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My passion is about fisherman's knives. Hope to meet and talk with others that collect them
Here is a part of my fish knife collection. Since taking this picture I have added nine more. They are all two blade folders.
Quenn #46 1 of 70 2005 Winterbottom Bone USA
GEC 651213 USA
Buck 387 2014 China
Rough Rider RR1401 China
Frost Ocoee River China
Richards Sheffield England
North American Fishing Club (Probably China)
Imperial c.1936-1956 USA
Ideal Knife Company USA
Ka-Bar T29 Olean NY
Western 751 Boulder Colo.
Providence Cutlery Prov. RI
Imperial c.1956-1988 Prov. RI
Colonial Prov. USA
Imperial Diamond Edge c.1956-1988 USA
Fish Knife Pakistan
You have a few I would like to get one day. Great Collection.
Love that old folding Kabar. Had one when I was a kid but somehow lost it in a back country jeep ride to that secret honey hole. Haven't even thought about it until now. Thanks for sharing.
Nice to meet you Calvin. I lived in Topeka for six years, 1977 to 1983. There was a municipal lake of about 200 acres a mile from my house. I would fish in it. One day I stopped on my way home from work to cast a few times. I hooked a fish. When I got it landed it was a northern pike. There I was with nothing to work with. How was I going to get my hook out of that mouth full of teeth? Finally I stuck a stick in its mouth so it couldn't close it and was able to get the hook out.
Thanks J. J.
The sniping has also made it harder to get a good deal on eBay. I have done some sniping myself, especially if it is something I really want. What is that saying, if you can't beat them, join them. This knife I didn't get on eBay. I bought it from Gus Marsh.
Tobias Gibson said:
Wow! That 31 looks mint! I keep looking but they keep slipping away on me. All those sniping apps have sucked the fun out of eBay. Great find, Charles!