When it came time to defeat the Midgard Serpent, Thor grabbed his hammer and this sleek little blade. Perfect for descaling, deboning, filleting, skinning, trimming, and butterflying all manner of fish or foe, the Valhalla Series Fillet Knife is a supremely powerful tool of culinary destruction. Forged of high-carbon steel — hand-sharpened to a savage 8-12 degrees — the agile blade enables warriors to effortlessly carve through flesh and sinew to reign victorious in the kitchen.
Honor every meal with the elegant and durable celestial resin handle, reinforced with stabilized wood and a stainless steel bolster for otherworldly power and grace. Engraved with the Dalstrong logo, onlookers will bear witness to your commitment to quality — the well-deserved spoils of victory. The included Valhalla-embossed leather sheath keeps the knife protected in warrior-worthy style, wherever you stash it.
6.5” Precision forged, ultra-sharp, and wear-resistant
5-layer stainless steel at 60+ Rockwell Hardness
Edge is painstakingly hand sharpened to 8-12° per side
Beautiful sandblasted finish
Tapered design for hardness and flexibility
Full tang for incredible robustness & quality
Cleans easily for low maintenance
Structurally sturdy + strong impact resistance to withstand even the most vigorous slicing, dicing, and cutting
Resistant to both extreme hot and cold temperatures for long-term durability
Premium quality blue resin and stabilized wood handle
High-tensile strength for maximum stability under rigorous action
Shock absorbance for added endurance, comfort, and grip
Superior scratch-resistant material maintains polished, glossy finish
Withstands erosion from chemicals, acids, or harsh conditions
What is the difference between a fisherman and fishmonger? While they can be interchangeable in that fishmongers can also fish and fisherman can also sell their fish, fishmongers tend to buy directly from the fisherman and then sell to others. You could say one is the production side (the fisherman) and the other is in sales (the fishmonger).