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    H1 Catcherman @ Work With Spring Chinook (photo heavy)

    This knife, is absolutely perfect for a on board bait prep, bleeding, and overall fish cleaning blade. Have also used it for some small jobs of trimming collars, cheeks and misc fins, etc...

    Thought I would pass on some photos from a great day here in Oregon on the Columbia river.

    The Catcherman still lives, and is treasured by some.

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    Last edited by dtoad; 04-17-2014 at 08:43 PM.
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    Few more of the day













    The final product
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    Wow looks like an amazing day. I paid $45 canadian two weeks ago for a quarter of one of those filets. You're living the life!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liquid Cobra View Post
    Wow looks like an amazing day. I paid $45 canadian two weeks ago for a quarter of one of those filets. You're living the life!
    Thanks for the post.

    Crazy, huh. Hard to believe the prices these days and the fact they get up to like $39.99 a pound in some stores for spring fish.
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    Awesome photos! Very jealous
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    Terrific use of a great knife. Thanks for sharing.
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    Spyderco Forum Registered User dtoad's Avatar
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    Spencer, Landon, thank you for the post.

    Agreed, super pleased with what this knife is capable of. Now we need to pray for a newly designed, 7 and/or 9" fixed fillet blade. Would love to test and put one to use......
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    My next true test will be out in the ocean & tidewaters. I picked up a Aqua from Surfingringo that will be attached to my side this summer.

    Posted this before, but here is my salt lineup. Also own a Pacific Salt as well.

    Great knives, love them.
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    very nice knives
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    Mmm, I wish they would bring back the catcherman! It rocket to the top of my "must have" list!

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    This is what you do for work?

    Thanks for sharing!
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    Thanks for sharing, those are some nice looking fish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Surfingringo View Post
    Mmm, I wish they would bring back the catcherman! It rocket to the top of my "must have" list!
    Try one out, I'm thinking it's exactly what you need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donut View Post
    This is what you do for work?

    Thanks for sharing!
    Thanks for the post. Photography yes, fishing no. Just a huge life long passion of mine!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinetreebbs View Post
    Thanks for sharing, those are some nice looking fish.
    Thank you much! Yes, the spring run is the best cut chinook here in Oregon.
    Last edited by dtoad; 04-29-2014 at 08:28 PM.
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    On a side note, these were all shot with a 15mm fish eye to capture that effect. If anyone is interested. More H1 in action to come later.....
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