Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 28
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jim55 Finally something that works
I have dealt with so many moles over the years but no luck eliminating them. I overheard a conversation at work three weeks ago about the TomCat worm and how this person swears by them. I went to our local lumber yard and bought a box of ten. I put three out in three main areas of mole activity. One week later I couldn't find any new mounds or runways. When I mowed the grass the same one week later, I ran over two dead moles near the spots I placed the worms. AMAZING!!! All these years of frustration trying to combat these creatures but now I have a weapon that works. Thank you TOMCAT!!!! Feel free to let others see this. I am really grateful to say the least!
August 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Chandu Great product
I have tried everything I read online. Repellers based on castor oil, solar chasers, windmill chasers, moth balls and traps. This was my last resort and it worked great. Mole did come out to die and was easy for me to throw it away. Amazing product. Make sure that you don't touch while you place it and keep it away from pets and children as usual.
June 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mixerpilot Relief
I have had mole issues for years and the damage was ramping up the past two years. My lawn was taking a beating. There are poison traps repellents available I didn't want to drive the little pest into my neighbors yard so I opted to poison it. These poison worms are replicas of the moles favorite food. I just followed a live tunnel and took the dirt from the areas pushed up by mole once located I dug just a couple of inches and found both sides and placed a worm in each then covered over hole I made. The mole push dirt up every few days and after three or four days I have not seen any new activity or new tunnel locations. I assume the moles have eaten and died within their tunnels. I should have done this last year. I would have reduced my lawn damage.
June 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mljbp I can't believe this stuff works!!!!
After several years of hiring a company to trap our moles (very expensive!), I am so glad I tried this - one half of one worm into an active mole tunnel and it's a goner! We found it dead above ground two days later. I cannot even say how excited I am that this worked and it saved us soooo much money. The key is to use gloves - the mole will smell human on the worm if you touch it with your bare hands, and then it won't eat it (or so I've been told).
June 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by AtaliAwa Caddy Shack Moles
Followed the directions... pushed the worms 18"-24" down the hole and covered up the entrance
. Two days later the worms were laying on the ground outside a new mound (pretty dang funny if you ask me). Put the rejected worms in a zip lock and took them back to Home Depot. The returns desk got a big laugh out of it, too. Big question now is what to do about the moles... I guess I need to watch Caddy Shack and see how Bill Murray got rid of the gophers. : )
May 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Pete junk
This thing was a waste of time for me. It didnt work and was next to inpossible to set in the ground. I checked the depth, dug deep and wide enough trenches that basically left a big hole in the yard virtually destroying the mole tunnel becuase it wouldnt set, and even them with putting all my weight into it was next to impossible to set and when i did finally succeed nothing.
April 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Mary92 Don't wast your money!
We have mole colonies in our back yard and I have tried using this product over the period of 9 months and not once have I trapped a mole. BIG waste of hard earned money. Might have well buried it in the back yard.
March 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Presidio Short lived hope
Followed instructions. Placed worms deep into active tunnels being careful not to touch the worms directly.
Gophers are not interested in them. Quickly ignored and kicked them out of the burrow. Gophers never took a single bite out them, and were clearly pushed out in spite of being far into their tunnels.
I really wanted these to work. Expensive experiment.
February 3, 2016