Whether you are offshore fishing Oregon’s coast for salmon, tuna or lingcod, or landing mackerel, tuna or bluefish on the Outer Banks in North Carolina, you’ll need a knife when it’s filleting time. Buck Knives offers numerous knives designed with successful saltwater anglers in mind. In the company’s Hookset Series of knives, anglers will find fillet models with various-length blades spanning nearly 10 inches long, a larger heavy blade breaker knife for filleting those larger saltwater fishes, and a sturdy cleaver designed specifically for cutting up larger fishes.
Model 145 Hookset 6-inch Salt Water Fillet Knife
The fillet knives designed for saltwater anglers include the 145 Hookset 6-inch Salt Water Fillet Knife with a titanium-coated, 5Cr15MoV-steel blade to prevent corrosion and a special TPE rubber grip to aid with control. The MSRP for the knife is $34.99.
Model 147 Hookset 9-inch Salt Water Fillet Knife
Another fillet knife, the Model 147 Hookset 9-inch Salt Water Fillet Knife ($39.99), has a flexible blade crafted with titanium-coated 5Cr15MoV steel for superior corrosion resistance.
The 150 Hookset Cleaver
Also in the angler-knife category is the 150 Hookset Cleaver, a hefty fishing cleaver designed specifically for saltwater anglers who head for the seas. This unique knife utilizes glass-reinforced polypropylene with TPE rubber for the handle to provide a secure all-weather grip. The blade for this fishing cleaver is 6.35 inches long, is titanium-coated and is crafted from 5Cr15MoV steel for superior corrosion resistance. This full-tang knife also comes with a durable injection-molded sheath complete with belt loop for easy carrying.
The 149 Hookset Breaker
The Model 149 Hookset Breaker knife is also designed for saltwater angling chores, including fish chopping, and has a semi-flexible 10-inch blade. This Hookset knife also comes with a sturdy injection-molded sheath to aid with carrying and storing.
About Buck Knives
For more than 120 years, Buck Knives has been handcrafting high-quality knives and tools designed specifically for hunters, anglers, outdoorsmen and knife enthusiasts alike. Using high-quality materials and state-of-the-art processes, like the exclusive Bos heat treatment for blades, Buck Knives makes knives that are built to perform at the highest level and last for generations. Located in Post Falls, Idaho and employing more than 320 people, Buck Knives is proud to make knives in America and stand behind them with its Forever Warranty. Visit Buck® Knives OFFICIAL SITE – Quality Knives Since 1902 (buckknives.com) or call 800-735-2825 for more information. Design and build a custom knife also via the website.
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