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SteveLSU35
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Shreveport
Member since Mar 2004
12166 posts

Moles
I’ve done the traps. They work sporadically. I’ve used the pellets... no idea. I’ve used poisonous gummy worms. They did ok, but they are back again.

What do y’all do?


LSUEnvy
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Hou via Lake Chuck
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re: Moles
Interested as well, haven’t tried the gummy worms yet.


GeauxTime9
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Baton Rouge, La
Member since Dec 2010
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I’m curious as well frickers are tearing my front yard up.


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Sidicous
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Middle of Nowhere
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re: Moles
Image: https://i.imgur.com/4ktpOeW.jpg


and the next morning after install:
Image: https://i.imgur.com/CIn0HsA.jpg


Parents brought me 2 of these things. Within hours of installing them the moles had come running to investigate the noises they make. Over the next week they almost buried this one and the other was getting some attention from them too.

What got rid of the moles was the stray dog that was apparently also attracted to the sounds these devices make. The dog dug up and ate the moles.

Verdict: stray dog eating moles > Solar Mole Chaser



tenfoe
Member since Jun 2011
4741 posts

re: Moles
Get a blue heeler.


unclejhim
LSU Fan
Jackson.La.
Member since Nov 2011
1326 posts

re: Moles
I'll rent out my black lab. He's gotten pretty good at catching the little buggers.


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chs73
Member since May 2017
8 posts

re: Moles
Doxie will do a good job on them to.


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speckledawg
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Somewhere Salty
Member since Nov 2016
1262 posts

re: Moles
Outdoor cat and feed it sparingly. Took care of our mole problem in 2 weeks.


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Barneyrb
Arkansas Fan
NELA
Member since May 2016
1566 posts

re: Moles
If I had moles I would have one of these

Wak-a-Mole


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bhtigerfan
Baton Rouge
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re: Moles
quote:

What got rid of the moles was the stray dog that was apparently also attracted to the sounds these devices make. The dog dug up and ate the moles. 

Verdict: stray dog eating moles > Solar Mole Chaser 
Image: https://media.tenor.co/images/e82c2cd09db0bf410917cda2ef22ffd4/raw


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celltech1981
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since Jul 2014
2910 posts

re: Moles
I have a 15 lb terrier roaming the yard at will. The yard looked like a wwI battlefield at first but now you can see where the moles dig to the edge of the yard but don't come in it.


JoePepitone
LSU Fan
Waffle House #1494
Member since Feb 2014
4837 posts

re: Moles
I had a mole problem until my neighbor got an outside cat. Moles disappeared shortly thereafter.


Nawlens Gator
Florida Fan
louisiana
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Our outside cat would kill them and leave them at the back door. Our rat terrier (RIP) kept the moles gone on our property and 2 of our neighbors yards.



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3morereps
Illinois Fan
The Gym
Member since Jun 2015
3652 posts

re: Moles
I had Voles in Illinois and tried everything. The only thing tbat ended up working a getting a cat. The cat wiped them out in no time


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cgrand
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
HAMMOND
Member since Oct 2009
12673 posts

re: Moles
Me too except she's 10lbs wet.
she's cleared seven acres in about 6 months, the best is when she brings them to you still squeaking


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