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Old 08-10-2018, 05:18 PM
ynotredrum ynotredrum is offline
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Default Avoiding Cuts

I picked up fishing again this year after a ~20+ year hiatus and I've got the bug. I go about once a week, and every time I come home, that evening I've got ~10 or so fresh cuts on my hands. They sting pretty good for a good day or two, and the first night in particular is annoyingly painful. Trying to cook with lime / lemon / garlic that evening is not a fun experience.

Anyone have tips on how to do a better job preventing these cuts? Does it just come with experience? I've been pricked by spikes on fish (porgies seabass, sea robins through the towel), grabbing my braided line, cut on bones when gutting a fish, accidents with the fillet knife...
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Old 08-12-2018, 07:06 PM
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Cant help you avoid the cuts but when they do happen crazy glue is your best friend.

.......and why are ya hands getting so cut up to begin with?
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Default Re: Avoiding Cuts

For Sea Robins especially the bigger ones, lip them like a bass. You will avoid the spines and it is easier to unhook them imo.
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