BIG EDDY™ - 1995 Edition
BIG EDDY™ - 1995 Edition BIG EDDY™ - 1995 Edition
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BIG EDDY™ - 1995 Edition

Designed by Russ Kommer in Fargo, North Dakota
Innovation that takes your catch from the water to the frying pan in record time. This fishing knife will transform your tackle box forever. Designed by Alaska fishing guide, Russ Kommer, this blade breaks the mold for traditional fillet knife design. Most fillet knives rely on a symmetrical blade grind for cutting, but what Russ did was apply a hollow grind ton the topside and a flat grind on the bottom. This makes your fish fillets lift and float off the topside while the bottom side is gliding and not digging into the skin. The Triple-Point ™ serrations make quick work of bones, fins and gristle. The glass filled nylon handle is grippy and ergonomic. A glass filled nylon sheath keeps the blade safe in your tackle box.
  • Top Side Hollow Grind
  • Flat Bottom Grind Lifts the Fillet
  • Molded Glass Reinforced Nylon Sheath
Sale Price $12.99 was $28.99
Rating:
96% of 100
Lifetime Warranty
 
Specifications
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Blade Length6.75" (171.45 mm)
Blade EdgeCombination
Blade Steel5Cr13, 56-58 HRC
Blade FinishSatin
Blade Thickness0.08" (2.03 mm)
Weight3.3 oz
HandleGlass Filled Nylon/Soft Textured Rubber Grip Injection
StyleFixed Blade Knife w/Sheath
Sheath FeatureBlade Guard
Sheath LanyardBlack nylon cord
Sheath MaterialGlass Filled Nylon
Overall Length12.25" (311.15 mm)
Innovation that takes your catch from the water to the frying pan in record time. This fishing knife will transform your tackle box forever. Designed by Alaska fishing guide, Russ Kommer, this blade breaks the mold for traditional fillet knife design. Most fillet knives rely on a symmetrical blade grind for cutting, but what Russ did was apply a hollow grind ton the topside and a flat grind on the bottom. This makes your fish fillets lift and float off the topside while the bottom side is gliding and not digging into the skin. The Triple-Point ™ serrations make quick work of bones, fins and gristle. The glass filled nylon handle is grippy and ergonomic. A glass filled nylon sheath keeps the blade safe in your tackle box.
Russ Kommer

Russ Kommer

Fargo, North Dakota 

To say Russ is an outdoorsman is a bit of an understatement. A professional fishing and hunting guide, he started making knives when one of his clients brought him a custom knife and dressed an entire moose—without sharpening it. Since then he’s made it his duty to build the kind of tools only he would use. It just so happens his Bear Claw’s™, and Hoist’N Lok®, are the kinds other hunters use as well.

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