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I was cleaning some squirrel Saturday for my first time and I was using a small knife the most and it got me to wanting another one and I don't know which one I want should I have a knife just for small game thanks
 

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I just use a small pocket knife, but now I've gotten a Mora that I'm pretty sure I'm going to use for everything. But, the small Rapala fillet knives with the wooden handle work awesome for just about anything.
 

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This Old Timer Sharpfinger
is very universal.
It is also inexpensive and sharp.

The Case folder is only used for trout,[me]
but is also a good choice.
 

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This Old Timer Sharpfinger
is very universal.
It is also inexpensive and sharp.

The Case folder is only used for trout,[me]
but is also a good choice.
+1 on the Old Timer Sharpfinger. It's the only field knife I've ever needed. The lady of the house, on the other hand, prefers her Wyoming Knife.
 

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I also use a very old, Old Timer Sharp Finger. It works great on small game.
 

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Another Old Timer Sharp Finger user, it also works great on large game. I know a guy up north of me that I would like to try it out on.
 

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I like these two a lot, the folder is a Remington upland knife, the other is a cold steel canadian belt knife. ( the canadian belt knife is ultra light, but could be used for deer and other large animals). I really like the feel of the knife in hand. The remington knife has a choke tube tool and a gut hook.

good luck
 
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