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A squeeze is all it takes to remove even deep-down hooks from your catch— even those with small mouths. Our Bass Pro Shops® pocket-sized tool is safe and humane; makes catch-and-release easy! Length: 7".
Bass Pro Shops® Squeeze Out Hook Remover
Maybe I'm the problem
Tried it bluegill fishing and apparently don't know how to use this and there are no instructions with it and I wonder why. Maybe the manufacter doesn't know how to work it either
June 25, 2012
I carry this tool along with a pair of needle nose pliers. Had a small bass engulf a lure an took both treble hooks in the mouth, the problem was I couldn't get the fishs mouth open enough to disengage the hooks. Used this tool and it worked like a charm. Great tool in my opinion
June 22, 2012
Handy gadget to remove deeply hooked fish with minimal damage. Holds hook securely for easy disengagement.
June 19, 2012
I purchased this item for my wife and I and this darn thing really works well. Every angler should own at least two,cause theyre S W E E T
June 16, 2012
My kids wait too long to set the hook and it's difficult to get the hooks out of those little bluegill mouths when they're deep. Looks like a nice design concept, just curiousif it's small enought to fit in a small bluegill's mouth
Just put it in the fish's mouth down to the hook. Hook the loop on the end of the hook remover around the hook and squeeze the two handles together to grip the hook. Twist or push it and remove the hook.
You grasp the hook at the bend and push straight back. Where you used to use your fingers to get into the bend of the hook, the tool does the work for you without you getting a hook into a finger. The tool can get closer to the point of hook entry into the fishes flesh.
It has a small 'hook' protruding out of a tube. You 'hook' the fish hook that is down the throat of the fish and pull with two fingers and that traps the fish hook very solidly against the end of the tube. Now you have all the leverage and grip that you need to twist the fish hook just right to easily get it free and out of the fish mouth. Anyone can do it.
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