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Fish Hook Extractor - Original Catch and Release

Referring to FIGS. 1 through 4, in particular, the novel fish hook extractor has an elongated slender body 11 preferably made of 1/8 inch diameter stainless steel rod stock. At one end of the body is formed a handle means 12 and at the other end is formed a fish hook gripping means 13. The means 13 consists of a double pronged fork with prongs 16 and 17. The space in between the respective outside edges of each prong 16 and 17 is about 1/4 inch, and the spacing between the prongs 16 and 17 is about 1/16th of an inch, or spaced sufficiently apart to allow the body of a given fish hook to fit therebetween as will become apparent hereinafter. The prongs 16 and 17 are disposed parallel to each other and, at a base 18, a semi-cylindrical surface is formed. The thickness of each prong, i.e., the distance perpendicular to the plane containing both prongs, is about 1/16th of an inch. This thickness is shown enlarged in FIGS. 2, 3, and 4 in order to more clearly illustrate the improved features of the extractor. The ends of each prong 16 and 17 are beveled, as shown in FIG. 1, whereby sloping surfaces 21 and 22 face each other. This arrangement allows the fish hook to more readily enter the slot formed between the two prongs 16 and 17, also as will become apparent hereinafter. To grip the fish hook after it is disposed between the prongs, opposing counter-sunk surfaces 26 and 27 are formed which counter-sunk surfaces are coaxial with the axis of the semi-cylindrical surface 18. The counter-sunk surfaces are formed, as shown, and, for example with 30° sloping surfaces. The axial length of surface 18 is about 1/32nd of an inch, or of sufficient thickness to prevent a sharp edge from being formed.

Accordingly, it is an object of the present invention to provide a fish hook extractor which is adapted to retain a fish hook in a position where it will not catch dur- 3,034,252 Patented May 15, 1962 ing withdrawal from the fish as well as means for maintaining the hook in the desired position on the tool which include a resilient catch structure for releasably engaging a fish line.

Berkley Ladies Stainless Steel Fishing Hook Extractor



ANGLER TECH STAINLESS STEEL FISH HOOK REMOVER

100% guaranteed. U.S. patented hook extractor, is built to remove even the most difficult and stubborn hooks from the mouths of fish or more importantly, deep from its throat.

Environmentally Acknowledged for less harm to fish. This is far superior (not pliers)

Fish Hook Extractor Frees fingers from potential hazards and Reduces the need to cut line.

It also helps you avoid sharp teeth, rough mouths, stinging, biting fish and accidental self hooking. It is one of a kind, Top Performance Action actually rotates hooks out of fish for fast, and safe release. Save your Hook, Line and Time.

It is constructed of 100%, never rusting, stainless steel backed by an unconditional lifetime guarantee.

Fish Hook Extractors come in two sizes 8 1/2" regular and 14 1/2" long.




Fishing Hook Extractor Buying Guide - Bass Pro Shops

Referring to FIGS. 1 through 4, in particular, the novel fish hook extractor has an elongated slender body 11 preferably made of 1/8 inch diameter stainless steel rod stock. At one end of the body is formed a handle means 12 and at the other end is formed a fish hook gripping means 13. The means 13 consists of a double pronged fork with prongs 16 and 17. The space in between the respective outside edges of each prong 16 and 17 is about 1/4 inch, and the spacing between the prongs 16 and 17 is about 1/16th of an inch, or spaced sufficiently apart to allow the body of a given fish hook to fit therebetween as will become apparent hereinafter. The prongs 16 and 17 are disposed parallel to each other and, at a base 18, a semi-cylindrical surface is formed. The thickness of each prong, i.e., the distance perpendicular to the plane containing both prongs, is about 1/16th of an inch. This thickness is shown enlarged in FIGS. 2, 3, and 4 in order to more clearly illustrate the improved features of the extractor. The ends of each prong 16 and 17 are beveled, as shown in FIG. 1, whereby sloping surfaces 21 and 22 face each other. This arrangement allows the fish hook to more readily enter the slot formed between the two prongs 16 and 17, also as will become apparent hereinafter. To grip the fish hook after it is disposed between the prongs, opposing counter-sunk surfaces 26 and 27 are formed which counter-sunk surfaces are coaxial with the axis of the semi-cylindrical surface 18. The counter-sunk surfaces are formed, as shown, and, for example with 30° sloping surfaces. The axial length of surface 18 is about 1/32nd of an inch, or of sufficient thickness to prevent a sharp edge from being formed.

Referring now to the drawings, the invention comprises a fish hook extractor 10 having an elongated main body portion 11, a gripping means 12 at one end and a slotted end portion 13 at the other end. The gripping means 12 may comprise a handle or an extension of the main body portion which is bent back upon itself and affixed thereto to form a convenient handle.