Jason Fry is a custom knife maker and author of “Knifemaking Hacks” in addition to his day job as a behavior analyst and father. Jason has been making custom knives for years, has been a finalist on Forged in Fire, and is a member of the American Bladesmith Society, board member of the Knifemakers Guild, and is the VP of the Texas Knifemakers Guild. In an effort to boost availability and production of his knives, Jason has partnered with the excellent White River knives in Fremont, Michigan to produce a run of his Utility Hunter model in greater numbers while maintaining his strict quality specifications. The Utility Hunter has a carefully thought out 3.25 inch drop point blade, with a precise but durable tip and plenty of belly for slicing - with the CPM-S35VN blade showing off great stain resistance, durability, and edge holding.. The carefully designed handle has tremendous ergonomics for a variety of different hand positions and is offered in G-10, Micarta, and Sure touch - handle materials that will stay grippy no matter the conditions. The Utility Hunter will absolutely prove its worth the first time you take it out and quickly become the top dog in your knife drawer. The Jason Fry Utility Hunter includes a Right hand leather sheath made by Smith and Sons in Sulphur, Louisiana.