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Old 09-29-2010, 09:16 PM
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Skip the net altogether and get your hands wet. milt.
I do and I drop them.
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Or, even better, use a c 'n r tool and not touch 'em at all. milt.
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I just Googled them; they're pretty neat. I never heard of anything like that. I wonder how they would work with bigger fish, like steelhead.
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The Ketchum Release comes in 3? sizes. Dr. Slick makes a forceps with an attached release tool that works great, especially on little creek type fellers. milt.
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