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 3 out of 5 by Very average I have used these pliers for about 2 years now offshore fishing. The plastic/rubber handles rotate freely/slip and are a pain. The tool is rusting a reasonable amount even though I spray WD40 on it after use. The thin wall tubing for the body is bent and mis-shapen. It is time to replace them with a better quality pair like a Rapala or similar. On the plus side they work pretty well at removing hooks. October 20, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 great item this is the first time I have used a hook remover and I love it. What I like most is not having to touch the fish because I only "catch and release" and not messing with the slime helps the fish. I simply grab the hook with the remover and turn it and most of the time the fish just drops offr. Super tool July 5, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by good product Great product. I should have bought a longer one. Buy it for a budget hook removal tool June 14, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Worst purchase in a while This product was a complete let down. First trip (3 days) and the product is rusting horribly. Not to mention when I try to use it the forehandle twists around in my hand.I finally just took the plastic cover off that part of the handle. This is not something a guy needs in is boat. I'm very upset with the purchase and if gas wasn't $4.09 a gallon I would take it back. July 23, 2008
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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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