Bass Pro Shops® Emergency Hook Remover Kit
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Ensure you're able to get patched-up and quickly get your rod back in the water in the event you catch yourself with this complete Bass Pro Shops Emergency Hook Remover Kit. This Hook Remover Kit includes one hook extractor tool, two alcohol pads, two iodine pads, two gauze pads, two plastic bandages, one carry pouch and one set of instructions with illustrations.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 6
Rated 5 out of 5 by huntingandfishingguy looks complete
i purchased this product cause its not if but when is it gona happen and so i got these just incase the kit looks very complete if all goes well when i need it im looking forward to bying some more
August 8, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by fishhooked Fishhook Removal
The fishing string used to remove hooks is not strong. There is a better product on the market. Unimpressed with this product from Bass Pro Shops.
January 26, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by sealdad Help
Wish I had one of these before would have saved me alot of pain.This looks so simple to use I am almost looking forward to the next time I yank a hook into my finger
October 11, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Basman A must for your tackle box or boat
I bought three of these kits about a year ago after having a treble hook in the thumb requiring a trip to the ER. I give one to my brother, placed one in my boat and one in my tackle box. I read the instructions at the time I received them and was more than a little skeptical; it sounded much to easy.
Then this last weekend fishing with my brother and a friend, a walleye my friend caught got loose from him, flopped around in the back of the boat and my friend got one hook of a treble buried in his leg. Not pretty. He got the fish off the lure. Then we cut the split ring holding the hook to take the weight of the lure off the hook. I remembered to leave the hook intact to use this kit. He assumed we were going to have to bring him to the hospital.
My brother broke out his kit and I read over the instructions twice and then gave it a try. It took about 30 seconds of prep work and a then at the final step the hook flew out into the lake. My friend swears the removal didn't hurt any worse then having the hook there in the first place! Talk about three happy fishermen.
September 7, 2010
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