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Best filet knife?

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Ryan

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Probably been discussed before but i was just wondering what everyone thinks is the best filet knife if you are cleaning larger fish.

This isnt for me, it would be a gift for someone else who does offshore fishing.

I would like to send as a thank you gift, so a little more expensive than your normal Rapala is probably what I would like. He already has a Bubba Blade.....
 

Meatwagon

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Probably been discussed before but i was just wondering what everyone thinks is the best filet knife if you are cleaning larger fish.

This isnt for me, it would be a gift for someone else who does offshore fishing.

I would like to send as a thank you gift, so a little more expensive than your normal Rapala is probably what I would like. He already has a Bubba Blade.....
Can a fisherman really have to many Bubba blades? ? they come in many sizes.
 

ThunderMullet

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For the last trip to Powell I bought a corded Rapala fillet knife. It was hands down the best investment I could have made.
The corded version was much more powerful than the old rechargeable I had. Wicked sharp too!
It reduced cleaning time by at LEAST 3x. It literally saved hours of time at the fillet table!
-ThunderMullet

https://www.amazon.com/Rapala-Heavy...&sr=8-1&keywords=rapala+electric+fillet+knife

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ThunderMullet

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Gotcha. For the bigger offshore fillet jobs, I have the Forschner Cimeter with the granton edge. Great for getting the job done on tunas & jacks and other pelagics. Commercial grade, super tough, sharp and reliable.
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Coho975

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Gotcha. For the bigger offshore fillet jobs, I have the Forschner Cimeter with the granton edge. Great for getting the job done on tunas & jacks and other pelagics. Commercial grade, super tough, sharp and reliable.
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Great knife, Forschner also makes a similar one of the same quality and a bit cheaper. Sani-Safe makes excellent filet knives as well, most all the commercial guys on the west coast use them. Don't confuse them with the Dexter's, they are not the same knife.
 
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