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Do fish die if they swallow the hook?

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A hook will rust away in a fish, but it may take a while, especially if the hook is plated or made of thick metal. But fish's stomachs are pretty tough. They can stand up to the spines on little fish like bluegill or pinfish. ... So cutting off a swallowed hook is not really a big deal.

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