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CHL Grubs on Trapper Hooks! All C&R! #14362478 05/08/22 02:31 AM
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Tried Those Unusual Shaped Trapper Hooks!

On this day I used several different rigs and all fish were released. I did notice the hooked fish didn't show any signs of stress or had hook generated tearing where the hook penetrated. So i'm guessing it's a good hook style to use if you want to release your catch safely afterwards. Just had to try a few as it's an offbeat type of design. And i found taking the hooks back out to be easy & fast so less damage was incurred to the fish.

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Re: CHL Grubs on Trapper Hooks! All C&R! [Re: Scuba Chris] #14362527 05/08/22 04:49 AM
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