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Lindy Fish Handling Glove - Dick's Sporting Goods

Lindy Fish Handling Glove

Item Number: 11450037
Price: $24.99
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Customer Reviews

Use the Lindy ® Fish Handling Glove when unhooking, filleting, and removing fish from live wells. It's chemical-resistant-repelling gas and oil-and works great in both freshwater and saltwater. Fish slime and odors easily rinse away. This glove allows more efficient handling of fish for quicker release, making it a conservation aid as well as a safety tool.


  • Protection provided by SuperFabric ® brand material
  • 800% more puncture protection when tested against other gloves
  • Superior protection from fillet knife cuts
  • Superior protection from hook punctures
  • Superior protection from fish teeth and gill plates
  • Superior protection from wire leaders
  • Machine washable
  • Lindy

Country Of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lindy Glove Been looking at these gloves for awhile. when they went on sale I bought them. Haven't used them yet, waiting for spring. They fit well and I hope they do the trick when handling fish. February 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Does the job well but expensive. There has been recent cases of some pretty scary infections from handling fish, including "flesh eating bacteria". I'm right handed and use one of these gloves on my left hand to grasp a fish when landing it because the gloves are very rough on the outside & grip very well.I also wear it to prevent fins hooks or teeth from slicing or puncturing my hand when landing or handling fish, and when cleaning or fileting fish to prevent accidently cutting my hand with the knife.They are not totally puncture proof, but are the best I've used or seen.I just wish they weren't so expensive. Made in China, yet they're still $20-$25 for each glove. Come on guys, cut us some slack, will ya? June 26, 2012
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