When your buddy hooks you in the nose with a swim jig, catch and release is best performed at the hospital.
Hunter Goad was enjoying a pretty good day on the water. Fishing Pickwick Lake, he and a buddy were swinging bass in the boat with broad smiles and exuberant laughter. That all came to an end, however, when Goad’s partner set the hook on a fish and missed, leaving his white swim jig impaled squarely in the nose of his fishing friend.
Being the good sport that he is, Goad decided to film and post the painful process of hook removal — a sort of catch-and-release tutorial, if you will.
Warning: Graphic Content
Did watching that surgery make you wince and your eyes water? It certainly does put a new spin on the idea of nose piercing.
Have any of our readers been hooked in an interesting part of the body?