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HPA Fish Grip

Brief description: The self-locking, solid plastic HPA fish grip is the ideal bass accessory for safe landing and handling of fish. Perfectly suited to salt water as there are no metal components to corrode. ... [Full Description]
Brand: HPA
Product Code: HPAFG
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Description

The self-locking, solid plastic HPA fish grip is the ideal bass accessory for safe landing and handling of fish. Perfectly suited to salt water as there are no metal components to corrode. It does not rust (ideal for the sea) It floats and is brightly colored (ideal for kayaking or float tube) It is lightweight It opens and locks with one hand It does not damage the fish through the contact surface of its jaws wide and without sharp angles It runs when held by the integrated cord It fits perfectly in the pockets of HPA bags, especially the new Sooper Trooper (tm) for street fishing Important: Use the PLASTIC FISHGRIP or other clamp carefully to avoid hurting the fish. Do not hang it by mouth and still support his body with the second hand. Whenever possible, leave the fish in the water and only use the clamp to hold it time to take off the hooks.

The self-locking, solid plastic HPA fish grip is the ideal bass accessory for safe landing and handling of fish. Perfectly suited to salt water as there are no metal components to corrode.

It does not rust (ideal for the sea)
It floats and is brightly colored (ideal for kayaking or float tube)
It is lightweight
It opens and locks with one hand
It does not damage the fish through the contact surface of its jaws wide and without sharp angles
It runs when held by the integrated cord
It fits perfectly in the pockets of HPA bags, especially the new Sooper Trooper (tm) for street fishing

Important:

  • Use the PLASTIC FISHGRIP or other clamp carefully to avoid hurting the fish.
  • Do not hang it by mouth and still support his body with the second hand.
  • Whenever possible, leave the fish in the water and only use the clamp to hold it time to take off the hooks.

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