Rapala Witch's Tooth Collector Fillet Knife
Own a piece of lore and give a nod to craftsmanship with the Witch's Tooth Collector fillet knife. According to Finnish folklore, a witch's tooth is locked inside the handle of the knife to protect its user from harm. In the Witch's Tooth Collector knife, a small rock is placed inside the Finnish curly birch and reindeer antler handle to represent the witch's tooth. This Rapala fillet knife, which comes with a collector's tin and leather sheath, is a great display piece, but it's also made to be completely functional.
- ~Stainless Steel Blade
- ~Curly Birch & Reindeer Antler Handle
- ~Leather Sheath
- ~Packaged In A Rapala Collector Tin
- ~Handle Length: 4"
- ~Blade Length: 6"
|Knife Type||Fixed Blade|
There is a place in Finland where the waters of the Lake Pielinen swiftly flow over and around a field of boulders. It's called the Kalkkinen Rapids. The water is pure and the blue Scandinavian sky is fresh, perfumed by the scent of pine trees. Time seems to stand still here.
For centuries, the Finnish people came to these waters. To drink. To bathe. To fish. Even today, these waters are a source of life.
Every time you tie on a Rapala lure, or fillet a fish with a Rapala fillet knife, the Rapala story comes alive. And it's here, at these rapids that Lauri Rapala, the man who invented the Rapala lure in 1936, decided to continue the journey that would turn a family handicraft into one of the world's most memorable fishing lures of all time. From this point forward, fishing would never be the same. Rapala lures are now sold in 140 countries and are responsible for more world record fish than any other lure.