The white-tailed deer antler handle with deep sanded finger grooves gives it gravitas without added weight. The flat-ground D2 steel blade is several levels above the material used in most fillet knives, and while it flexes enough for fish use, it’s stiff enough for boning and butchering tasks. The stitched leather sheath with an antler tip tie makes for a nice presentation. A 7-inch blade might be a bit much for panfish, but for anything larger than a pond bluegill, the Short Alaskan Fillet cuts a stylish figure in a category not known for fine design. USOC Logo engraved in the handle.
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