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Buck Knives 0225BLS Silver Creek Large Fixed Blade Filet Knife, Blue/Stainless


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  • 9-5/8 inch 420H2 Titanium coated flexible steel blade
  • Overall Length 14-3/8-Inch, Weight 5.3-Ounce
  • Glass reinforced polypropylene with TPE rubber handle and a stainless steel guard
  • Injection molded sheath with an integrated belt clip and stylized drain hole
  • Made in the USA-Forever Warranty
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Technical Details
Item Weight150 g
Product Dimensions20.3 x 7.6 x 5.1 cm
Item model number3118
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Height1.81 inches
Length15.81 inches
Width2.69 inches
Number of Items1
Number of Pieces1
Batteries Included?No
Brand NameBuck Knives
  
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ASINB001DBBE5A
Best Sellers Rank #48,211 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight318 g
Date First AvailableOct. 26 2010
  
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Buck Knives - Large Silver Creek Fixed Blade Fillet Knife: Model BU-225BLS. 14 3/8" Overall. 9 5/8" blade. Titanium coated 420J2 steel fillet blade. Gray and blue thermoplastic and rubber handle with stainless guard and lanyard. Gray injection molded plastic sheath with integral belt clip and stylized drain hole. Made in China.

From the Manufacturer

Buck Knives 225 Silver Creek Large Fillet Knife is safe, reliable, and durable. This large sized fillet knife has a titanium coated blade and is designed for added flexibility and corrosion resistance, a rubberized anti slip grip and a stainless steel safety guard. The Silver Creek Medium Fillet features a 9-5/8-Inch 420J2 Titanium Coated Steel blade. Its 14-3/8-Inch overall and weight 5.3-Ounce The handle has a thermoplastic base with a rubber overmolded grip and stainless steel finger guard. It also features an injection molded plastic sheath with an integrated belt clip and stylized drain holes, and as with all Buck Knives, it features Buck's 4-Ever Unconditional Lifetime Warranty.



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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on Feb. 28 2014
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I am not a knife aficionado, but this knife is super sharp, well balanced and has a very long blade which makes it very useful for filleting large fish; my primary use.
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By Ronnie Warren on March 23 2015
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The size of this knife is great. Its taking me abit to get used to the extra 3 inches but it feels nice and perfectly balanced in my hand.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
My best choice for a fine filet knife May 23 2010
By Michael Ary - Published on Amazon.com
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I had almost given up looking for a quality filet knife. I finally bought this filet knife on Amazon after I saw it at a finer knife store in my area, and was able to comparison shop by actually holding it and seeing all its qualities. It's made by Buck Knives, long time makers of safe, reliable, and durable hunting, fishing and sport knives. It is large sized (almost 10 inch blade), yet weighs only 5+ oz. I like it's rubberized anti-slip grip and stainless steel finger guard for assured safety. This is important when handling slimy fish. It is made with a titanium coated steel blade, but I get the feeling that the blade, though flexible, may snap if bent. This is why I gave it only a 4 star. It comes with a nice plastic sheath with belt clip and best of all an unconditional lifetime warranty. I didn't see any filet knife superior than this for the price.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Buck 225 Silver Creek Large Fillet Knife Aug. 16 2011
By CaptTurbo - Published on Amazon.com
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I have only been using this knife on my charter boat for a couple weeks so it's still early and I will update this review if need be in the future.

I like the lengthy blade for the salt water fish that I clean. I very much like the amount of flex this blade has. I'm not so keen on that even Buck is making knives in China these days. Discovering that was a little deflating.

I have seen some tiny rust spots on the ground edge so I have been careful to rinse the knife with fresh water and dry it after each use.

Update December 13 2012

I'm still using this knife and it is performing well. Everything I posted above still goes but I just wanted to update the review to mention that I'm still getting good service from it. The rust is annoying but I do like the flex in the blade and it takes an edge well.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Requires Too Much Maintenance July 15 2014
By Raffpap - Published on Amazon.com
This was a good knife out of the box. However, I soon discovered it required a lot of sharpening because it does not maintain an edge. I also own the American-made Buck Clearwater and had the last 4 weeks or so to compare them on sockeye salmon here in Alaska. In the end, the Clearwater was getting through 8-10 fish before needing another sharpening, while this foreign-made Silver Creek was done after only 3-4 fish. Seriously, I saw the difference. This is probably a good knife for small fish, however, I highly recommend you get the USA-made Clearwater if you want excellent staying power on larger fish.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
But today I used the knife on a 45# Blue catfish and several other catfish and I love it. The long length of this knife makes .. July 7 2014
By doebranch - Published on Amazon.com
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I didn't realize or wasn't thinking this knife was going to be somewhat larger than the filet knives I currently use. But today I used the knife on a 45# Blue catfish and several other catfish and I love it. The long length of this knife makes it extremely easier to go through the wider bodies of very large catfish. It's a Buck so what do you expect? Quality knives that are well built so this knife should last me a long time. If you're into cleaning large fish, this is an excellent knife.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Bigger knife = bigger fish Oct. 4 2014
By Lee H. - Published on Amazon.com
I like the Silver Creek series a lot. Solid construction, takes an edge well, and you can keep a firm grip despite blood, guts, and slime. However, for the average freshwater or surf/inshore saltwater fisherman, the blade length is simply too long. For smaller fish I suggest the 223BLS. The 225 I have used for yellowtail, large catfish, and a couple of sharks with good success though.