Re: good deer knife
I have a Schrade sharp finger that I have had for years. It's a great knife and you won't go wrong buying one.
The knife I am carrying this year is a Cold Steel Canadian Belt Knife. It's very light, I don't know I have it. Cheap enough it's almost disposable. It holds an edge very well. Last weekend it skinned 4 deer without sharpening. The rounded shape of the blade lets you use the entire front half of the blade for skinning. It's a great deboning knife as well. I do all my close to the bone work with the Cold Steel. Once I have the meat separated I just use a filet knife to cut the meat into steaks. When the meat hits the freezer there are no bones, just pure protein.