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    The new Bird and Trout model....


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    Mykel M already snagged this one.

    These are a really cool little knife. Wish I would have had one years ago when I trout fished so much!



    3.25 inch blade of 3/32 1080+

    3.5 inch handle of brn micarta and red liners



    brass hardware with a 3/16th lanyard hole...

    in my XL hand...





    I will have 3 more available soon.

    $99.00 total price

    $25.00 deposit to hold your slot. Delivery time, end of April.

    Thanks!
    Last edited by m. wohlwend; 04-03-2012 at 02:05 PM.

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    That is *really nice*, Mark. You can put together a distinctive blade profile like few others, and this one just shot right to the top of the charts.

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    Should be called the bluegill slayer. Looks awesome!

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    Looking good Mark,can't wait to get it.
    I always wanted a true B&T(mostly for the Ts )so I couldn't pass this one up when you showed those blanks & I saw the one with the nice slim blade & comfy looking handle.
    Now I have to get off my butt & go fishin'.

    Oh & it helps that it's your first too.
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    May the forest be with you.

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    Mark that looks great. I won't be able to get one for awhile but, is it possible to get like an 8 or 9" blade with the same handle setup. I gotta have something for the monster fish we get here. These two in the pic are babies. Little feeder king salmon and tiny chicken halibut.

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    Here is pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tundratrader View Post
    Mark that looks great. I won't be able to get one for awhile but, is it possible to get like an 8 or 9" blade with the same handle setup. I gotta have something for the monster fish we get here. These two in the pic are babies. Little feeder king salmon and tiny chicken halibut.
    I would be happy with those! fishing stinks in this desert! LOL

    I currently offer a 7 inch model but I am sure I could do a 9....

    BTW your order is going to the grinder...

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    sheath pic added to original post....

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    Quote Originally Posted by m. wohlwend View Post
    sheath pic added to original post....
    Cool beans.
    Paypal sent for the balance this evening Mark.
    Proud supporter of JK Knives # 67,and all makers of hand crafted goodness.
    May the forest be with you.

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    Got the B&T today! (and a couple of other goodies)Cool little knife & great handle.
    Now to clean(and eat)some trout.
    Proud supporter of JK Knives # 67,and all makers of hand crafted goodness.
    May the forest be with you.

    CANCER SUCKS!

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    Nice. I bet that blade would be just perfect for removing the silver skin off a deer backstrap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grafton View Post
    Nice. I bet that blade would be just perfect for removing the silver skin off a deer backstrap.
    Man,don't talk about backstraps,I haven't taken a deer in ages,but can still taste the last backstraps I had.
    And yeah,it will be great for slicing off the silver skin,(or fasciae,I had to look up the proper name)I hate that stuff.
    Heck,it'll be great at many slicing tasks.
    Proud supporter of JK Knives # 67,and all makers of hand crafted goodness.
    May the forest be with you.

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