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Bass Pro Shops Squeeze-Out Hook Remover

   

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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".

  • Removes hooks with a single squeeze
  • Pocket-sized
  • Length: 7"
Bass Pro Shops Squeeze-Out Hook Remover 4.6 5 160 160
Great for gut-hooked fish One of the worst feelings as a fisherman is when you catch a fish that you would prefer to release, but you can't because it's gut-hooked. You know it will not survive if you dig the hook out with needle nose pliers. This hook remover improves the odds tremendously. It's easy to use and works even on relatively small fish. I always have mine with me when I am fishing for trout, especially when I am bait fishing. May 13, 2014
Best Ever It is the best hook remover made. It don't hurt the fish at all, in which makes catch and release, much easier. June 23, 2014
not too good I was really hoping that these things would be helpful in de-hooking gut-hooked bass, but they really don't work well at all. I think I;ll stick with my long-handled forceps. June 23, 2010
Hook Remover This item works well with larger mouthed fish but did not work with the bluegills I caught. October 10, 2012
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In my experience yes
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yes, it works great on trebe hooks
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not always
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i have used it multiple times with treble hooks and it works just fine
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I don't use trebles but I I can't see a reason why it wouldn't work.
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You could add a treble, in place of the single trailer hook as long as you're not in the weeds. Bait is heavy enough that it's wouldn't be affected and will run true
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yes it will assist in the removal of treble hooks.
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yes, it works great getting the hook out big cat fish.
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I think it works better than pilars. you have better control of the hook and a better grip on it as well.
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Works well with cats and saves putting your fingers in their mouths.
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yes it'll pull a circle hook out of a catfish mouth with ease
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Yes, I used it on a 7lb+ channel cat, with no problems.
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Smaller cats-yes
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These rods will just about bring in any fish. They are very sturdy and a great value for the money.
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yes but I have not had any over 15lbs
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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
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Yes, it small enough to get in a small bluegill.
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most of the time
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deep hooks in a bluegill = cut the line
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Depending on the size of the bluegill it should. It's diameter is just a hair bigger than a Bic Pen.
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I doubt it would work on anything smaller than a crappie or perch.
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Diameter of tool is about 1/4 inch.
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i used it on a deep hooked perch i caught for bait without killing it the bluegill was about 6in long
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This is what I bought it for- bluegills!
If the shaft of the tool fits into the fishes
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I think these are the best removers out there. They pull hooks from all sizes of fish.
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I use small pliers instead. You just dont have enough room to maneuver. They are better for larger hooks or treble hooks.
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It should fit. You just wont have much room to move around.
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Simply grab the hook with the remover and pop it out. It is simple and won't harm the fish.
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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.
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VERY EASY TO USE. THERE IS A SMALL HOOK AT THE END YOUR HOOK GOES INTO. WHEN YOU PULL THE TRIGGER, IT TIGHTENS INTO A V SHAPE AT THE BASE OF THE TOOL AND HOLDS WELL UNTIL YOU GET THE HOOK OUT.
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this hook remover works great, simply squeese the handle and remove the hook
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Just bought it and used for the first time this weekend and loved it. Truly works to get the hard to reach hooks safely from fish mouth
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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.
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Place the tool around the hook and push down on the handle....easy..just like Bill Dance
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Not very well. Stick with long-handled forceps or needlenose pliers.
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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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Grasps the shaft or bend of the hook at a right angle (perpendicular) firmly so you can back the hook out with no slipping
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Hook goes into groove and you squeeze the grips that firmly grips the hook. Then you pop or twist the hook loose. Very Simple!
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