The guthooks are sharpened on both the cutting edge and the hook. The handle material shown on both the guthooks and the hunters is identified; however, any handle material you desire can be used. Guthooks measure approximately 8 - 9" overall.
Guthook No. 1
The number one guthook features a full tang with nickel-silver guard. Handle material shown on top knife is sheep horn.
This pattern was made for Troy and Jacob Landry, from Swamp People (History Channel). Handle material illustrated is sheephorn.
Hunter No. 1
Hunter No. 1 is approximately 8" overall. This knife features a full tang with nickel-silver guard. Above photo is jigged bone, but all handle materials are available.
Hunter No. 2
Hunter No. 2 is approximately 7" overall. It features a nickel-silver guard. The above photograph features a rare, rather distinctive mastodon ivory handle.
Hunter No. 5
Hunter No. 5 (top, bottom) is smaller and thinner than Hunter No. 2 (center).
The Canadian pattern was called "the perfect knife" in a 1998 edition of Field and Stream magazine. This knife features a nickel-silver bolster with a full tang. Handle material shown is sheep horn. Overall length is approximately 8 - 9".
The classic Skinner is approximately 9" overall. This knife features a full tang with nickel-silver guard. Handle shown is boxelder.
Green River Skinner
"Buffalo skinner," the ultimate skinning pattern. GR-1 is same style but without guard.
This is a very old pattern in a small, very usable size (blade is approx. 5 1/2 inches long). Handle shown is Mammoth Tooth (very expensive), but all other handles are available.