Victor® Out O'Sight Mole Trap
- Professional's mole trap of choice
- Metal jaws for superior strength and durability
- Equipped with safety pin for secure and safe operation
- Moving parts are kept completely below the ground for safety
- Can be used in all soil types and is ideal for sandy soil
- Available Sizes: 1-Trap, 3-Traps, and 6-Traps
Victor® OUT O'SIGHT® Mole Trap - 6 Traps
Get rid of destructive moles and protect your yard with this durable, weather-resistant mole trap. As the professional’s trap of choice, the Victor® OUT O'SIGHT® Mole Trap is backed by years of proven field results.
The trap effectively kills moles without the use of chemicals or poisons. The OUT O'SIGHT® Mole Trap features metal jaws for superior strength and durability (setting levers are included).
It comes fully assembled and with a sure-fire design for use in any soil type and is ideal for sandy soil. Additionally, the OUT O'SIGHT® trap is equipped with a safety clip for secure operation. Each trap comes with illustrated operating instructions on setting and placement.
Ideally, this mole trap should be placed into the tunnel and covered with dirt. It is because of this placement that traps works best for moles, since their natural instinct is to reopen the tunnel. In clearing the tunnel, they will push up on the trigger, releasing the powerful trap.
Spring is the best time to trap moles because newly-made surface tunnels are easy to spot. However, moles can be trapped during any season except in very cold or dry weather.
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