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Mole Killer Worm Bait (10-Pack)

$2297
  • Simulates mole's natural food source
  • For use against most common mole species
  • Worm shaped baits
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Product Details

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
  • This product is applicable for the following pest types: Moles
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Questions & Answers

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Q:Can you use this mole killer in, or near, a vegetable garden?
by|Aug 6, 2018
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A:  I would say that it depends on the proximity of the mole mound and the garden. If there is simply a mole trail leading to the garden, I would use the bait. If the mound is within 5-10 feet of the garden, I would use a repellent and not poison.

by|Aug 7, 2018

    A:  I wouldn't. It's a poison. If it leaches in any way into the soil, it could make you sick.

    by|Aug 7, 2018

      A:  Mike killer should not be used near edibles.

      by|Aug 6, 2018
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        Q:Will this product kill gofers as well?
        by|Apr 19, 2017
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        A:  It didn't work.

        by|Apr 10, 2018

          A:  No, this will not kill gophers.

          by|Apr 20, 2017
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            Q:I used to buy this product at my local home depot store in St. Charles, Mo but this year it is no...
            by|Mar 24, 2017
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            A:  Hi GardenGuy1126, this Mole Killer Worm Bait (10-Pack) , is a store exclusive item and only able to be bought in a Home Depot store. Unfortunately we do not sell it with online stock for purchase and we are not able to advise when local Home Depot stores are re-stocked of specific items. I would advise you visit or contact your local Home Depot store for pricing and availability. Please follow the steps below to localize your Homedepot.com as well: 1. Localize Homedepot.com using your zip code (My Store Location: Change) 2. Choose the store where you want to pick up the item (Make this my Store) We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!

            by|May 17, 2017
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            Q:If my dog eats the carcass of a mole that has been killed by the worm bait will hit hurt my dog? ...
            by|Feb 4, 2017
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            A:  No, but it makes me sick thinking about it.

            by|May 4, 2017

            A:  Yes, the poison will be transferred.

            by|Feb 5, 2017
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              Customer Reviews

              3.8 out of 5
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              Finally a mole trap that actually works!
              I tried two other kinds of mole traps with no luck. Then I bought three of these tomcat traps. Were a little hard to use at first but once I got the hang of it they work great. I have caught 8 moles in the last two months. Much better than I ever expected. I would recommend this trap to anyone that has moles in their yard.
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                Environmentally Responsible Packaging?
                I fail to understand packaging on two levels. 1) how it can be considered environmentally responsible, given all the "empty space" in the 10-worm carton, and 2) how it can be economical, given all the "empty space" that's shipped with each carton. Tomcat needs more "green people" and more accountants on their payroll!
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                  I followed the directions found the act of tunnels put in three worms and I had to dead moles by ...
                  I followed the directions found the act of tunnels put in three worms and I had to dead moles by the end of the week.
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                  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.
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                    Mole Killer Worms Melt in Package
                    I live in Texas. The mole killer worms melt in the package, completely useless and an expensive product.
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                    Response from Consumer ServicesAug 26, 2022
                    We're sorry to hear this happened to your Tomcat Mole Killer Bait and we'd like to help. Reach out to us here for assistance with our product guarantee: https://www.tomcatbrand.com/en-us/help-center
                      Got the Moles
                      [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Had moles coming in the yard from my neighbors yard, used the Tomcat mole killer and within 3 weeks and two applications there were no more mole sign. After the first week there was still mole signs, treated again and waited another week, no more new mole signs, it’s been over a month and sill no moles.
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                        Great product!
                        We tried this out on two holes and it worked!! We put the end of a rake in the hole and shoved it down in the middle of the hole until it stopped and pulled it out and with rubber gloves on we dropped a worm down each hole then lightly covered the top of the hole. Have not seen one since!! I would recommend!
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                          Easy to place
                          [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This product was easy to use and place in the runs. Removing the “worms” and placing in the runs was very easy, we wore gloves when we touched the product to be safe. We noticed an improvement immediately and it lasted for several months. We have a lot of moles in the area and will need several treatments for long lasting results.
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                            Melted Worms!
                            I had this product stored in my basement. When I opened them up a few days ago the worms were melted. Instead of 10 worms it was more like 5. Not happy.
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                            Response from Consumer ServicesAug 22, 2022
                            Karl, we're sorry to hear this happened with your Tomcat Mole Killer Worms and appreciate your feedback. Reach out to us here for assistance with our product guarantee: https://www.tomcatbrand.com/en-us/help-center
                              Yes, It Works
                              It works. If a mole eats the worm, he dies. You have to be patient because you can't tell that it works after it kills the first handful of moles. Crush the tunnels and keep track of how many new ones are dug and eventually you'll see that there are fewer and fewer. But, you never win the war with moles; so, keep at it to cull the population down to just the occasional interloper.
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