Russ Komer knows his way around hunting and fishing. In this series, he ignores traditional fillet designs in favour of an innovative blade construction. The CRKT Big Eddy II features a Dual Grind blade: a hollow grind on the top side and a flat grind on the bottom. The top lifts and floats the fish and the bottom removes the skin without snagging. Wield the Big Eddy II and you'll take your catch from the water to the frying pan in record time.
Available in 6.75 inch and 9 inch length.
Why choose this knife?
Next level knife: Kershaw Lonerock Large Gut Hook – Fixed Blade Knife
Fillet knives average between 4 to 9 inches in length. When choosing blade length, you should consider the type of fish you plan to work with. Panfish like perch and bluegills require a small blade for precision and control, whereas large fish like pike or salmon need a longer, thicker blade for power and stability.
|Knife Edge:||Half Serrated Edge|
|Steel:||5Cr13 Stainless Steel|
|Blade Length:||9.06 inch|
|Knife Type:||Fixed Blade|