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Most Bass will survive being deep hooked if you cut the line. #8985951 05/30/13 02:52 PM
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I have found if the line is cut close the fish will dissolve the hook most of the time.
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Re: Most Bass will survive being deep hooked if you cut the line. [Re: WillCFish on the tube] #8985997 05/30/13 03:03 PM
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I've always heard this, but I wonder how long it actually takes to disolve a hook. If a hook it stuck just right, the fish can't eat, or eating may pull the hook deeper. I've got some tricks to get deep hooks out, but some you just can't.




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Re: Most Bass will survive being deep hooked if you cut the line. [Re: WillCFish on the tube] #8986001 05/30/13 03:04 PM
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Caught a bass that had line coming out of its mouth. It was attached to a tube that was in its gullet. Part of the hook was still there but the hook and point were totally dissolved.

Re: Most Bass will survive being deep hooked if you cut the line. [Re: WillCFish on the tube] #8986020 05/30/13 03:08 PM
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I've caught one with line coming out of his gullet. It bit my bait as well. The fish still looked healthy but it could have only been a day since it was broke off.

Re: Most Bass will survive being deep hooked if you cut the line. [Re: WillCFish on the tube] #8986099 05/30/13 03:26 PM
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I caught one on canyon last week that had a rusted out hook hanging out of his but. I am assuming he passed it through. If not someone waited way to long to set the hook!

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Originally Posted By: Hoghunter36
I caught one on canyon last week that had a rusted out hook hanging out of his but. I am assuming he passed it through. If not someone waited way to long to set the hook!

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Re: Most Bass will survive being deep hooked if you cut the line. [Re: WillCFish on the tube] #8986135 05/30/13 03:36 PM
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They were expensive but I bought a long pair of Snap On wire cutters, 99% of the time I can get them to the barb and cut off and roll it out sometimes reahing up through the gills.

Re: Most Bass will survive being deep hooked if you cut the line. [Re: Hoghunter36] #8987081 05/30/13 07:31 PM
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Originally Posted By: Hoghunter36
I caught one on canyon last week that had a rusted out hook hanging out of his but. I am assuming he passed it through. If not someone waited way to long to set the hook!


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Re: Most Bass will survive being deep hooked if you cut the line. [Re: WillCFish on the tube] #8987431 05/30/13 09:00 PM
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i have had the bass swallow the hook and if u know how to turn the hook to get it out most of the time they will not even bleed


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From my past experience I recommend getting the hook out if you plan on keeping it in the live well that hook will act just like a knives and cut them up flopping around in the live well. I will go up through the gills and roll the hook out and pour mnt. Dew down his mouth stop any bleeding.


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I prefer to use the through the gill hook removal. Since learning this technique several years ago, I cannot remember having to leave a single hook in a bass.

http://video.fishingclub.com/video/Through-the-Gill-Hook-Removal

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Mountain dew?i guess I need to buy a bottle for the boat.


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Re: Most Bass will survive being deep hooked if you cut the line. [Re: WillCFish on the tube] #8987970 05/30/13 11:40 PM
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I left a lot of swallowed hooks in catfish and eels as a kid, my dad always said they would dissolve

Re: Most Bass will survive being deep hooked if you cut the line. [Re: Hoghunter36] #8987973 05/30/13 11:40 PM
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Originally Posted By: Hoghunter36
I caught one on canyon last week that had a rusted out hook hanging out of his but. I am assuming he passed it through. If not someone waited way to long to set the hook!


I have caught one like that also. The fish was trying to pass it but it was stuck. Only the eye of the hook and a piece of line were hanging out! Ouch!


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Originally Posted By: Hoghunter36
I caught one on canyon last week that had a rusted out hook hanging out of his but. I am assuming he passed it through. If not someone waited way to long to set the hook!

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