Bass Pro Shops® Stainless Steel Hook Remover

   

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14-1/2"

  • 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 4 out of 5 by nice stuff easy to use , well made ,resistant enought, to be used with big size hooks, not working propelly with small hooks...... May 20, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Hook Remover Recently, had an opportunity to use the hook remover during a bass fishing tournament. The hook remover worked well making it easy to remove the hook fast, and without any harm to the fish. I'm a little disappointed in the quality and craftsmanship of the tool. The internal spring had rust on it when it arrived in the mail, and theres a lot of side to side play when the hook remover is compressed. I wish I could find the hook remover Bill Dance uses during his show. It's a little smaller, but appears to be of better quality. I guess you get what you pay for. March 1, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by As Advertised This product works as advertised. I wish i would have purchased the next size also. January 26, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Would not fish without it Works great even on Tuna over 100 pound , 50 pound wahoo and big tothed baracuda, No other tool can do the job like this one. I would never go on a big game fishing trip without one of these (and a spare) December 20, 2010
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Where do you grab the hook? Is it normal for the hook to spin when you clamp down?
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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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