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Best Fish hook Removal Method

   Very useful if you do much fishing especial as part of your food supply. With the following link I skipping the part where he stick the fishhook into himself.  Fish Hook Removal . Follow is some more information from: MedLine Plus  Fishhook removal First Aid If the barb of the hook has not entered the skin, pull the tip of the hook out in the opposite direction it went in. Fish line method: First, wash your hands with soap and water or use a disinfecting solution. Then wash the skin surrounding the hook. Put a loop of fish line through the bend of the fishhook so that a quick jerk can be applied and the hook can be pulled out directly in line with the shaft of the hook. Holding onto the shaft, push the hook slightly downwards and inwards (away from the barb) so as to disengage the barb. Holding this pressure constant to keep the barb disengaged, give a quick jerk on the fish line and the hook will pop out. Wash the wound thoroughly with soap and water. Apply a loose,