Helle Steinbit Knife

Helle Steinbit Knife
Helle Steinbit Knife
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Steinbit Knife by Helle
Maybe the fish aren't biting because they know about your crappy, dull, old fillet knife. Equip your kit with the Helle Steinbit Knife, and maybe those walleye will start to get a bit hungry from the nightcrawlers you're tossing their way. The thin and flexible blade is made of non-laminated Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel, making it ideal for efficiently turning your catch into your dinner. The beautiful curly birch wood handle is curved to fit your hand perfectly, and it's pretty enough to make your angling skills look good even if you catch more tree branches and seaweed than anything else.

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SKU: HLE000B
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