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Safely boat and handle every fish you catch with the Bass Pro Shops® Grip Master™ II. The Grip Master II fish-grabber features a strong polycarbonate shaft with comfortable rubber grip, and it comes complete with self-adjusting jaws, a slip-resistant handle, and an adjustable wrist wrap.

  • Polycarbonate shaft
  • Comfortable rubber grip
  • Self-adjusting jaws
Bass Pro Shops Grip Master II 4.5 5 69 69
Well worth $10 This product isn't anything fancy but it does just what it is designed to do... pick up small to medium sized toothy critters! I didn't need anything too expensive or too hefty as I fish for bass but occasionally I will catch a different species of fish where this tool comes in handy. I haven't had any problems landing fish with this product. Once the fish gripper is applied, the fish stay on until I'm ready to release them. I'm very pleased with my $10 purchase! April 24, 2010
Awsome piece of equipment I fish mainly for striper and hybrids. In the past i used a landing net. Fish were constantly twisting the hooks into my net. they are very strong fish, and it was dangerous to try to hold them. the BPS gripper made hook removal a snap. Once they were in the gripper I had full control of their head movement. I use the gripper to hold the fish while dehooking him in my net. worked twice as good as i had anticapated. A must for any aggressive fish. June 22, 2011
HANDY No matter what you fish for you need this. It can serve as a net if you don't have one and is helpful even if you do have a net. It can even be handy for bass if you have several treble hooks embedded right where you would normaly lip a bass and are afraid of getting hooked. And don't be afraid to use it on heavy fish, I have used it to land several muskie over thirty inches with no problem at all. It could easily land 20 pound plus fish. August 11, 2010
i use it for every bass i land i was born with one hand, so holding a bass by its lip and unhooking the fish proved to be a bit of a problem for me the first time i landed one haha. i mostly fish from shore... ive used rapala's fish gripper and that this is too bulky and heavy, but it works well, just not for me walking up n down shoreline. i bought this for waaaay cheaper and its perfect, light, simple to use and works just fine for me. June 24, 2010
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Based on the one I have I would say NO...a good day on the bay would trash these...
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Yes, it can be used in Saltwater. Just rinse it off with Fresh clean water after use.
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just spend the money and get a Boga Grip....it will save you $$$ in the long run.
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read the description
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11" x 1"
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About 12" by 1.25", great product.......buy two so you always have one, I should have bought them years ago and saved myself a lot of grief.
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How much does this weigh?

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Less than 1lb
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very light, maybe .25lbs do not buy this.
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Pretty close to .44 lbs according to my Rapala digital scale.
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use a boga grip
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Great for gripping fish and removing hooks in cold weather. as you know, nets don't work w/ice fishing, so this is great for lifting and removing larger fish from the hole.
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absolutely. that would be a very good use for this product; it can handle almost all types of fish.
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That should not be a problem
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Yes.............I use for all sizes of trout and the only problem I ever had was on small trout with their smaller mouths so solid placement in an ice hole is important.
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I have a hard time getting the fish out of the hole before he spits the hook.
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use a boga grip
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It would work just fine for that, but of course keep it from freezing up when you do so.
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does this hurt the fish?

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will it tear the lip? or hurt it in any other way
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no the jaws on the grip are rounded
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No damage to fish...great for catch & release
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No it want
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I TRUELY DON'T THINK SO. THE ENDS OF THE GRIPPER ARE ROUNDED TO PREVENT SUCH.
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Usually not.Does not hurt fish any worse than more expensive holders.
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No way will it hurt fish as edges are round and no skin is injured.
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It won´t hurt the fish any more than the hook that caught him, but lets face it, he´s being hung by his "lip", it´s gotta hurt some :)
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It did not tear the lip at all
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It won't tear the fish's lip, but I don't know if it hurts them.
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I don't use it when I have lip-hooked a fish. It is perfect for those deep hook sets that you simply can't get out. It will not harm the fish. I had a bass completely swallow a six-inch worm along with the hook. I removed the hook, recovered the worm and let the bass swim away unharmed.
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How long is this grip?

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I was wondering if this grip could fit in the top cavity of a hard tray style tackle box.
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It fits in both my Planos with plenty of space. It's about a foot long and two inches thick at the trigger.
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about 11 1/2 "
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ABOUT 11 INCHES. YES, I THINK IT WOULD FIT JUST FINE.
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It is about 10 inches long if the tackle box is it were big then yes but anything small it probably won't fit
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well i have a Plano® 1001 Tackle Box and it fits in the top of it easily and ive had that tackle box since i was 5
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I have a Plano that seems to fit your description, It doesn´t fit, but not only for the length of the grip but the width of the metal side handles, I store it at the bottom with other random stuff.
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yes. the total length is 11 1/2"
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Does this gripper swivel?

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Muskie and other fish tend to roll when ypu grip them. I need it to swivel so I wont injur the fish.
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No it want swivel
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It doesn't swivel on it's own, but just leave the strap around your wrist and it can roll if it needs to. The strap is made of stretchy shock cord, not a stiff strap.
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No it does not
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it doesn't swivel but i use the lanyard and let the gripper go it stays on my wrist and they can do their rolling
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No swivel
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thats true,maybe try some sort of pvc pipe cut to fit around the handle so it can rotate. good point though...
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It does not swivel.
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this one will not swivel
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It doesn't swivel but I didn't have any trouble. Use the lanyard for security and if they roll you let go. The grip doesn't loosen until you want it to...
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No. Can be held in one hand while you use the other hand to unhook the fish.
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NO. I HAVE NO TROUBLE AT ALL PULLING THE T BACK AND PLACING IT ON THE LOWER LIP.
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No . With a little practice you can hold rod or leader with one hand and operate holder with other hand.Its very easy to use.
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negative.
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Nope. I hold the fish and use the free hand to remove the hook. Piece of cake.
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no, one hand operation.
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One hand worked fine for me.
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I am able to use mine with one hand, the strap tightens to your wrist nicely for ease of use with one hand.
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No. Its one handed operation.
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Is it hard to use?

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Very easy to use...............recommended
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not at all. actually alot simpler than it seems
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Very easy to use.
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no not at all
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Not at all... but use the wrist lanyard for security.
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Not at all just pull back the trigger and clamp the fishes lower lip
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