1. I hate when a hook gets stuck so deep in the poor fish and we can't get it out

    1. Earl Dhanse 0
      Hooks are cheap, just cut the line. Most hooks will dissolve by nature.
    2. Heidi C 0
      Got the video to work. Thanks Noah, very helpful info to know.
    3. Heidi C 0
      I couldn't get the link to work. YouTube has a black screen.
    4. Noah Shapiro 0
    5. Heidi C 0
      That's what I thought Noah. Makes me sad cause I said give it some water in between of trying to get the hook out and instead He just kept trying. Hope for better ...more circumstances next time.
    6. Noah Shapiro 0
      Yep, nonetheless if you're gonna release the fish you want to have a net, so you can give it water in between getting the hook out or photos. I only keep my ...more trout out of the water for ten seconds or less but you could probably with bluegills go 20-30.
    7. Gannon Walles 0
      They can live a long time out of water. But too long can stress them out and potentially kill them. Think of it as the fish can hold its breath as long as you can ...more hold yours.
    8. Heidi C 0
      How long can a fish be out of water before it dies? Thanks for the tips. Can't wait to learn more and get better at all this.
    9. Noah Shapiro 0
      You can also get long tweezers to both get the hook out and debarb
    10. Josh Sommerville 0
      Thats fishing. Its good to cull fish out of the lake👍
    11. Gannon Walles 0
      Use long shanked hooks. It makes it easier to get the deep ones out. And if you can't get it out without hurting the fish just cut the line to where it sticks ...more out of its mouth. It can still eat and the hook will rust out in less than a month.
    12. Jimbo Harwood 0
      that happens too some times.. happens to everyone.
    13. Heidi C 0
      It just kept going further down
    14. perry dunn 0
      I seen a little trick on you tube where the guy went in with a surgical nippers and turned the hook
    15. Heidi C 0
      I think it died ugh figures
    16. Jimbo Harwood 0
      it happens.. you can always cut the line... if its to deep so this way the fish lives. 🙂
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