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    Another very nice blade.

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    Very nice piece of work.
    Maybe some pics of "the making of"?

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    Hey Crash, that is one "filetin''" knife. Sure would have liked that when I was doing that stuff.
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    Looks awesome Crash!

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    Hey! We could have used one of those that night we were in S. Carolina, hacking up trout with an axe!

    That was some good trout.
    If you didn't bring jerky what did I just eat?

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    That was great trout. Thanks to the kids and their little Barbie polls we ate well.
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    I would think every well prepared axe is capabel to filleting a fish...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roel View Post
    I would think every well prepared axe is capabel to filleting a fish...
    It was more of a personal skill issue than an equipment problem. We had about 6 people around that prep table and at least $2000 or $3000 worth of custom cutlery.

    Our camps were never short of good knives, axes, saws or coffee.
    If you didn't bring jerky what did I just eat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyratshooter View Post
    It was more of a personal skill issue than an equipment problem. We had about 6 people around that prep table and at least $2000 or $3000 worth of custom cutlery.

    Our camps were never short of good knives, axes, saws or coffee.
    That's for sure. We may need to do another camp since it has been a few years.
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    "Our camps were never short of good knives, axes, saws or coffee."
    The coffee, that will always do the job....

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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    That's for sure. We may need to do another camp since it has been a few years.
    I am definitely down for a rendezvous. Kiddos no longer use barbie and Spiderman polls though.... They grow up fast!!! That was a great trip, and jr no longer honks car horns at 2 am btw!
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