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Looks like it will work quite well.
Unfortunately, I have yet to catch
a fish worthy of its use. Love the
floating aspect and the high
Just bought my second fish-
grip for my father - will be on
the Pacific in Mendocino CA for
5 days camping and kayak
fishing - these things are WAY
easier to deal with rockfish and
other spiny dorsal/fin species -
a net is required legally to
have on the kayak, but it's so
much safer to bring them close
to the kayak and grip them
with the lip-gripper to de-hook,
etc. without the tangle of the
net & a dangerous fish
bouncing in your lap. Love that
it FLOATS too - bright colors,
one less item to leash to the
kayak. Also great for those
species that you CAN'T keep
and can safely remove the
hook and keep in the water
without hurting/handling the
fish. Can't wait!!! Lingcod,
Rockfish, and maybe a...
Dont know how I used to fish
without these things.?.!.? I
pair them with the metal clip
stringer and have NOT lost a
fish since. It is a horrible
feeling to pull in a nice rock
fish and then the sucker flops
or bounces out of your kayak.
- Fish Grips=$15. Metal
Stringer=$12. Enjoying FRESH
fish with your friends +
Nice fish grabber. So much better
than fish gloves. Wish I had
bought one years ago.
This product works great for both
fresh and salt water fish! The
Norton fish grip is now a must
have tool every time i go out on
the water! Thanks ACK!
This product is great for bigger
fish. Holds right and makes it
easy to move them around in my
First used on a 13lb catfish. No
The grip works very well and
holds even the most exuberant
fish--while allowing for safe hook
These have to be the best. I
can't imagine any way to make
any gripper better. With a
small piece of looped rope they
can even be used to snatch a
limb to hold your position on
the water for a tackle change.
Great tool for the kayak. It floats
and glows in the dark. The leash
is a bungee cord as well. Good
A must have for kayak
anglers,works well and it
floats,plus it's easy on the
works very well. I was suprised at
how tight it locks, but since it gets
past (avoids) the jawbone it seems
to be fine.