The ultimate tool of the new millennium.
Patented D-Barb De-Hooker and cutter to help remove the hook from deep of fish mouth. Also can use a cutter to cut braided & mono fishing line.
Simply follow the line to the hook and press against the hook tip. Then slowly open the tool, allowing the hook barb to slip into the cutting area. Snip off the barb and remove the tool. You also can cut any section of the hook beside the barb area.
There are the integral magnets that will hold the cut portion of the hook from the fish. It also a great tool to cut the braided line and mono fishing line. The perfect tool to protect hooked fish from bleeding to survival on catch and release tournaments or any type of fishing activity. Also, a great tool to remove the hook without bleeding if your hand hooked incidentally.
It is stainless steel for rusting, heavy-duty comes with a sheath.
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I can’t go on enough about this tool! I am about to order several more for gifts!! I was able to save 2 fish yesterday from being injured or killed by using this tool! It is so easy! I repaired my lures with new hooks and the fish get to be returned safely! I love it!!!
I’ve tried several hook removal tools, none match the D-Barb. The head of the pliers is much smaller than others I’ve used, so it’ll work on the smaller Bass I’m catching.
The leverage ratio is perfect, not a ton of pressure is needed to cut the barb off and that little magnet catches the cut bar so it’s not stuck in the fish.
Great all around product.
I have used this tool in the past to save deeply used hooks, Haven not been able to find this since 2012.. I am so thrilled I finally found it, I bough extra for friends and are showing and recommending to many
I had this tool in my tackle box @ the beach in florida. I was able to cut the barb off a hook that had caught in a pelicans beak. Snip...out backed the hook....bought another for my adventures here on Cape Cod.