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WIN 2012

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These products and more can be found online at the following: RokLees One of a growing number of descender devices specifically for releasing reef fish at depth, the RokLees combines a weight and spring-loaded grip that attaches to the fish's jaw. Rubber tabs on the grip help protect the fish. Once lowered to the bottom, a simple jerk of the line opens the device and the fish swims free. $40; BogaGrip The original fish-lip gripper, this is just the thing when you have to pull a fish out of the water. Its unique design keeps your hands from wiping off the fish's slimy, protective coating and the built-in scale gives an instant reading for your logbook or the record books. A stainless body and durable construction make it great for saltwater use. Available in three sizes, the largest handles fish up to 60 lbs. $125-$250; Accurate 6-inch Offshore Piranha Pliers Excellent for smaller hands, these trimmed down, 6-inch pliers are built with aircraft aluminum frames and special inserts at the jaws for ultra durability. Cuts everything from mono to single and multi- strand wire, as well as all braided line sizes. Cutters and jaws can both be replaced. $135; BLACKTIP Catch & Release Recompression Tool Named West Marine's 2011 Green Product of the Year, the BLACKTIP's spring-loaded jaws safely grip a fish's mouth so it can be lowered to the bottom. Once the weight (supplied by the fisherman) touches down, the fish is released. Made from anodized aluminum with brass swivels and pins for saltwater use. $49.99;

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