Just move... Save yourself the pain!
If you amend your beds and have moles, you will continue to have them, period.
Here we don't have star nose moles, or aquatic moles, if you have these then I'm not sure how to deal with them.
You can buy all the traps you want, you might get a couple of the offenders but not enough to dent the populations.
To even stand a chance you need travel tunnels, my moles have such healthy feeding grounds here in my yard that they don't make straight travel tunnels, just snaking feeding tunnels
Poisons don't work... Moles don't eat corn or peanuts, poisoned or not... And they can tell the difference between a real worm and a plastic poison worm.
Their burrows are so extensive and winding that flooding them really only makes a mess, the moles don't like to dig in mud so they move elsewhere until things dry up a little, it's nearly impossible to drown them, their home tunnels usually go way down, then curve back up, just like beavers and ground hogs, it traps water and let's it drain off instead of flooding their nest... Same goes for the smoke bombs... The tunnels are just too extensive for the smoke to be effective...
If your really patient, you can setup a ladder or chair In your yard, careful walk down every tunnel, then mow your grass really low... Then carefully and oh so quietly, post up in your spot, and wait until you see the tunnels pushing back up, if you watch real close and wait long enough you'll see it!
If you do, stab a shovel down in front of the movement, moles can't back up very well, (but can move through open tunnels at 5mph, and can dig new tunnels at a rate of up to 2 mph(at that point you can stomp the daylights outta that spot and might kill the bugger, I use 2 shovels, one to block the tunnel and a spade to flip the mole out, then stomp the daylights out of them!
It won't fix the issue, but it'll fix that one mole good!
Might make you feel better, that's about all.
It is possible to train a dog to hunt them in your yard, that's the only way that I know of to fully eliminate the problem... But then you have a dog to deal with...
Moles are most active right after sun up til around 10-11 am and then again around dusk, they go down deep during the heat of the day.
The good news is, they do help your soil by churning it and adding air and organic matter... Organic matter from all the plants they shred with those massive razor sharp claws!