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kinglukas38

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Been around the knife hobby for a little bit, figured it was time to join the forum.

Short bit about me, I work in a small aircraft shop doing maintenance, repair, and modification. Most nights I can be found spent slinging dough for bread, pizza, or breakfast buns. Living where I do has also made me quite the experienced walleye fisherman.

my small collection consists of:

240mm Ikazuchi gyuto
210mm dammy Yoshihiro gyuto
180mm Tadafusa Nashiji gyuto
240mm Custom Menkiri
Spare gyuto (soon tm)
A few project single bevels
and some odds and ends

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I was going to say, since walleye are catch and release here, I’m jealous!

Good use of single bevels tho :)
 

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I was going to say, since walleye are catch and release here, I’m jealous!

Good use of single bevels tho :)
I'm actually not of fan of using debas on walleye, got too quick at cleaning around the ribs to ever look back. Lake trout on the other hand, definitely need more play time there.
 
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Been around the knife hobby for a little bit, figured it was time to join the forum.

Short bit about me, I work in a small aircraft shop doing maintenance, repair, and modification. Most nights I can be found spent slinging dough for bread, pizza, or breakfast buns. Living where I do has also made me quite the experienced walleye fisherman.

my small collection consists of:

240mm Ikazuchi gyuto
210mm dammy Yoshihiro gyuto
180mm Tadafusa Nashiji gyuto
240mm Custom Menkiri
Spare gyuto (soon tm)
A few project single bevels
and some odds and ends

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Welcome, fellow Canuck, Walleye has to be one of the tastiest fish around. Yummmummmmummm. Butter,,, slivered almonds, a squeeze of lemon, and you're Heaven bound. Here in Quebec, walleye is usually referred to as doré. Are you near Kenora by any chance? (Gun Lake)??
 

kinglukas38

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Welcome, fellow Canuck, Walleye has to be one of the tastiest fish around. Yummmummmmummm. Butter,,, slivered almonds, a squeeze of lemon, and you're Heaven bound. Here in Quebec, walleye is usually referred to as doré. Are you near Kenora by any chance? (Gun Lake)??
Ktown is close by, bout 3 hours. Used to guide on De Lesseps lake and lake Miniss, never been to Gun lake but it looks like lots of water to explore
 
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