i love the gloves :roll1:
spurs only , strange but still alright sizes .
no micro spurs
We were out in Dougies red boat a couple of weeks ago and had loads of different species doggies, spurs, pouting, codling, pollack,whiting. Sometimes it's just your luck I guess. At least you were catching (and some nice spurries there :clap: )
Half an hour before we came in, I was unhooking a spurry when the tail whipped upand hit my wrist (it's like really coarse sandpaper) as I returned it my hand turned crimson. The spur had speared my wrist and it wouldnt stop bleeding. The plasters wouldn't stick on my cold damp hands. It went in quite deep and was throbbing for a couple of days.
Anyway, the point is, the gloves might look un cool but they can prevent a sore one.