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SOL Stoke Knives for Camping and Fishing

On my recent fishing and camping trip in Northern Minnesota, my SOL Stoke Knives set really helped me operate. The Stoke Camp Hatchet is one of my favorite tools as it’s lightweight and strong, and makes for cutting small, dead branches away with ease. Also, the Stoke Folding knife from SOL is great to have in camp and on the boat as it makes it easy when cutting fishing line or anything of that nature. Overall, all of these knives work great and to top it off, they have a flint fire starter to help you easily start a fire. This works great and serves to put your mind at ease in a survival type situation.

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