Pros: Lock Type, Lock Ease of Use, Weight, Blade Material
Cons: Handle Material, None
Will do the job
This is not a top of the line fillet knife and i will therefore not review it as such. I use this mainly as a fillet knife for backpacking as it is very light and takes up very little room. The added safety feature that prevents the knife from closing on you while in use is great because whether you are miles into the mountains, or at home its best to avoid cutting yourself. As with most columbia river knives it comes with a good stainless steel blade that has plenty of flex and a useable edge (sharpening to your own standards is always recommended). The only negative really is the handle it feels pretty cheap and doesnt have the best ergonomics, but I honestly didn't have the expectation that it would when I bought it. Overall i don't think you can beat the knife for the price, if you are looking for a fillet knife you can just throw in a backpack or fishing box, this will do the job.