disgorger

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disgorger

(dɪsˈɡɔːdʒə)
n
(Angling) angling a thin notched metal implement for removing hooks from a fish
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Most disgorgers on the market are too large to work well in the small mouths of bluegills, other panfish, and smaller trout.
The young women who appear undressed as clubland disgorgers at weekends are always first in taxis with slavering youths.
That we need government to require dehookers on reef fishing trips is absurd, given that we've always had handy pliers or disgorgers to retrieve hooks from spiky, toothy critters caught far from shore.
Prizes on offer include Daiwa Fishing Reels and four-meter whips through to floating torches and disgorgers.
Couple of disgorgers, new box of assorted shot, swivels, couple of pike floats and deadbait rigs, three plugs, bread punchers and a new monkey climber bait indicator completed my tackle purchases.