Oh and I bought my sister a PE Tasman today ( they had no Tasman SE at the local shop) for her hiking SD tool. She had my Orange Dodo sprint but I asked for it back under the condition of a replacement
Awesome thread! Thanx much.
Amazing fish and amazing knives! cool!
Good catch & nice pics there!
Thanks a lot!
Awesome pics & thread!
Couple eyes and a Catcherman tonight.
well i dont have any salt knives just yet but i do have fish pics!
carp i caught the other day
couple of redfish
and last pic i have is a bass
Fwiw, I owned an aqua salt and used to carry it as a bait/boat knife but I found myself reaching for the pacific salt every single time so I ended up selling off the aqua for lack of use. Ymmv on the aqua, but you can't go wrong with the pacific salt for a fishing knife IMO. Fish on! :D
Hmmmm... pretty good points there. Im use to using crappy knives to cut bait with and once some blood and scales get in there its done. Find the nearest trashcan and dump it lol. I might just give the pacific a shot once i have some spare cash.
I'd wager it wouldn't stand up very well to an actual bullet (To be too literal)...but the Salt series is seriously tough and capable. I've done some things with my SE Dragonfly Salt that I wouldn't try with my other knives (It and my green Tenacious are my beater knives). I'd drop it 100+ feet onto gravel (While closed) and not feel bad at all. My FRN Native shrugged off a 275 foot fall onto gravel, and the FRN barely even shows a mark...it's pretty tough stuff, and H1 is definitely tougher (By that I mean less chippy) than S30V. Sharpens easily too.
Yes no worries. I use that Catcherman for filleting and scaling. I also leave mine out over night all nasty and never had any issues. I will say I love my USn Catcherman tho it's great for the smaller fish.
All of you enablers...... pacific salt next on my list lol