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#186029 - 02/24/20 10:46 AM Re: K'roo Knives - Willem O'Kelly [Re: coachblalock]
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Take a look at this new one by Willem O'Kelly.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B87EUHiHrkz/?igshid=1dk9psiv4a36h

If somebody on here know how to download this pic from Instagram, please do.

Thanks,

Coach


Edited by coachblalock (02/24/20 10:54 AM)
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#186031 - 02/24/20 12:27 PM Re: K'roo Knives - Willem O'Kelly [Re: coachblalock]
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Here you go:


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#186034 - 02/24/20 01:35 PM Re: K'roo Knives - Willem O'Kelly [Re: Michael_Mason]
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Thanks Michael!!!
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#186727 - 03/25/20 04:47 PM Re: K'roo Knives - Willem O'Kelly [Re: coachblalock]
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This Custom Fish Cleaning knife got here from Willem in South Africa the other day.

The "teeth" on the curved spine is for scaling and the blade for everything else.

I can clean a pound & half crappie (white perch) with it in 30 seconds, give or take.

I've been wanting one like this for years and finally got somebody to make me one.


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#186730 - 03/25/20 08:08 PM Re: K'roo Knives - Willem O'Kelly [Re: coachblalock]
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That is the real deal for cleaning pan fish!
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#186732 - 03/25/20 09:21 PM Re: K'roo Knives - Willem O'Kelly [Re: Sidney_Redford]
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Good looking Knife Coach. Sure looks like it will get the job done. Is it heavy sprung or easy to open?

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#186734 - 03/25/20 10:04 PM Re: K'roo Knives - Willem O'Kelly [Re: Shoot870p]
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Itís easy. It is a lockback.

Easy to open and locks tight so the blade canít come back on your hand


Edited by coachblalock (03/25/20 10:06 PM)
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#189549 - 08/15/20 02:26 PM Re: K'roo Knives - Willem O'Kelly [Re: coachblalock]
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A few tweaks here & there and Willem came through!

Let me introduce the Fish'n Frank Model #2.

It features a thicker, contoured handle that feels really good in my hand. With the thicker handle, flipping the knife over from scaler to gutter is much easier! The bolsters are roughed up to keep a sure grip vs. the slippery fish slime. The extra couple of notches on the spine allow better access for the hard to get to places on the fish.

Like the first, this knife is a Lockback in Purple C-tek with Stainless liners and bolsters. The 1/8" blade on this knife is RWL-34 whereas the first was N680.

I project that this knife will be the "ULTIMATE WEAPON" for scaling & gutting Bream and Crappie.


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#189553 - 08/15/20 06:20 PM Re: K'roo Knives - Willem O'Kelly [Re: coachblalock]
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That is a good looking knife and should get the job done with no problem. I always used a table fork to scale pan fish. Worked well for me.
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#189564 - 08/15/20 08:18 PM Re: K'roo Knives - Willem O'Kelly [Re: Sidney_Redford]
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I used a tablespoon and still do for scaling.

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