Heartwood color can vary a fair amount with Honduran Mahogany, from a pale pinkish brown, to a darker reddish brown. Color tends to darken with age. Mahogany also exhibits an optical phenomenon known as chatoyancy. "CHATOYANCY" (sha-toy-ancy). Derived from French orign meaning, vibrant, translucent, "popping depth" Owning this blade will set you apart from all other fishermen!
Three blades available:
(1) A 7.25" heat treated hardened stainless steel, polished mirror finished blade with upper cutting edge;
(2) A 7.25" single edge heat treated hardened stainless steel, polished mirror finished blade;
(3) A 6.75" single edge heat treated hardened stainless steel, polished mirror finished blade
BE SURE TO INDICATE BLADE TYPE #1, #2, or #3 WHEN ORDERING!
FOR STATES OTHER THAN MN: Be sure to click on state under "Shipping" and update destination to your state.
I was told by a long-standing customer that his 7-year-old knife was, "like new." I asked, "How can that be?" He said, "Because I take care of it!" So, I encourage three things; (1) it is sharpened. You keep it HONED! (2) Blade is friction fit (channeled) in the sheath. Reinsert the blade in same spot you extracted it. (3) A little mild soap and water, rinse, and wipe dry.