Mallard Bird and Trout Knife

(6 customer reviews)

From: $86.00 USD



The mallard is our smallest fixed blade outdoor knife. It excels at the detailed work of processing birds, fish and small game. We also find it very useful for many steps in processing large game, deboning, for example. Besides game processing, the mallard makes a great light duty, fixed blade, EDC. It is well suited to food prep and a long list of other daily cutting tasks. It’s low profile and light weight mean it is easily carried in a pocket or backpack.

The Mallard, like all of North Arm’s outdoor knives, takes its name from West Coast fauna. The Mallard is the wild duck most people are familiar with and is well known in BC. It is the ancestor of many domesticated ducks.

This is the brief info sheet we include in the box with the Mallard. For further information on care and sharpening look at the pages under the “knife care” tab on the menu bar.

We back all of our knives with a warranty and satisfaction guarantee!


Maximum Dimensions L x W x H:  8.1″ x 0.9″ x 0.56″ (20.6cm x 2.3cm x 1.4cm)
Blade length (tip to handle): 3.6″  (9.14cm)
Weight: Knife Only: 2.2 oz. (65 grams)
                   Sheath: 1.2 oz. (35 grams)

Blade steelCPM S35VN
Blade hardness: HRC 58-60
Blade thickness at spine: 0.060″ (1.5mm)
Blade Grind: flat (CNC milled)
Cutting edge angle (inclusive): 30°

Made in BC

6 reviews for Mallard Bird and Trout Knife

  1. Jeff Zarwell (verified owner)

    I received my knife yesterday.

    First, I’m impressed with the overall quality of the knife, very well made.

    Second and most importantly, the sheath IS AMBIDEXTROUS! As a left-handed, second class citizen, I am extremely appreciative of this. Nothing irks me more than buying a knife with (for a right-handed person) a perfectly useful and functional sheath only to throw it away and have to spend $50-$100 more to get a left-handed sheath made, simply so that I can carry it safely. THANK YOU! I’m not a big Kydex fan, but hey, it’s ambidextrous, so I’m good!

    Because of your ambidextrous sheath, I’ll be buying one of your Lynx knifes soon and if you ever decide to make your Skaha knife ambidextrous (the closing mechanism) I’ll jump on the wait list.

    Keep up the great work!

    Going trout fishing next week so I can use my new knife!

  2. David Gomez (verified owner)

    I Received my Mallard today, I’m very happy with it. It was purchased to replace a well loved Grohmann #2 bird and trout knife that has sentimental value. I feel it will be a worthy successor. The kydex sheath is excellent quality and well worth the small sum over the trillium knife.

  3. Rick (verified owner)

    Last year I purchased 2 of the Mallard B&T. One for myself for caping duties and one for my eldest son for dressing waterfowl. The knives are very comfortable and nimble in hand. They work great for the fine work removing the hide around the antler basses, eyes, ears, and jaw. My son probably dressed 30 or more ducks and geese with his with just the occasional touch up of the edge needed here and there. The S35VN seems to hold an edge comparable to my other knives using S30V. I’m here ordering another one for my younger son to use. The sheaths are amazing in fit and finish. Some of the best Kydex work I’ve seen.
    Thanks for a great product.

  4. Lyle Jensen

    Got one for Father’s Day and I absolutely love it. Pair it with a large boker tek-lok for belt carry. Hair whittling sharp out of the box with a thin flexible blade. If you are an agronomist this knife will be your best friend, the thin razor edge allows for easy dissection of plants in the field and cuts through canola roots with ease. Can’t wait to try it this fall for partridge!

  5. Dave Sinka (verified owner)

    Used mine for the first time on a mallard here in Michigan. Great knife! Sharp from the start! Great craftsmanship. Could not be happier. Look forward to the rest of the season easy cleaning birds with this one!!

  6. Andy (verified owner)

    It’s a nice enough knife but it’s the exact same knife as the Trillium Paring knife only more expensive. $14 for a sheath seems excessive. Buy the paring knife and make your own sheath!

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