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Bass Pro Shops Fish Hook Disgorger

   

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This Bass Pro Shops® Fish Hook Disgorger is a must for removing hooks from fish with teeth or deeply-hooked fish. Ends are different diameters to let it work for panfish, trout, bass and large game fish. 7''.

  • Great for removing hooks from toothy fish
  • Ends are different diameters
  • Size: 7"
Bass Pro Shops Fish Hook Disgorger 4.3 5 11 11
Good, But Hard To Use This is a good tool, for $1, this is good if the fish is barely on, but if the hook is deep, it is harder to use and takes a while without pliers. Good for panfish, but not for bigger fish. January 11, 2008
Piece of junk! I bought this hook remover tool recently and on the first attempt to remove a hook, CRACK! the plastic broke. Don't bother using this piece of junk, even though it is cheap. June 24, 2009
Well worth the money These things work great! Just guide it down the line, push, and presto, the fish falls off. October 31, 2011
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Does this work

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on fish that have swallowed bait? IE Powerbait, salmon eggs, etc...

I do a bit of trout fishing and always catch and release.
4 years, 3 months ago
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Have used in on Salmon and never had a problem releasing a fish, works great
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I, too, do a lot of trout fishing and I can tell you that in my experience this product is not meant for smaller hooks. They can easily be broken.
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I currently use one, but I have found a time or two that I wish it was longer. If it does, how can I get a couple of them?
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 - Troy Mo.
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Not at this time, we do not offer a longer length.
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 - springfield, mo
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size and material

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how big is it and what is it...foam? hard plastic
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it is hard plastic but i could never get it to work
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Made from plastic and measures 7".
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how do you use it.
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 - south carolina
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You insert the line into the slot and slide the tool all the way down to the hook, Push down with slightly fast motion and the hook comes out.
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