Posts Tagged ‘fishing knives’

Spring Chinook Run Looms Ahead

Saturday, March 6th, 2010

Chinook salmonBill Monroe, a columnist on “all things outdoors” for The Oregonian, published an article today answering questions from his readers about the upcoming spring Chinook salmon run. See what he had to say and what anglers should be getting ready for.

First, he encouraged anglers not to be discouraged with the recent week’s lack-luster performance. “C’mon … it’s the first week of March!” he writes, “There’s a reason it’s called a ‘spring’ instead of ‘winter’ Chinook run.”


PUMA Fishing Knife | Pro Fillet Steelhead

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

It’s never too late to get your pole in the water for some late season fishing around the U.S.  Just as the right rod and reel make a big difference in the type of catch you can expect and handle, the type of fishing knife you use makes a big difference in the quality of the dressing and cleaning of the fish.  Experts know that a quality knife makes a big difference in the cleanliness of gutting a fish.

The PUMA Pro Fillet steelhead model P182002 was made to stand up to the challenge of most fish cleaning jobs. This fixed blade knife has a 6-inch fillet blade and is 11-inches long overall making it easy to carry in any tacklebox. It has a comfortable plexi-grip handle and comes with a poly sheath to protect the knife and your hands during storage.  This knife is practical, useful and the perfect knife for an avid fisherman.


Fishing Knives – Variety is Key

Friday, January 25th, 2008

When it comes to fishing equipment the common items that come to people’s mind are usually rods, reels and tackle. Sometimes, however, people are shortsighted when it comes to the value of fishing knives. After all, you simply can not pull a steak knife out of a drawer throw it in a tackle box. Well, you could, but it would be a real bad idea!

If you are going fishing you are going to need a reliable knife that serves the necessary purposes it is intended. More than anything, you are going to need a sharp, stainless steel blade that can easily cut through fishing line as well as fillet a fish with ease. It also is important to note that you will need “knives” and not a “knife” because not every blade is appropriate for each fish. In fact, you will need a blade that is appropriate for the size of the fish. As such, it is best to maintain a variety in the fishing knives you own so as to maximize efficiency when fishing.