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Old 09-24-2019, 10:04 AM
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SO i took my friend out fishing, ( he is very experienced ) tolling for tuna/marlin etc..... so troll bite was slow so we decided to tile fish, i explaind that the weight needs to be in rod holder so he doesn't bust the gelcoat, or get a hook threw his hand, so he catches 4 nice fish and hes having a good old time, then i here o fuc@@@#@#@ k , he got a circle hook threw his thumb, my van stalls wouldnt cut it, what do you guys use, and is their a pair of gloves that would prevent this if worn ??? thanks
Old 09-24-2019, 10:12 AM
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https://www.muskytackleonline.com/bu...cherhookcutter
8" Bolt cutters Depot does not carry them but others might.
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Old 09-24-2019, 10:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Geno67 View Post

I am ER Doc in Tampa... This is the exact technique I use for hooks in bodies unless it's all the way through, then you clip the eye or barb and fish it through.
Old 09-24-2019, 10:37 AM
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thats interesting but this was a large circle hook, and its deep almost out other side,
Old 09-24-2019, 10:43 AM
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Vice grips model XXXWR has wire/bolt cutter.

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Old 09-24-2019, 10:45 AM
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I added a small bolt cutters to the first aid kit after seeing similar threads here on THT. Thankfully (knock on wood) haven't needed it yet.

Also add some Hibiclens (chlorhexidine gluconate) to clean the hook and wound site before and after pulling the hook out.
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Originally Posted by theman1990 View Post
I am ER Doc in Tampa... This is the exact technique I use for hooks in bodies unless it's all the way through, then you clip the eye or barb and fish it through.
Use the same technique. Works great! Have had success on hooks to 8/0. For small hooks, I don’t even numb them as the lidocaine probably hurts more. Nothing worse than when patients come in with a hook that would have been easily removed, but they cut it off flush with their skin.
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Originally Posted by Geno67 View Post
can confirm firsthand this is the move.
Old 09-24-2019, 11:35 AM
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18" bolt cutter from Harbor Freight is $11.99
Bigger is better. Hibiclenz or peroxide is good
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OK, I'll admit I have done this several times over the years. For typical Jhooks I can attest to the vid technique is magical (many times over).

For circles and big larger hooks, we ALWAYS had a hefty wire or bolt cutter on board. It only takes one time to go Darwin and keep a pair on the boat. The bugger is when (if) you need to pull that circle through the skin with pliers to cut it.
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and texas that is exactly what happened, the tip of the circle was just poking threw, i tried to get it out, we didnt want to leave, we just got our drift going good, and they were hungry,
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https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N74RCAA/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_image_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N74RCAA/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_image_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1



these are the ones I bought for my kit. I didn't want full size bolt cutters taking up room and rusting all over the place. I plan to vacuum seal these and keep in my first-aide kit. These aren't the cheapest but I don't get along with cheap tools and if the hook is in me I want it clipped smoothly.
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Originally Posted by critt77matt View Post
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1



these are the ones I bought for my kit. I didn't want full size bolt cutters taking up room and rusting all over the place. I plan to vacuum seal these and keep in my first-aide kit. These aren't the cheapest but I don't get along with cheap tools and if the hook is in me I want it clipped smoothly.
This is exactly what I was about to post. Same link too..... I have a couple pair and they work significantly better than the kobalt mini bolt cutters..
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Orthopedic surgeon. If the hook is not through, use the fishing line/string technique. If the hook is fully through, then clip the hook to do the removal. And,yes,ouch either way.
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Been using the Knipex 8 inch for years at work and purchased this pair due to the notch to keep the larger hooks from sliding out. Tried them on different size hooks and they work great. Also have a pair of folding large bolt cutters that are oiled and then vacuum sealed to keep in the tool box just in case.

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Old 09-25-2019, 04:48 PM
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Sometimes bolt cutters are a no go, gotta cut it out...
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Just leave it in there. I see people with all kinds of jewelry sticking out of their body. Why not s hook.
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We were about 30 miles off Suwannee when we had a 15lb red grouper inhale all three barbs on the front hook of a stretch 30. I thought I had whacked him sufficiently with the fish bat, but apparently did not do a very good job.

He then proceeded to flounce around and sink two of the three barbs on the tail hook deep into the heel of my hand. So, now he's still flouncing about but now he's hooked up to me while I'm coaching a 10 year old in where to hit the fish to finish him off.

" Uh, try not to hit the lure again, son"

For the general edification of the forum, the string trick doesn't work too well in multi-hook situations, but a good sharp pocketknife does...

There is now a small set of bolt cutters on my boat.
"Too soon old, too late smart"
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A week ago last Sunday I caught a wahoo that fought back. When it jerked one hook on a Yozuri Bonita into my hand the other hook was still in its jaw. I fell on the fish and removed the second hook without further damage. A few years ago when a friend had a similar experience I ordered some small bolt cutters to keep aboard. At the time I tried them on a 9/0 Mustad 7732 and was able to get through it with two hands. No way on the Bonita hook with one. Nor could the capitan of a nearby dive boat with two. I was fishing alone on the Pacific outside Mag Bay about 50NM from where I launched so I got to wear the hook for about three hours until I could get back ashore and to a friend with some bigger bolt cutters. I ordered a pair of 14" cutters the next day.....



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