Bass Pro Shops® Stainless Steel Hook Remover


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  • 420 stainless steel tube and plunger
  • Non-slip molded handle
  • Spring loaded
These Bass Pro Shop Stainless Steel Hook Removers are ideal when trying to remove deeply sunk hooks and hooks from tooth-filled mouths. The Hook Remover’s tube and plunger are both made from quality 420 stainless steel for durability, while a non-slip molded handle provides a better and safer grip. Spring loaded for easy use. Wrist lanyard included.
Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hook Removal tool Though I have not used mine as of yet, my fishing partner has the same item and has used it a lot. For hooks deep into the fishes throat, literally reach the end of the tool in the fishes mouth, grab onto the hook with the plunger and give a quick short jerk downward, and back and hook comes right out. May 28, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Recycle bin material The caliber of the tube on this hook remover is so thin, that it will not survive the first day you use it, unless you use it exclusively to remove sabiki hooks. Mine bent on the first use when removing a hook from a small snapper, and it bent so bad after the second snapper, that i simply threw it in the trash.. Only rescued it to take a picture and submit this review. I really like BassPro Shops, but i feel truly dissapointed that they will sell such a bad product. February 9, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Broke the 1st time I used it The handel that you push to engage the hook remover bent then broke the 1st time I used it to de hook a Baracuda.... I will be returning to Bass Pro in person and going with a different Brand. August 3, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Disappointed by poor trigger quality I bought the piece intending to use it to unhook striped bass that swallowed a live bait. It grips the hook well, but the "trigger" has bent approx halfway to the base after unhooking only about 20 fish. I have bent the trigger back several times, and expect it to break from fatigue shortly. Not Bass Pro Shop quality, in my experience. June 22, 2012
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Where do you grab the hook? Is it normal for the hook to spin when you clamp down?
2 years, 1 month ago
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The beak will hold the hook where you want it - simply pull the trigger when in the desired place. The hook should not spin (don't know how it could if embedded in the fish' throat?
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