CRKT Clark Fork Folding Fillet Knife with Sheath: Compact, Light Weight, 11″” Stainless Steel Blade, Tail Lock Safety Bar, Blade Locks in Handle, Nylon Sheath 3085

April 14, 2019 - Comment

Open the blade of Ken Steigerwalt’s Clark Fork fillet knife. Fold the tail into the handle for an innovative way to secure the lock up. Then fillet up some fish for your delicious dinner. When you’re finished with the knife, it folds down to tacklebox size. A nylon sheath is included for storage. Leave the

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Open the blade of Ken Steigerwalt’s Clark Fork fillet knife. Fold the tail into the handle for an innovative way to secure the lock up. Then fillet up some fish for your delicious dinner. When you’re finished with the knife, it folds down to tacklebox size. A nylon sheath is included for storage. Leave the tall tales of the ones that got away for the other guys.

Patent: 9,186,801

Specifications:

Blade Length: 7.13″ (181.1 mm)
Edge: Plain
Steel: 5Cr13MoV, 53-55 HRC
Blade Finish: Satin
Blade Thickness: 0.06″ (1.52 mm)
Grind: Flat
Closed Length: 7.125″ (180.98 mm)
Open Length: 10.94″ (277.88 mm)
Weight: 1.8 oz
Handle: Glass-Reinforced Nylon w/Plastic Insert
Style: Folding Knife with Tail Lock
Sheath Material: Glass-Reinforced Nylon

Product Features

  • Innovative “Tail Lock” Safety Bar
  • Blade Locks Securely Into Place
  • Reinforced Nylon Sheath
  • Designed by Ken Steigerwalt in Orangeville, Pennsylvania
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty covers any defects in materials or workmanship, see company site for details

Comments

Anonymous says:

Folded up it fits nicely in the zipper pocket of my compact tackle box … I bought this knife specifically for going on BWCA canoe trips where size and weight are somewhat of a concern. Folded up it fits nicely in the zipper pocket of my compact tackle box where my previous full sized knife did not. It is plenty sharp and seems to hold its edge fine. It folds up securely once you get the hang of it and comes with a mediocre but effective sheath to protect it. If you are looking for a knife to carve up a lunker Pike, this is probably not what you want. But on the…

Anonymous says:

This “Filet” knife is perfect for deboning big game animals and that is exactly … This “Filet” knife is perfect for deboning big game animals and that is exactly what I use mine for. More flexibility results in much quicker cleaner cuts for big game animals. Once you get the hang of letting the blade flex up against the bone you will see how fast and easy it is. Blade also holds its edge for a good long while. Works excellent on fish as well. Blade and knife overall size is just right… not to big, not to small. The way the knife folds up into its own…

Anonymous says:

Very nice knife I really like this filet knife a lot. This knife is very lite. The feature that makes it stand out is that it is collapsible. A person can fold this knife away and it will take up very little space. A knife is about the blade. This knife was very sharp when I bought it. I was able to cut a deer leg and cut the meat into some very pretty steaks with this knife. It is a inexpensive knife so if it is loss a person will not become too upset. I like this knife so much I am thinking of buying more as…

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