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when I miss the sheath or drop them, which I’ve done several times now in waist-deep water. You know. Yeah, so the Gerber Flik Fish Multi-Pliers turn out to be a good, reasonably priced set of tools without being too big, too heavy or too damn hard to use. I’d buy them again if the cord broke at the wrong time, or maybe even as a gift for a buddy who just doesn’t have enough tools of his own. Ed Maurer

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Skinny Hull Vol 1, No. 3  

Skinny Hull Vol 1, No. 3

Skinny Hull Vol 1, No. 3  

Skinny Hull Vol 1, No. 3

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