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Tomcat Mole Killer Worm Bait (10-Pack)
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Tomcat

Mole Killer Worm Bait (10-Pack)

  • Simulates mole's natural food source
  • For use against most common mole species
  • Worm shaped baits
$18.87 /each

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The Tomcat Mole Killer (Worm Formula) is scientifically designed and tested to mimic a mole's natural food source. Moles may consume a lethal dose in a single feeding, but it may take two or more days from the time of bait consumption for moles to die. Not for use against the star-nosed mole in North Carolina. Not for sale in HI.

  • Mimics a mole's natural food source, the earthworm
  • Scientifically designed and tested
  • Ready-to-use
  • Effective against most common mole species
  • Worm-shaped baits mimic natural food source

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This is a restricted use item. Aren't you supposed to sell this to only people certified with the state of Michigan?

Asked by: Curtispest
You can read the box online first if you are in the state of Michigan. If there is a restriction for any state, it will be on the box. It is not restricted in NE. Home Depot associates can help you with another solution like a live catch cage.
Answered by: Jude
Date published: 2017-01-01

Bought these and either a raccoon or skunk dug everyone up

Does it kill other animals ?
Asked by: Annette7
First I would say, which animal problem do you want to solve first? Second I would say, did the worms kill either? Lastly I would say you did not put the worm far enough inside an active hole and stomp all other holes down so the mole can only go out the one you put the worm in. You can also buy live catch or dead catch cages/tools at Home Depot to get rid of all tree problems. I had a whole skunk family under my open deck - what a mess! Would not have mattered if it was raccoons either. Got some heavy duty, tight mesh, rubber dipped chicken wire (see pic below). You must dig down 6-9" around your deck and curve the bottom part of the wire (do before putting in) and put the upper side under the wooden structure or staple it to back or front tightly. Skunks and raccoons will not dig down when they encounter the tight mesh; they come up to the wire, scrape the soil a bit and then go away. They are not smart enough to dig down 6-12". If you put a live catch cage at their hole which is pretty large so position it right and occlude both sides so they walk right into it and the door slams behind. If they have pups, they will also walk up into the cage so try doing this at night when they come out. You can put the mess around all four sides with one small area open to the cage with a ramp leading into it. Mother and children should come out at the same time, but sometimes they don't so you need to get the Mom first and get rid of her about 100 miles away, and then wait for or encourage the pups to come out without her if you find yourself in that predicament. Good luck.
Answered by: Jude
Date published: 2017-01-01

does this product harm plant,children,garden, and grass.

Asked by: charles10016
I would imagine it would not be helpful for a child to eat any worm but this one will cause a bit of trouble for children and pets so make sure you use it correctly. Read all the directions and act accordingly. It doesn't kill plans or grass because you are putting the worm in an active tunnel out usually under the dirt. The mole or vole may damage plants and certainly bores through grass.
Answered by: Jude
Date published: 2017-02-03

If my dog eats the carcass of a mole that has been killed by the worm bait will hit hurt my dog? ...

If my dog eats the carcass of a mole that has been killed by the worm bait will hit hurt my dog? What are the precautions when using this product? Is it safe around other furry creatures and birds?
Asked by: Trimborn121
Yes, the poison will be transferred.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-02-05
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Customer Reviews

Mole Killer Worm Bait (10-Pack) is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 33.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy and Effective - I highly recommend it. I followed the simple instructions and it seems to have worked immediately. I haven't seen any mole activity for several days. It's so great to use a product that actually does what it claims. For about $20 and 20 minutes of my time, I couldn't be more satisfied. I highly recommend it.
Date published: 2016-10-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I had placed the worms in active holes after sealing other holes by stepping on them hard. In the... I had placed the worms in active holes after sealing other holes by stepping on them hard. In the next two days, 3 moles were dead above ground. Normally no other animal will eat a poisoned one, so yes, this does work.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Tomcat mole killer worm bait I bought 3 pkg of mole killer from my local Home Depot and all 3 pkg had the worm contents melted into the bottom of the pkgs. There is no way to know the contents are in a glob until you attempt to use it. :( Too bad the product is packaged in such a way that this happens.
Date published: 2016-10-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Followed the directions carefully. No luck. Maybe your mole is less clever than mine, and the pro... Followed the directions carefully. No luck. Maybe your mole is less clever than mine, and the product will work for you. Maybe not.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No results No results
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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).
Date published: 2016-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Give it 3 days..and you WON'T see new activity from that mole run! I wrote a review originally comparing myself to Bill Murray trying to kill the gopher in "Caddyshack." Now I'm victorious. First and foremost, go out and crush the mole runs and mounds. Go out the next day and see which runs are active. You cut the worm in half to save, use a screwdriver make a hole, drop the worm into the run, cover the hole up...and wait. Each day I'd go out and crush the runs and mounds again to track progress. Then one day, you'll go out, and there won't be any raised runs or mounds. And if you're lucky, you'll see the dead mole somewhere around the area. I've found 2 dead moles, but the other runs I'm assuming they died undeground. Works great!
Date published: 2015-09-10
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