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Buck Knives Silver Creek

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Brand:
Buck Knives
Model:
Silver Creek
MSRP ($):
43.00

The Buck Knives 220 Silver Creek Folding Fillet Fishing Knife is a solid offering for anglers that want to take a decent and durable knife along on fishing trips. It is safe, quite durable and very reliable, which is everything you need from a good fillet knife. The blade is titanium coated and was designed with flexibility in mind. It is also corrosion resistant, which is always a good thing when used outdoors, especially for a fillet knife. Anglers who spend a lot of their time in humid marine environments will also appreciate this feature.

To make sure that you keep a secure hold of the knife the handle features a rubberized anti-slip grip that covers the thermoplastic base. For additional safety, it also has a stainless steel safety guard. When closed, the length of the knife is 7 1/4” while the blade itself is 6 1/2” long. Unfortunately, this knife does not come with any type of carrying case or sheath and instead Buck Knives chose to only include a nylon lanyard loop. However, the size of the knife makes it convenient for any tackle box and since it is a folding knife it doesn’t really require a sheath.

This knife is sharp right out of the box and also appears to hold its edge for a decent amount of time before it requires sharpening. Because it is a folding knife, it also features a slightly longer handle than what is found on most fillet knives, which provides additional grip as well as a more balanced feel. This is something that is lacking from many fixed blades. Overall, it is hard to argue with the quality and the price is also very decent for what you get.

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