Sweeney's® Mole Trap by Victor
Win the war on moles with one of the best mole traps you’ll ever have the pleasure of owning. This easy-to-set plunger mole trap features all steel construction for superior strength and durability and is powder coated, ensuring years of reusable applications. The trap comes fully assembled and is equipped with a safety pin for secure and safe operation. Learn for yourself why this is the most effective mole trap available on the market.
Where to set a mole trap
Selecting the proper area to set a mole trap is essential to successfully getting rid of moles in your yard. Traps must be set in active tunnels. To locate a tunnel with mole activity, walk on the tunnels to flatten them. Revisit the tunnels after 24-48 hours. Tunnels that have been raised are an indicator of mole activity and a good place to set the mole trap.
View video for instructions on how to set a Sweeney’s® Mole Trap by Victor:
How to set a Sweeney’s® Mole Trap
- STEP 1-Push down the area over an active tunnel with your fist to reduce tunnel size.
- STEP 2-Push trap down until the SPEARS are completely in the ground and the ACTIVATOR PLATE is touching the indented area. Make sure LEGS do not block the tunnel. Raise and lower the trap until the SPEARS move freely through the ground.
- STEP 3-With the SPEARS all the way in the ground, move the trap LATCH LEVER outside of the CATCH.
- STEP 4-While holding the mole trap down, pull upward on the HANDLE until the LATCH LEVER moves inside the CATCH. Slowly release the handle until the latch lever is "set."
- STEP 5-Trap is ready. Check to make sure ACTIVATOR PLATE is against the ground. It may be necessary to push the trap firmly until the ACTIVATOR PLATE is in contact with the ground.
Sweeney's® - Every Weapon You Need to Protect Your Lawn!TrapsPoisonsGranular & Spray RepellentsSonic Spike RepellentsMode of ActionEase of UseUsage InstructionsSafety InformationReusableWeather ResistantBatteries Required30-Day WarrantyKills; Spears or pinches the mole or gopherModerateLocate active tunnel, place and set trapNo chemicals or poisons, use with caution around children and petsKills; Poisons the mole or gopherEasyLocate active tunnel, place bait in tunnelDo not use around children and petsRepels; Castor oil contaminates the tunnel and the mole or gopher's food sourceEasyLocate active area, spray/shake directly from container, water-in with hoseNo chemicals or poisons, safe to use around children and petsRepels; Sonic pulses repel the mole and gopherEasyLocate active tunnel, place spike near tunnelNo chemicals or poisons, safe to use around children and pets
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Sweeney's® Mole Trap by Victor
- Plunger-style mole trap
- All steel construction for superior strength and durability
- Powder coated for long lasting application
- Equipped with safety pin for secure and safe operation
- Spears are located below the ground surface, safely away from children and pets
- No chemicals or poisons
Made in the U.S.A.
Disclaimer: Victorpest.com does not endorse any information contained in product reviews. Please follow all label instructions for your specific use.Sweeney's® Mole Trap by Victor - 1 Trap is rated out of 5 by 15.Rated 1 out of 5 by D111 from spend your money elsewhere Feels flimsy and poorly made. Does not want to latch properly, nor remain latched once forced. Refuses to support its own weight without setting itself off. Very disappointed with this purchase.Date published: 2016-07-21Rated 1 out of 5 by Jccc from No good Have used for a week now any moles dig around the traps. I either have the smartest moles in Orlando or the traps don't work.Date published: 2015-09-03Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Amazon Review, Best mole trap ever Lived up to the its expectations. Set it the first day, within 24hs. had one mole. Set again about 8hr. later got a second one.If set right this trap will get every mole you have.Date published: 2013-12-19Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Amazon Review, Best mole trap ever Lived up to the its expectations. Set it the first day, within 24hs. had one mole. Set again about 8hr. later got a second one.If set right this trap will get every mole you have.Date published: 2013-12-19Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Amazon Review, Worked right away Tried many techniques to get rid of a mole for about a month. Bought this as a last resort. Setup the product as instructed and mole was captured in under an hour after trap was put in place.Date published: 2013-07-17Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Amazon Review, Worked right away Tried many techniques to get rid of a mole for about a month. Bought this as a last resort. Setup the product as instructed and mole was captured in under an hour after trap was put in place.Date published: 2013-07-17Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Amazon Review Because this is the best trap, I bought a second one. I bought one of these a couple of years ago and it worked perfectly, so I just bought another. I also bought one that is another brand. So now I have three traps set. I'm finally whacking those little monsters! The price was good and it arrived quickly. It works well, and based on the old one, it will last a long time.Date published: 2012-07-10Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Amazon Review, Sweeneys Mole Trap Works Great I'm on Amazon to purchase 3 more of these traps because my 2 local national hardware chains do not carry them anymore. There are 2 advantages of the Sweeney over others of the same type. 1)It does not rust like the others. 2) One of the spikes that support the trap in the ground (not the spikes that kill the mole) is turned sideways, making a wider path for the mole to come into, allowing him to be well under the "kill" spikes when the mechanism is sprung. Yes, the mole is killed, not trapped. And alas, the spikes just wounded one mole, and I had to finish him off. Ugh. But I digress. The trick with this type trap is to make certain that the portion of the tunnel where the trap is set is pressed down firmly so that the mole going through will actually push up the ground under the trap. Also, especially when the ground is hard, it is difficult to depress the support spikes deep enough so that the "trigger plate" is at ground level, a must if you want it to actually release as the mole goes through. To overcome this, I make a channel in the ground where each support spike will be located by pounding a chisel into the ground (and then pulling it out of course). Then you can easily depress the support spikes far enough into the ground so that the trigger plate is at ground level. One final clue. Before you pull your sprung trap out of the ground, depress the tunnel area where the mole came from. That way, if the trap spikes nabbed only a non-lethal part of the mole, you can stab him before he runs back through the tunnel. Ugh again.Date published: 2012-07-04
Is there a video on how the Trap works or how to set in up