Horrifying Fishing Accident

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  • Major Kong

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    Please look closely AT YOUR OWN RISK!

    Please do not blame OP for any nausea or nightmares you might experience.

    I have had my share of fish hook accidents (through the ear, in the hand), but this might be one of the worst possible ones I could imagine:

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    Please be careful out there guys!

    MK
     

    Saltyag2010

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    I was lucky enough to have a hook come loose or a bass while fishing with a weight and plastic worm. The hook flew into my knee skin and then the weight followed behind and ripped it out. Before I could look down at it
     

    Jakashh

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    Perfect thing to see when I'm just getting back into fishing. I'll stick to my weedless Texas rig and hope that lowers the chances of that ever happening.
     

    Vaquero

    Moving stuff to the gas prices thread.....
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    Scared me for a second there.
    I though we were going to see an empty cooler.
     
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