Customer Reviews for CINCH Traps Mole Trap

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CINCH Traps Mole Trap

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    CINCH mole traps

    By John on 12/22/2013

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    While I'm sure they work fine, I am still struggling with the size of the hole that must be dug in order to allow the two traps to lie end to end to trap from both directions of the mole tunnel. I had to dig about a 14" x 14" square opening when I found the mound to be able to place the two traps next to each other. It leaves quite an open space when trying to cover back up and repair the grass, especially when it is in the middle of your lawn. I asked for smaller traps, but vendor said that I had the smallest. I wonder what the largest one looks like?

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  • 5 of 5 Stars

    The best traps for gophers

    By John on 11/09/2020

    I've been trapping gophers for over 20 years using these cinch traps: they are the best! Tey allow easier placement into the tunnels than Macabee traps and other "tunnel"-type traps. Be aware with any trap placement one has to dig up the ground to find the lateral tunnels, so many times you disturb the surround are significantly. However, if you keep good watch for fresh holes, then it's often very easy to clean out the hole and insert the long arm of the trap into the hole with the cocked arm visible. If a gopher trips the trap, the arm flips to a different position and tells you a gopher tripped the trap. Purchase the small cinch trap for garden gophers.

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