day 11 – SAFETY CATCH & RELEASE TOOLS

day 11 – SAFETY CATCH & RELEASE TOOLS

show special: $18.95 Baker hookout hxss hook remover

This was going to be another big show special at the PISC. We were able to get our hands on a bunch of these heavy duty hook removers. These would be great on your boat, great for big game species, fantastic on charter boats, great for places where a longer reach is needed, and lastly for all of you that catch really big fish (in real life or your dreams!)

Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel is ideal for fresh and saltwater fishing. 

Catch and release safely

Large hand grips for easy operation and superior control

Securely holds wide range of hook sizes

Retail value $32.95

 

20 % off all other dehookers & tools

 

 

The Fish grip & Fish grip jr

We have carried this tool in the shop for many years now and is by far the best selling tool we have. Kay was a huge fan and “coerced” many fishermen into getting this tool. The Fish Grip is a tool that fits you and the fish. It is comfortable to hold, has a wrist lanyard, and FLOATS! With an over the center locking & and unique jaw design as well as being made from durable plastic and metal it is also an effective tool to have in your possession while fishing. MADE IN THE USA!

THE FISH GRIP: RETAIL $15.99 AVAILABLE IN 5 COLORS SHOWN. BLUE, GREEN, GLOW-IN-THE-DARK, ORANGE, AND ALL AMERICAN(ONLY 1 LEFT OF THIS ONE!)

 

THE FISH GRIP JR: RETAIL $11.99 AVAILABLE IN 3 COLORS SHOWN. ORANGE, BLUE, GLOW-IN-THE-DARK.

 

THE FISH GRIP HOLSTER $11.99 (ONLY 2 LEFT!)

SOME CATCH & RELEASE INFO:

  1. SOME SIMPLE STEPS YOU CAN TAKE TO PROPERLY RELEASE YOUR FISH
    • Use wet hands when handling a fish or a rubberized landing nets from boats and from areas where there is a steep drop off like jetties. This helps maintain the natural slime coat of the fish.
    • Hold the fish horizontally whenever possible since this is the way fish naturally swim through. If you can don’t remove the fish from the water or make that time out of the water as short as possible. Never drop a fish onto a hard surface. Place the head first into the water which helps push water through the mouth and gills and helps resuscitate the fish. Sometimes if the fish is exhausted a little more is needed so holding it under the belly with one hand and the bottom lip or tail and facing it into the current will give the fish just a little more time to safely come around.
    • Keep your fingers away from the gills and eyes of the fish. Protecting their vital areas goes a long way to ensuring survival.
    • If needed, use a release tool like a dehooker to minimize handling. Which led us to today’s deal!

THANKS AGAIN FOR TUNING IN,

TEAM SURFLAND

IN THE SHOP DAILY 10-4 BEHIND CLOSED DOORS!

Liz Cowie
ermc@comcast.net
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