Hi Guys, Just looking for a little feedback on knife number 4. This is my first foray into design as I drew this one out from scratch myself without copying directly off of any makers specific design although I do imagine most designs are going to resemble other makers efforts, especially with more traditional styles. Basically I wanted to do a rendition of a bird and trout knife. My research seems to indicate that proper design relies on a lighter weight, slimmer type design with a blade smaller than 3 inches in length. This is what I have come up with. So far I have ground the shape and blade profile. In this picture I have indicated a 2 pin placement for the handle, although I am considering a 3 pin as I do like the look, using 1/8th inch stainless pins. The overall length is just a hair under 7 inches, and the blade is 2 7/8th from tip to plunge line. I have epoxied up some figured walnut that I soaked for 24 hrs in some Pentacryl wood stabilizer, with some darker, burnt orange coloured spacer material and was planning on using that for the scales, although I have just lucked into a gift from a friend of a bunch of bits and pieces of different figured woods so I am pondering changing up my idea, but really, I do love the walnut and think I might just go with it since it was my initial instinct. Anyways, here is a pic of the blade. I would love a bit of feedback. Did my idea of a bird and trout knife hit the mark (up to this point anyways)?