Buck Knives’ new multi-purpose fishing tool is a different take on standard fishing pliers. Called the Splizzors, the tool features replaceable cutting blades with micro-serrations that easily slice through braided line, as well as mono and fluorocarbon.
The Splizzors also functions as a set of long needle-nose pliers for removing hooks and lures, and has crimping slots for split shots and sleeves. Along with these features, the tool has a grippy rubber handle, a bottle opener and a lanyard hole.
The stainless steel blades and frame are constructed of 420HC steel, with an overall length of 8 ½” and a total weight of 8.3 ounces. A nylon sheath is included.
For more information go to the Buck Knives website here.
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