Yes, this please. I recently got a sprig for this type of service but even s90v needed to be wiped down religiously. Spyderco! More LC200N please.Surfingringo wrote:, I am eager to see something like that. My choice would be Lc200n in a 4-4.5" blade with a fairly narrow blade profile and a prominent finger guard. Something that would make a capable utility/bait knife on the water but still be optimized for removing fillets.
I think H1 probably has it beat in toughness but lc200n has proven to be plenty tough in my use. I prefer lc200n in pretty much every way.tonijedi wrote:is it a FACT that LC200N is better that H1 in every aspect or does H1 have come characteristic better than LC200N?
How are the LC200N mules behaving?
No worries there. The sprig is about 15 thousandths behind the edge and that is plenty thick enough for s90v...even on big fish with thick ribs.roger-roger wrote:I'm a new-in-the-house Sprig-ster so this is just a thought, but seems its (nicely) thinner blade width at the bevel might make it less desirable as a fishing utility knife? Otoh its a bird & fish knife, so is probably designed for some contact with bone right?
My Sprig has cut more hard fish bones than anything else!roger-roger wrote:so is probably designed for some contact with bone right?
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