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Humane Mole Trap


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  • To capture moles alive for release elswhere
  • Easy to use and is buried in the mole tunnel
  • Will catch the mole whichever end it enters the trap
  • High quality material and construction
  • Complete with full instructions

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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 454 g
  • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
  • Manufacturer reference: PSHmole
  • ASIN: B000YPXJJU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 12 Nov 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,521 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)

Product Description

Product Description

Diese Lebendfalle hat auf beiden Seiten einen Eingang, was dafür sorgt, dass diese Falle sehr effektiv ist. Die gefangenen Maulwürfe können nicht mehr entkommen. Tierfreundlich. Geeignet für Gartenbesitzer, die keine Tiere töten möchten. Wird in den Maulwurftunnel gegraben. Der gefangene Maulwurf kann leicht und unverletzt wieder ausgesetzt werden. Inhalt: 1 Stück

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Manufacturer's Description

The Procter Pest-Stop Humane Mole Trap allows for moles to be captured alive and safely so they can be released elswhere. The trap is buried in the mole's tunnel and, once inside, the mole is unable to escape. The design means that the mole will be captured from whatever end it enters the trap.

Easy to use, both to capture the mole and to release it unharmed, the trap comes complete with full instructions.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By C. J. Ramsdale on 12 Jan 2010
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I bought this device along with a scissor-type trap last year. The latter device has produced nothing, but the "Humane" trap really does work. I should point out that I do not promote this trap with any humanitarian ideals in mind... but only because it really works!! The score to date is 5 moles caught and effectively removed from my garden (I live in a very rural area surround by meadows) - thus I can unreservedly recommend it.

It works best on a lawn as follows....
1 - Estimate where there is an established tunnel BETWEEN two molehills and carefully lift the turf and place it to one side. Dig down to just below the tunnel (the width of the hole should be the trap set at its smallest size) and expose the two exits.

2 - Carefully clean the exits, removing any loose soil - VERY IMPORTANT!!
3 - Put the trap onto its smallest length and place it so that the ends fit into the tunnel holes and lengthen the tube so that it fits neatly into them at each end, rotating one end of the tube to lock it in place with the observation slots on top....
4 - Cover the observation slots with a section of curved pipe or similar and then put a slab of some sort over the top of the whole thing to give a light and sound seal.
5 - Check at regular intervals until it is caught...
6 - Using the soil from one of the molehills fill the trap hole and replace the turf

Job done - well, until another mole arrives anyway.......
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82 of 84 people found the following review helpful By C. Guest on 24 Aug 2009
Well I bought this humane trap because I didn't want my partner to set a trap which would kill the mole.
The product provides instructions how to use the trap but what it doesn't do is tell you what to do afterwards. Within 24 hours we had caught a mole and, thinking we were doing the right thing, we released the mole in a nearby field. I went back to check the site later on that day only to find a dead mole. I later went online and found The Guild of British Molecatcher's website. It had the following things to say about a live trap;

The Guild believes that Live Traps should be withdrawn from public sale and supply under the un-necessary stress that these traps may cause in their use.
Any captured mole would be subjected to dehydration and stress - followed by possible starvation from any prolonged period of time encased in the tight cylindrical shape.
The capture of a live mole would be with the intent to release at another location, which could also produce the mole further distress from the inability of the release point to provide adequate supply of natural available food.
The enormous work required to complete this task, if the mole had been released into an environment that has the required amount of food accessible to survive, could still result in the death of the mole due to tiredness from the ordeal. Death would obviously occur faster if inadequate food was available.
The territorial instincts of moles and the aggression they show to another of the same species would if a live captured mole was to be freed into a location of an existing mole, result in conflict. The captured mole would if suffering the effects of capture, be met with hostility that could cause further injury.

As an animal lover I naturally wanted to do the right thing, however it seems that this live trap possibly isn't and I wanted others who are considering this product to read the above information.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By K. Roberts on 24 Nov 2009
quick delivery. caught mole on first attempt.
make sure no soil falls in the ends as this stops the trap door swinging back down - so moles escape. viewing holes good and its easy to disassemble to remove the mole.
Overall - very pleased and it doesnt kil. make sure to check it regularly, as suggested.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jax on 27 Oct 2009
This is great, catch the little fellow and release into the wild again! you will need patience, but well worth it. Good value as well.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mac on 9 Aug 2010
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Bought this product after seeing the devastation a mole can cause to a new lawn. Within 12 hours after placing the trap we had caught the mole. Very efficient - full instructions for use included in the pack. Release unharmed (far away from the garden).
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Laudis on 21 Feb 2010
Excellent delivery - arrived a day early. Set mole trap and caught one the following day. Haven't seen any mole hills in the garden since. Full marks to all concerned.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By bookworm on 29 Aug 2011
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A mole appeared on our almost perfect lawn but 50 plus mole hills later he'd still not been caught with this trap. Eventually we gave up and decided if he was that determined to evade capture he deserved to be free - after all who wants a perfect lawn??? He has now left us - don't know if the fun of evading capture has gone since we've binned the trap and he's gone to plague someone else or what, but the lawn is now mole hill free!!! In future we'll just ride it out - certainly wouldn't waste money especially as if he had been caught in it and not soon relased elswhere he probably would have died - so not so humane
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jon391283 on 18 Nov 2010
As a professional mole catcher i would beg you if you wanted to do something humane to a mole killing it in a snap trap is far better than taking it somewhere and dumping it or even worse letting it starve to death.
A mole eats roughly every 4 hours, this means checking the trap every 2 even at night. Also where do you put the trapped mole? Moles have their own areas which they defend to the death. So releasing a trapped mole where there maybe another mole for one of them to die is not humane. If you release the mole where there are no signs of moles ask yourself why there aren`t any moles there.
I have the upmost respect for the mole that is why you should not use this trap.
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