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Knives of Alaska Coho Fillet Knife(706515)
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Knives of Alaska Coho - The Coho Fillet Knife at 13 inches overall is three inches longer than its smaller cousin, the Steelheader Fillet Knife.
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Knives of Alaska Coho - The Coho Fillet Knife at 13" overall is three inches longer than its smaller cousin, the Steelheader Fillet Knife. Designed for medium and larger sized fish, the Coho sports a full 8" cutting edge. Hollow ground and razor sharp, your fish will fillet beautifully with this knife. The premium grade 440C stainless steel blade has a Rockwell hardness of 57-59 and holds a very sharp edge. Finely crafted tip serrations will enable you to quickly and cleanly cut through the toughest fish skin and small bones
8" hollow-ground 440C stainless steel blade
Tip serrations easily cut through fish skin and small bones
Cordura Nylon sheath
Bob of Fairbanks, AK - July, 20 2011:
Very high end fillet knife, great for the avid fisherman who is looking for a knife that will hold up under long use. I like the fact that is came with a case; it makes it easy to carry at all times. Very easy to keep a good edge on and requires little sharpening.Nathan of Tacoma, WA - October, 25 2011:
You are getting what you paid for here. Love the knife. Very Sharp! I have used it on a dozen salmon already and no complaints. Fillets are a smooth cut, and rib bones come off easily. Knife cleans up nicely. Store it away at home so I don't drop it in the water while fishing. :-) My friend did that... not wanting a repeat.
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