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Old 11-26-2009, 03:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Calbassin.com and its owners and moderators are not responsible for any damage caused by failed attempts and damage to a person doing the following procedure as shown in this video. This is informative only. Attempt this at your own risk. Do not attempt at all if hook is lodged near eyes, arteries or sexual organs.

Watch this video to find out the proper method to remove a hook. A mistake they make in this video is not removing the other two treble hooks. If you have a lure with more than one treble and a diagonal cutter on board, cut the split ring and remove all the hooks from the lure. This will prevent the other hooks from engaging the skin on the jerking out of the embedded hook. Always carry a diagonal cutter on board.

Notice that a second person holds the shank of the hook parallel to the hand. This prevents the hook shank from rotating up and jerking out a hunk of meat. Try to use 50 lb test line and above. Be sure to press the shank of the hook firmly against the skin.

Removal of hook embedded in skin.



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