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Kershaw Clearwater II 7" Fillet Knife

Kershaw Clearwater II 7" Fillet Knife

 
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Kershaw Clearwater II 7" Fillet Knife

Make & Model

Brand:
Kershaw
Model:
Clearwater II
MSRP ($):
20.99

A general purpose knife is nice to have when out fishing, but for longer trips a high quality fillet knife is just as useful. While you could probably make do with an ordinary knife to process your fish around a campfire, the task is just so much simpler and safer using a fillet knife. The Clearwater II is a 7 inch fillet knife from Kershaw that is tailor made for handling medium fish all the way up to larger catches.

What makes the Clearwater II so appealing is the design of the blade, which is made from Japanese 420J2 stainless steel. Since the steel is softer, it provides enough flex to fillet fish with ease and bend without breaking. As with any knife that is used around water, the highly corrosion resistant properties of the steel will ensure that it is not going to get damaged that easily. This is also a knife that holds its edge quite well and can be sharpened with ease if needed.

To make the task of filleting more comfortable the Clearwater II has a handle that is not just durable, but also contoured. The stylish black design of the handle also features neon highlights, which makes the knife easier to spot. This is something that is very useful, especially in a marine environment. Since the handle has a co-polymer design that is soft, but firm, it also provides excellent grip. Hand protectors at both ends of the handle enhances its safety and safeguards against accidents. Although the Clearwater II is something that you are more likely to use on shore at your camp, it does have an ABS sheath that enables you to carry it on your belt with ease you’d like.

If you are looking for a medium to large fish size knife that is affordable and dependable then the Clearwater II can definitely get the job done. It might not have a lot of fancy features, but it does what it is designed to do, filleting fish, very well.

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