I believe that these traps are the best on the market for the job. They are well made and work better than any other traps that I've used in years of trapping.
The Mole Spring Trap is a poison free, fast and effective way to protect your lawn and garden in front of moles. The trap has a double ended trap for maximum efficiency and a strong spring action. The spring trap is one of the most powerful mole traps available and is very easy to install. These kinds of traps work best in stone-free soil.
Please Note: This is a catch and kill trap. For humane mole deterrents please see our alternative products below.
Unlike others on the market, the PestBye Mole Traps arrive in a plastic bag, the contents of which have never been touched by human skin. Moles can be deterred by the human scent, and so at PestBye we aim to manufacture traps that have never been in contact with humans. Throughout the manufacture gloves are worn to prevent contact with the trap. Following manufacture gloved hands pack the traps into these plastic bags, the very same of which you will receive your order in. This means that throughout the entire process of packing, despatching and delivery, no human conatct is made. If you wear gloves whilst unpacking and setting the trap, there should be no adverse effects and this mole trap will hopefully prove to be successful. This is the PestBye No Human Contact guarantee.
We recommend the use of plastic gloves for that added layer of hygiene whilst cleaning and resetting traps. A hand trowel will be ideal for digging the trap into place.
"Just what I was looking for."
Reviewed Thursday, 2 February 2017
"Worked within a couple of hours."
Reviewed Monday, 31 October 2016
Reviewed Thursday, 20 October 2016
Reviewed Monday, 3 October 2016
"Good trap, I should know I tested it on my finger!"
Reviewed Thursday, 18 August 2016
"Very swift-delivered early."
Reviewed Sunday, 17 July 2016
Reviewed Tuesday, 5 July 2016
Reviewed Tuesday, 14 June 2016
"Very easy transaction , fast delivery would recommend"
Reviewed Tuesday, 7 June 2016
Reviewed Friday, 6 May 2016