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Old 08-01-2023, 10:01 AM
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If you're having trouble finding a nice trout-sized knife that meets your requirements, you may consider looking into custom knife makers. They can create a knife specifically tailored to your preferences, ensuring you get exactly what you're looking for. Many custom knife makers have their own online presence or workshops where you can explore their work and discuss your ideas.

Alternatively, you can also look into other reputable knife brands known for producing high-quality trout-sized knives. There might be some lesser-known but excellent brands that specialize in outdoor and fishing knives.

Remember to consider the blade material, handle material, and overall design when choosing a trout-sized knife. Stainless steel blades are generally preferable for fishing to prevent corrosion, and a comfortable handle material like wood, G10, or other synthetic materials can enhance your grip and control.
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Old 10-01-2023, 01:53 PM
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Some real nice looking knifes & nice work- guess no new ones for a while now. Glad to hear it was only a few stitchs mishap u had. Dymondwood hmm looks realnice

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