give these worms a try. As each track appeared I would locate an entrance or exit (or create one or two in the track, drop in 1/2 worm and then the other 1/2 in the other entrance/exit. I did this for every active track. Within a short period of time track activity stopped. and I could restore the ground. I repeated this a second time later in the summer when new tracks appeared. Then I enjoyed the balance of the summer and fall with no active mole activity! Just this week I see a track in the front and I have a trip to my local "big box" hardware store planned for this weekend! It may take some time but this product works! April 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Man, this stuff really works. I tried this product about 10 days ago, it was my first time using Tomcat mole killer. I tried the poison peanuts product and it didn't work in my case. The Tomcat product really got the job done and I used half a worm at each bait location because it was easier to handle that way and I could bait twice as many locations. Anyway, it took about 5 days for all mole activity to come to complete stop. I have to tell you I am so relieved that they are gone, they took a toll on my lawn. Obviously, if the return someday i'll be ready with the Tomcat. June 27, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by NO QUALITY CONTROL! Yes their were 10 worms in the package, but only 4 of them were the full length of 4.8 inches. The other 6 worms were about 1 inch each. I did use worms and they have NOT stopped the moles in my backyard! Maybe I'm not good at finding active tunnels. October 6, 2014
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