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A grappling hook is a device that usually has multiple hooks (called jaws or claws) attached to a rope; it is thrown, thrown, sunk, extended, or secured directly by hand where at least one of the hooks can grab an object. Typically, grappling hooks are used to temporarily secure one end of a rope. They can also be used to dredge submerged objects.

The grappling hooks have three or four sharp metal hooks that curve outwards from the central bar. An eyelet at the end of the pole allows you to attach a length of rope. Fishermen, ninjas, or mountaineers throw the grappling hook onto a high cable, tree, or wall where it is bound to bite into wood or catch on an uneven surface.