(Unhooking) pliers, scissors, knives & other tools

(Unhooking) pliers, scissors, knives & other tools

Unhooking

Many fish caught at sea have a hard beak and sometimes in combination with sharp teeth. The unhooking of such a fish with a regular hook like whitefishing is then almost impossible. For this we need special unhooking pliers. The real sea angler always has a good pair of pliers with him. Apart from that tricky jaw, you can also have the problem that several hooks or dredges are stuck in the jaw. Especially a treble hook makes it a lot harder to remove than a single hook. With a pair of pliers that is made for this purpose it goes a lot easier. Often these pliers have a somewhat longer shaft, which keeps your hand out of reach of the teeth. It can certainly not hurt if the fishing pliers also has a cutting part. With this part you can cut the steel bottom line if necessary. For this cutting and even the hard trebles, there are also special pliers.

Scissors

A pair of scissors is just as indispensable for predatory fishing as a pair of pliers. These scissors are designed to cut nylon, fluorocarbon and braided line. You can use a "house-garden-kitchen" pair of pliers of course, but they often can't cope with the thick fluorocarbon and the tough braided line the angler often uses. For the dynema there are also razor-sharp braid scissors. Very handy is a pair of scissors in a holder that you have on your belt, so you don't have to search. Sometimes there are tools that are a pair of pliers and scissors in one.

(Filleting) knives

Most anglers take the caught fish home with them to eat. Often already on the boat or at the water's edge, fish is already stripped of its organs by means of a filleting knife. A filleting knife is specially made to "clean" the fish, or simply to cut into the fish to eat it. They always have a long and thin blade. This makes it flexible and you can also cut open large fish. In addition, the blades are often razor sharp so beware and preferably put on a filleting glove. 
Other types of knives are mainly used to cut things easily and quickly such as fishing lines or ropes. If you get stuck then cut something quickly with a knife.
To keep the knives sharp you can use sharpening stones or sharpening tools.

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(Unhooking) pliers, scissors, knives & other tools

Unhooking

Many fish caught at sea have a hard beak and sometimes in combination with sharp teeth. The unhooking of such a fish with a regular hook like whitefishing is then almost impossible. For this we need special unhooking pliers. The real sea angler always has a good pair of pliers with him. Apart from that tricky jaw, you can also have the problem that several hooks or dredges are stuck in the jaw. Especially a treble hook makes it a lot harder to remove than a single hook. With a pair of pliers that is made for this purpose it goes a lot easier. Often these pliers have a somewhat longer shaft, which keeps your hand out of reach of the teeth. It can certainly not hurt if the fishing pliers also has a cutting part. With this part you can cut the steel bottom line if necessary. For this cutting and even the hard trebles, there are also special pliers.

Scissors

A pair of scissors is just as indispensable for predatory fishing as a pair of pliers. These scissors are designed to cut nylon, fluorocarbon and braided line. You can use a "house-garden-kitchen" pair of pliers of course, but they often can't cope with the thick fluorocarbon and the tough braided line the angler often uses. For the dynema there are also razor-sharp braid scissors. Very handy is a pair of scissors in a holder that you have on your belt, so you don't have to search. Sometimes there are tools that are a pair of pliers and scissors in one.

(Filleting) knives

Most anglers take the caught fish home with them to eat. Often already on the boat or at the water's edge, fish is already stripped of its organs by means of a filleting knife. A filleting knife is specially made to "clean" the fish, or simply to cut into the fish to eat it. They always have a long and thin blade. This makes it flexible and you can also cut open large fish. In addition, the blades are often razor sharp so beware and preferably put on a filleting glove. 
Other types of knives are mainly used to cut things easily and quickly such as fishing lines or ropes. If you get stuck then cut something quickly with a knife.
To keep the knives sharp you can use sharpening stones or sharpening tools.

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