Outdoor Edge® Fish & Bone Knife
Every big game hunter knows the best knife for butchering game is a flexible boning/fillet knife. The Fish & Bone offers a full size 5" blade in a compact easy to carry folder. The Fish & Bone features a flexible razor sharp 440-A stainless steel blade for superior edge retention and performance. The double molded Zytel® handle incorporates non-slip Kraton® inserts with the exclusive Trimond™ texture pattern for a non-slip grip, even when wet. The Fish & Bone comes complete with a Cordura® nylon belt sheath and incorporates a clothing clip to carry the knife inside the pocket.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by monadire very good knife it is a great knife, I bought it for my friend as a birthday present. He is very fond of fishing and this knife made him very happy. The blade is razor sharp and you can carry it just as a poket knife. July 22, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by the1elkhunter boning knife great blade and holds an edge well.My hunting partner is 76 and think this is the best all around hunting/ fishing knife he has ever had. November 21, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by slayerz very nice this knife is a must have i keep mine in my tackle bag at all times works great for filleting a quick shore lunch or back at home cleaning the days catch. the lock on the blade is secure, the blade comes razor sharp and holds its edge and sharpens quickly i would reccomend to any one June 9, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by canadianwolf BEST VALUE FOR YOUR $$ !! I have carried one of these knives for several years and have recommended it to all my fishing and hunting buddies. Don't let the price or the fact that it folds fool you - it is a top notch, quality product !! Outdoor Edge uses very high quality steel in all their blades and this knife is no exception. It takes and holds a superb edge. I do all my own butchering and have never owned or used a better knife for deboning shoulder blades and removing the tenderloins and backstraps from deer sized game. April 21, 2009
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A:do u mean, does the blade hold an edge? if so then thats a yes i recently took mine to the mississippi river and after a day of fishing I cleaned a 5 gallon bucket of white bass and the knife was still a razor for the next two days and even then all it needed was a little touch up and it was as good as new
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