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Buck Knives Clearwater Fillet Knife

Buck Knives Clearwater Fillet Knife

 
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Buck Knives Clearwater Fillet Knife

Make & Model

Brand:
Buck Knives
Model:
Clearwater
MSRP ($):
53.00

The Clearwater Fillet Knife from Buck Knives retails for just $53.00, which means it is definitely not one of the cheaper options on the market. However, if you are willing to spend that little bit more you’ll also find that it offers value for money. If you are serious about angling and preparing your catch next to a cozy campfire, then it is often better not to skimp on the essentials such as a fillet knife. You need something that will not only get the job done, but do it in a safe and dependable manner.

One of the most impressive features of the Clearwater is its 420HC Steel construction for the blade. Buck Knives chose this material since it comes close to delivering the type of wear resistance commonly only achieved with high carbon alloys. More than that, the Clearwater also offers superior corrosion resistance, which makes it a knife that is suitable for both freshwater and saltwater anglers. So, although the Clearwater is more expensive than many fillet knives, it is also more wear resistant and durable, which means it won’t have to be replaced as regularly. In addition, the construction of the Clearwater makes the knife easy to resharpen if it starts losing its edge. The triple edge design of the blade, which features backside edging, means it can also break down fish during non-fillet cuts.

While the blade is important, the handle plays just as important role and the Clearwater doesn’t disappoint in this regard. The rubberized handle is comfortable to hold and provides enough grip that the knife can be used with confidence. In addition, the grip is ergonomically shaped and has a deep finger groove. The Clearwater comes complete with an injection molded sheath that has drainage holes, allowing for easy carry or stowing. For additional carry options you can make use of the lanyard opening that it also provides.

Buck Knives is a brand that has been offering a lifetime warranty on their knives since 1902, which shows just how much faith they have in the integrity of their products. Unlike other brands that has shifted production to other countries, the Clearwater is also still proudly made in the USA. Although it will cost a little more than similar fillet knives, you can be sure that it won’t disappoint.

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