Booms Fishing R1 Stainless Steel Fish Hook Remover Extractor, 11-1/2 inches
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- Work in saltwater and freshwater : Made by stainless steel when you going fishing whether saltwater or freshwater you can use it
- Easy to use : Spring loaded handle and 11-1/2” for one hand can remove the hooks clearly and quickly
- Save your hook : When the fish swallows your hooks and stay in deep throat it is difficult to remove the hook with a pliers ,but it works well for its slim
- Save your finger: If you practice catch and release, this hook remover can keep the fish in the water and remove the hook immediately without hurt by hooks
- Lifetime guarantee: hassle-free money back for non-artificial damage.Booms Fishing promises for 100% satisfaction to our every customer
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R01 FISH HOOK REMOVER
Booms Fishing Focus on Fishing Tools and Accessories ! We insist on making fishing easy !
With Booms Fishing, getting a hook out of a fish will not be a problem. If you target to medium and large fish like muskie or shark, this R01 Hook Remover will save your fingers from bites and scrapes. Even more importantly, it also reduces fish injuries.
Stainless Steel Body
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Date First Available : December 31, 2015
- Manufacturer : Booms Fishing
- ASIN : B01A140CQ6
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I think I picked this particular one rather similar others based on the ratings & reviews. Makes me suspect reviews and ratings. The design of this as far as that goes ensures the grip is strong. HOWEVER mine arrived with some pretty awful bends in it where the jaws don't close well at all. Crooked. From a distance you can't tell but up close it's quite malformed. Which tells me the quality control is not good. I think if it were a shipping bend, it wouldn't have looked like that.
I consider this tool, not precision by any means but the build jigs that are used to make it either are damaged or the people running it aren't quite working it well. And it's not just with the overall frame, even the hinge pin holding the jaws was bent. It's a quarter inch steel pin, I don't know how it's bent except for in the machining or assembly process. I don't even think you could bend that pin putting stress on it from use. I think it was just bad assembly. Annoying because it's crooked where you need it connecting well, which is at the jaws for grabbing a fishhook.
Another comment about the design in general. The grip is a bit too spread out. I have relatively large hands and it's hard to get a hold of it. I think because of it's shape and texture it'd be better if the grips were closer together to hold. the metal isn't razor sharp but again they aren't going to arrived with smooth or chamfered edges. A lot of people don't like this problem with computer cases because you can cut yourself. That may happen here.
By Rachel S. on June 5, 2020
My needle nose pliers work better. Caught 1 Spsnish, 2 Kings and a Barracuda and all 3 gave me hell with treble hook removal of artificial lure.
When it breaks, ir's going in trash and never to be bought again.