Chris | November 14th, 2021
After 8+ months of trying the Trapline and Victor scissor traps, I was only able to catch clay and rocks! I'm sure these traps work, they just don't work for moles in Georgia. The Trapline's are too wide for the mole tunnels, and the Victor traps just destroy tunnel, so they just go around it. \nAfter searching for hours one night, I noticed that these appear to be much narrower than the Traplines, so I ordered them. When they arrived, I set three sets, and I got one the very next day!!! Since then, it's been about 3 weeks now, and I have trapped seven of the subterranean devils so far! They are the perfect size for the holes, and are easy to set.
Bill | July 19th, 2021
I have arthritis and find the traps very hard to set. I've made a tool that helps spread the tongs but find the trigger so sensitive that it trips while placing the trap in the tunnel.
Bryan Lake | April 27th, 2021
I bought a dozen of these and have not had the luck that others have had. I do exactly what is shown in the video. I caught one mole immediately, but have not had any luck since. I do find traps that are tripped...only to find that the moles burrowed new tunnels UNDERNEATH the traps. So one of four factors (or a combination of multiple factors) might explain why I am not having as much luck as others: 1) I am not as smart as I thought I was; 2) Other users are much smarter than I am; 3) The moles I am dealing with are smarter than the average mole; and/or 4) The moles others are dealing with aren't that smart. Who knows. At least I got one mole...
Chris Hickey | March 26th, 2021
Simple design but extremely effective, I'm using 5 dozen of them, affordable for large amount of jobs at the same time
Ken | June 7th, 2020
These traps are simple to set, requires less time to prepare the mole tunnel and are as effective as the other traps. I have 4 different kinds of mole traps and these are the ones that I use the most.
James Davis | September 27th, 2019
no mole traps are the best mole traps i have used.
Rick Headley | April 14th, 2019
Solid product that we have used as an alternative to OOS traps. Down side is that you have to uncover them to check them. Up side is that they are effective for both moles and shrews.
C Heine | September 17th, 2018
I have used many different traps and baits for getting rid of moles in my lawn. I have had the best success with NoMol traps. I am not successful every time, but the majority of the time I am. The claw traps have worked but not as good. It takes more skill to set the claw traps correctly.
Rob Weaver | July 26th, 2018
I use the NoMol mole trap on all of our mole jobs and have not been let down yet. I highly recommend the NoMol mole traps for both wildlife removal professionals as well as individuals with a mole problem.
GARRY SIMPSON | February 19th, 2017
Mole problem has gradually become worse over the past 2 summers. I had tried spray repellents, and bait worms to get rid of the moles. They would always relocate for a few days then return and damage my lawn even more. With no other alternative, I decided to try a trap. Many of the traps in local stores seem bulky and difficult to set. While researching traps on the internet, I happened to run into the NOMOL website and decided to give it a try since 4 traps only cost $20. I have to confess I had doubts about this product. I followed the directions on the box and to my surprise, I had my first mole when I checked the traps 3 days later. No more repellents and baits for me. I'm going with what has proven to work. NOMOL for me.\r\n\r\n\r\n