TRfishing Disgorger

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TRfishing Disgorger

Postby chuckaroo » Tue Jan 20, 2015 1:00 pm

Has anyone ever tried the TRfishing disgorger?
The manufacturers are Dutch and it seems that the only place that you can order them (there are 2 sizes) is from them directly online: http://www.trfishing.nl/
I know that it has been around for a while but this looks like the best designed mechanism i've seen to date, i think
the video of how it works looks really good, the mechanism looks really clever and simple - minimal damage to the fish(?): http://www.trfishing.nl/index.php?page=films
i've read about it elsewhere and its meant to work really well
so, has anyone ever tried it/them? and could recommend them?
Charlie

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Re: TRfishing Disgorger

Postby nutsbutz » Wed Jan 21, 2015 5:23 pm

chuckaroo wrote:Has anyone ever tried the TRfishing disgorger?
The manufacturers are Dutch and it seems that the only place that you can order them (there are 2 sizes) is from them directly online: http://www.trfishing.nl/
I know that it has been around for a while but this looks like the best designed mechanism i've seen to date, i think
the video of how it works looks really good, the mechanism looks really clever and simple - minimal damage to the fish(?): http://www.trfishing.nl/index.php?page=films
i've read about it elsewhere and its meant to work really well
so, has anyone ever tried it/them? and could recommend them?


I've gone ahead and ordered one after checking out the vids...so hopefully be able to let you know in the future if they are any good!!
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Re: TRfishing Disgorger

Postby chuckaroo » Thu Jan 22, 2015 12:54 am

nutsbutz wrote:I've gone ahead and ordered one after checking out the vids...so hopefully be able to let you know in the future if they are any good!!


so did i :)
will look forward to your opinion on how it performs, nutsbutz
will do a review here too myself

just think of all those deeply-hooked flounder, pin whiting, doggies, ray, etc etc
i hope it works well. minimal damage to the fish would be great
Charlie

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a specimen flounder (2.5lb+ or 40cm+), first tope, first bluefin tuna
First wolffish, a 35lb+ shore-caught halibut, a 20lb+ shore-caught cod, a 10lb+ coley, a 4lb+ plaice (Norway)
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Re: TRfishing Disgorger

Postby Sugarlumps » Thu Jan 22, 2015 9:31 am

Ordered one as well, thanks for the heads up.
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