I lost my Spyderco Atlantic salt which I loved and I I was about to order a new one. The knife had a fully serrated blade and Sheepfoot tip, a safety function to prevent accidentally puncturing things like yourself or an inflatable PDF.
Now I see Spyderco also makes a fully serrated Hawkbill knife in H1 stainless which it claims is even better for cutting thick line.
I’m leaning towards just replacing my Atlantic Salt but do any knife experts care to help me decide which is a better knife to take offshore? I can’t take either to work so it would be used mostly for fishing trips and the occasional day out on a friend’s blow boat.
P.S. I’m ruling out traditional pointy blades because I’ve never needed to stab anything on the water and I’m ruling out other manufacturers because I’m very satisfied with Spyderco.