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Watch Kevin from nerds water monitor taming videos the same principles apply. Also is he being outright aggressive or food aggressive. Do you pick him up in the same spot that you feed him. He may just not want messed with going into brumation we need more information to accurately assess the behavior situation.
Try putting something in the enclosure he might lay on a lot of the time so you can take him out without having to grab him, then perhaps feed him outside the enclosure in a bin or on the counter. I use a large piece of cork bark he likes to lay on and when he is on it I remove him with the cork bark to avoid grabbing at him.