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So, what pliers are you using/recommend and what ones to stay away from...under $100
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Boone angled needle nose pliers. Only about 15 bucks. They work great on big and small fish alike, don't flex, and you won't hate yourself if you drop them over the side. Really work great on getting out hooks deep in the mouth.
 

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I have had a old set of bass pro pliers i got as a gift. have had them for 5 years with no issues. I wash them after every trip. But if i were to buy a new pair i would go Danco for the price and quality.
 

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Danco is about the best value going. We are pretty hard on pliers and both sets of ours is still going strong. Their sheath is pretty crappy though.
 

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Ive been using the Mustad, pliers from wallyworld, or the KVD pliers which i believe are also a mustad product. Been using them for three years in fresh and saltwater and i do not take care of them... little to no corrosion
 

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Danco. I get them at my local tackle shop for $13 a piece. I have 3 pair of them.
 

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Manleys in a leather sheath I paid more for than the pliers. But it clips over your belt like an OWB holster and you can take it off without having to remove your belt. Won’t ever own another pair.
 
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