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Rapalas and similar lures are the bait of choice for many spinning enthusiasts, they work well and have a long established track record but the problem with them is the damage and difficulties their hooks cause when being removed from a fish. Although it's unusual for fish to take both of the trebles on a lure it does happen which can cause a high degree of damage and a prolonged spell of unhooking. Even a single treble hook can be very difficult to remove from a fish, particularly if two of its hooks have lodged inboth the upper and lower jaws. Club rules and national bylaws demand the return of undersized fish, the release of all salmon prior to June 16th, the return of all sewin after August and the return of any coloured salmon, consequently many of the fish we hook must be returned. A steep decline in the number of migratory fish over recent years and changes in anglers attitudes to killing fish generally has made the majority of anglers less inclined to retain their catch so it makes sense for more consideration to be given to the type of tackle we use with regard to enabling returned fish to have the very best chance of surviving.