Alaska’s Fly Out Media testing Bolduc’s Fillet Knives

Alaska’s Fly Out Media testing Bolduc’s Fillet Knives

Posted by on Aug 14, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

By Cory Luoma I personally got the opportunity to test one of Gary Bolduc’s custom fillet knives in Alaska this past summer, and if I’m giving out grades – I’m handing out all A’s. Honestly, I don’t normally get excited about knife designs, carbon rich steel, or the like. But, this particular knife was impressive in its stiffness and specific functionality toward filleting salmon. And, it looked damn good in my hand. A good fillet knife is worth its weight in gold, and as guides and outdoor professionals, having functional equipment that works everytime is paramount. These fillet knives are not only tough, but they’re also beautiful. They are works of art and certainly add a degree of professionalism to those fishing guides who use them. If you’re a serious sportsman that takes pride in the quality and efficiency of your fish filleting – check out Bolduc Knives. From Gary Bolduc himself: My knife ergo dynamics involves human factor science for increasing the ease, comfort and control of the blade during the filleting process. Length, thickness, design, comfort, hand control and sharpness have all been equated to produce the qualities my knives provide. Almost any filet knife will get the job done, although it would be more beneficial to filet quicker, easier and more accurate to not waste valuable meat and time away from the stream. Fishing is a very enjoyable sport, but filleting your catch is an undesirable chore to most fishermen, including myself; therefore I have challenged to reduce the undesirables in my filet knives by consulting professional Alaskan Fishing Guides thoughts and opinions with my own experiences and testing for two years to produce the finest filet knives made...

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Captain Bill Leahy, U.S. Army

Captain Bill Leahy, U.S. Army

Posted by on Jul 5, 2013 in Blog | 1 comment

Captain Bill Leahy of the US Army holding his Bowie knife I made for him.  I donate my knives to causes for our wounded warriors & in some cases, I pick an outstanding & deserving soldier & make him a very special knife to his specifications or desire, as in this case.  I am making a bayonet (his request) for another deserving Ranger Soldier at the present & will post a picture when completed.  This is a very rewarding cause for me & I feel grateful I am able to do something for our soldiers.  They deserve far more than what little I can give.  How about some of you other artists, out there; join me in helping causes for our soldiers, you won’t be...

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Well deserving soldier

Well deserving soldier

Posted by on Jun 23, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

CPM154 ss Bowie knife going to a well deserving soldier with a few problems; although he is taking care of business, family & himself after seeking help.   Here is the Bowie knife you said you would like to have made to admire & someday hand down to your son. I salute you Captain Bill Leahy,  U.S. Army, Ft. Lewis, Washington.    It is my honor & thank you for your service &...

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