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Graphic Video: How To Remove Fish Hooks From Your Skin

Getting a fish hook caught in your skin can be traumatizing. It hurts a lot, and your natural instinct is to pull out an embedded hook as soon as possible. This YouTuber demonstrates some methods on how to remove fish hooks from your skin, but we’re warning you, it’s pretty tough to watch. He discusses one method extensively, the so-called “go-to method” for removing fish hooks.
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