October 28, 2010
Tree-stand hunters usually fall in one of two camps. On one side, you have hunters who want to cut the smallest shooting lanes possible for the best possible concealment. I, on the other hand, am willing to risk getting busted, because I hate seeing a buck and not being able to get a shot. My grandfather, whose passion was fishing, always told me, "If two-pound test is good, four-pound is better." He didn't mind missing a bite, but if he hooked a fish, you could bet he was going to land it. As a result, I carry a saw with me to trim branches and make sure that if I see it, I can shoot it.
The saw in my pack serves double duty when I need to cut through bone to field-dress game. The blade is rough for wood but works on bone as well. With Bohning's Kutz-All it looks like my saw will soon be pulling triple duty. The Kutz-All comes with three different saw blades designed to cut anything from wood to bone to plastic. As a bonus, the Kutz-All also has a fillet knife that is great for field dressing or skinning.
The Bohning Company, Ltd.
7361 N. Seven Mile Rd.
Lake City, MI 49651
The handle of the Kutz-All is large enough to really get your hand around and has a great rubber coating to keep your hands from slipping. The blades can all be stored in the handle for waterproof storage. The Kutz-All is available in green, blue, yellow and red.--DD