A must see for every boat owner! How to remove a fish hook video!

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  1. sueno

    sueno Go Fishing!

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    Well it happen to me! Big X-rap in the leg!!
    Better be safe then sorry!


     
  2. bayfisher86

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    Buried an X-Rap 20 with brand new Owner 4x trebles on it in my arm a few weeks ago at the barge. The removal trick wasnt gonna work, so myself an Zach(Newports Bait Attendant) spent 45min with a knife widening the hole an sliding it out backwards. Not exactly fun!
     
  3. sueno

    sueno Go Fishing!

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    It's a good idea to have a excellent pair of cutters both big and small to cut a hook if you have too!
     
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    mullet Metal Fabricator

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    I carry an 18" pair of bolt cutters on my boat.
     
  5. Caballito

    Caballito Richard

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    I think that a sausage would have worked for the demo.
     
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    Or this method for facial extractions...

     
  7. Paddywagon Pete

    Paddywagon Pete Newbie

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    So, use step three to get to step one. I like. Glad he sanitized the hooks first. Probably should have sharpened them first tho. Sure seems those hooks go in a lot easier when its not intended.
     
  8. bayfisher86

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    Bolt cutters definitely would have helped. Ive been looking for a good smaller pair to keep on the boat
     

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