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February 2018

January 2018 On a couple of days this month I had problems with my traps freezing,  which caused them to fail. I have never had this problem before and I think I should have avoided placing them in the late evening when the temperature was dropping rapidly to below...

Mole Blog Autumn 2017

June2017 Visited a beautiful old house and grounds in the Turners Hill , Crawley Down area. July 2017 Mister Mole and his friends have been very active during this part of the Summer through the Surrey, Sussex and Kent area I cover. August 2017 Amazing bag of Moles...

Mole Blog March 2017

The East Grinstead Molecatcher was working in the the Forest Row, Hartfield, Withyham, Danehill, Rotherfield , Mayfield area this week ! One site, which  included a large paddock had half a dozen active moles. What was amusing was further down the country lane a large...

January 2017  Mole Blog

Questioned  by the Police near Crawley as a potential terrorist! I was working about 3 miles from Gatwick Airport, laying mole traps on a road-verge that lay underneath the main flight path. All of a sudden I was aware of two uniformed Police Officers standing only a...

A Very Quick Mole !

A Very Quick Mole ! Last week I was setting mole traps on a large lawn near Felcourt, a short distance from Felbridge, Surrey. There were two separate clusters of mole activity. I had set one trap and moved on to set another when I heard a faint click. I checked my...

December

April, May and June 2016 were very wet in the East Grinstead area and I got far fewer mole-catching jobs than I usually do at this time of year. If the ground becomes wet and waterlogged the moles will move on to drier ground. Moles can swim very well and will put up...