The CRKT M.U.K. Marine Utility Knife features a full tang stainless steel blade with a straight cutting edge in combination with a concave serrated section. Tom says the straight edge cuts cleanly against a cutting board. The oversized serrations are "non-stick"—there is no sharp point to snag. The blade's rounded back reduces the risk of cutting entrails when cleaning fish. Then there is the row of non-slip grooves along the top of the blade. These are friction grooves for your thumb, but they also work great as a fish scaler.
The M.U.K. has a unique offset handle angle that allows knuckle clearance when cutting bait or slicing fish on a cutting table. And it has a soft, grooved polypropylene handle with four finger choils to give you all the grip possible when your hands are cold, wet, and slippery. At the butt, there's a lanyard hole and a blood groove spoon. Includes a blade guard that just slides on.
The CRKT M.U.K. (Marine Utility Knife) was designed by Jeff Veff as the perfect fishing knife. Everything about this knife, even the super low price tag has a reason. In the case of the price tag, it's not gonna cause financial turmoil if it falls into the deep blue or gets lost.