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Knives

We all have a love-hate relationship with knives. We love them when they are sharp and hate them when they are dull. I have a long history with knives and I might go as far as to say I am an expert witness. If you want a sparp knife, really sharp, get a carbon steel knife. The Dexter Russell 76 series is a knife that will take an edge. It has been a favorite of commercial fishermen forever. You rip a lot of fish or cut a lot of chum, you use a carbon steel knife. Carbon steel knives rust quickly and that is a problem. If you can't deal with the rust then get a stainless steel knife. The are hard to sharpen and require frequent steeling (to straighten the edge). I have found that diamond sharpeners work better when it comes to putting an edge on a stainless knife.

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