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    Hunting and fishing is practically an automatic one way ticket into knife obsession. Here's my collection.
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    Right away you can probably tell I have a thing for large fixed blades.

    From left to right: Break Up Country Mossy Oak Bowie, Condor Boar Dagger, Condor K-tac Kukri, NHZ Nepal import Kukri

    Here's my everyday carry folder. Just your typical gas station folder. Nothing crazy like a spyderco or benchmade.
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    Got a Camillus Tyrant fixed blade w the Carbonitride Titanium feature a few years ago, and will never bother buying another knife. Stays sharp amazingly well - done a couple of deer, some turkeys, and a few geese with it, and the blade is still extremely sharp!!

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    Benchmade skinner g10 handle s90v steel (14 degree factory edge)

    Love that thing

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    Carried my Spyderco Paramilitary 2 everyday for about 3 years now.

    It's not my goto hunting knife but I have skinned many coyotes with it. I do give it a Hone every once in a while but it's always good and sharp.

    I use the outdoor edge with replaceable blades for most of my hunting duties.

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    I keep the 110 buck knife on my belt and keep the box cutter in the truck.... I use my box cutter a lot more than my buck knife on all game including coyote, deer, turkey and geese....

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    Benchmark bushcrafter. Not perfect at any one thing but does everything above average. Can baton it through logs, field dress, even clean fish reasonably well. Holds a shaving edge forever. Dressed 4 bears and 5 deer last season and still popped hair at the end of the season. That included splitting the sternum on all 9 animals. Used it on the ice this winter to clean everything from a 10 inch perch to a 28 inch walleye.

    Finally touched it up this spring after the ice season. Good for another 12 months now. Had it for 6 years and one touch up per year has been par for the course to keep it shaving sharp.
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    Buck 105 Pathfinder. Nothing sexy, and has a 5” fixed blade that holds its edge. Gutted plenty of moose and deer with it.
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    Gotta get some pictures of mine and my dads fixed skinners, I've got a Grohmann short blade with stag handle and my dad had a Custom fixed blade made by a buddy. Use the outdoor edge pro with replaceable blades, but this is the latest edc I picked up. Had one probably 8 years ago and decided to go back to it KE-1670OLBLK.jpg
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    Here is my collection of go to knives.

    The first is a stainless Gerber multiplier with an assortment of blades and tools. Always on my belt when doing chores or walk in the bush.
    Second is my Buck light pocket knife when I'm wearing city clothes.
    Third is a Buck finger grooved 110 which has seen its share of deer, bear, moose, small game and waterfowl.
    The fourth is a Havalon with stainless replaceable and interchangeable surgical disposable blades. It rips a deer open in seconds. Also used for skinning with proper blade attached.

    I like Fratri's list. A box cutter is cheap and very effective as well.




    My fillet knife is a Rapala J. Marttiini from Finland with a 7 inch blade

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    Here's a few of mine. The Havalon is the one that gets used the most.
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