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Booms Sports Fishing Pliers & Fish Gripper Combo EXPIRED

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Booms Sports&Outdoors Co, Ltd via Amazon has on sale for $9.59 when you enter promotion code ERCZ3MDW at checkout. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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  1. Visit Fishing Pliers and Fish Gripper Combo (H1027) and add the item to cart
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  3. At checkout apply Promotion Code ERCZ3MDW
  4. Your total will be $9.59, shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+
Includes:
  • 1x 6.7" H1 Fishing Pliers
  • 1x 6" Fish Gripper
  • 1x Belt Holder Sheath

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Thanks for posting this. Needed it. Always like seeing fishing gear.
We can have all the fishing gear in the world but it's hard just to take the time to go enjoy the peace and quiet of the water.
Bonus is catching a fish.
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Great stocking stuffer for my son. Thanks!
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nice find, just got one for my son, he'll love it!
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nice find, just got one for my son, he'll love it!
Clip promo code
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Clip promo code
Thanks I noticed it after when I went back a second time!
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Obviously not intended for salt water.
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For "small/medium" fish. One they show is a panfish, freshwater bream.
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Obviously not intended for salt water.
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H1 made of stainless steel
that can handle salt water.

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Oh, I see the rust picture posted by consumer. Look like it's not fully rusted but some. I got a scissor from costco claiming rust proof and titanium shit, well... it rusted similar to this. Not a lot but visible when wiped on a white paper towel.
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that can handle salt water.

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Oh, I see the rust picture posted by consumer. Look like it's not fully rusted but some. I got a scissor from costco claiming rust proof and titanium shit, well... it rusted similar to this. Not a lot but visible when wiped on a white paper towel.
You want aluminum for saltwater. H1 is resistant, but for something that is going to be constantly exposed with a joint like grippers/pliers you're really gonna want aluminum.
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You want aluminum for saltwater. H1 is resistant, but for something that is going to be constantly exposed with a joint like grippers/pliers you're really gonna want aluminum.
Aluminum is soft right? It won't be able to cut and stay sharp for long. Aluminum do oxidize, it's good for things that doesn't scratch together like a scissor/cutter suppose to do...right? Peace

I wonder that little rust coming off, can our body use it... it's basically iron (aka iron supplement). laugh out loud It come off and go into the food.
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Aluminum is soft right? It won't be able to cut and stay sharp for long. Aluminum do oxidize, it's good for things that doesn't scratch together like a scissor/cutter suppose to do...right? Peace

I wonder that little rust coming off, can our body use it... it's basically iron (aka iron supplement). laugh out loud It come off and go into the food.
I'm... not sure why you would be using fishing pliers or a gripper to cut things?
The gripper is to hold the fish, the pliers are to remove the hook. At most you would be cutting the filament line but you carry a knife for that purpose.

Once that rust gets into the working joint and locks up the tool it doesn't really matter how little it is.
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Gripper doesn't have a scale and the pliers look like hot garbage. I'll pass.
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Are these pliers really any better than basic needlenose pliers for getting out swallowed hooks on average sized pan fish? Maybe the snoot is a little narrower and longer, I can't really tell. I've been using needlenose pliers for years. It stretches the fish's mouth some, but usually works ok.
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