Named after the elite Special Operations Force of the same name, the Delta Wolf Series was created to help daring chefs go further. This rapier-thin, 6" Filet Knife is wickedly tapered to a breathtaking sliver, the high-carbon steel expertly engineered to fulfill its purpose. The narrow tip of the blade — hand sharpened to 8-12°degrees — allows you to make quick work of your favorite fish and poultry, meeting minimal resistance as you move easily around bone, joints, and in-between skin. With a few deft flicks of the wrist, you can filet, trim, skin, de-bone, de-scale, and butterfly with accuracy and speed.
Crafted for the long haul, the onyx-black Titanium Nitride coating reduces friction and adds an extra layer of protection against corrosion. The groove near the spine of the knife lightens the blade and enhances agility, so you can keep chopping and carving with speed. While the blade might be extra nimble, the camouflage G10 handle is reassuringly robust, adding the rugged style and stability you need to move with confidence through every kitchen. Triple-riveted with a triangular, multi-purpose loop on the pommel, you can display the knife magnificently on a kitchen peg or hook. Included leather sheath with snap closure protects your blade on the go.
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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).