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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle 1 View Post
    Rome was not conquered in a day , you're only a couple thousand away from being great .
    Donít think thatís going to motivate him very well lol.


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    Electric all the way. I'm a butcher and use electric not to say I don't love my bubba blade, however last time I used I got a nice nick on my none cutting hand. So if using a standard fillet knife I highly recommend cutting gloves, can be found in most sporting store.

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    I have used the Walmart knives for a number of yrs but finally broke down and bought a Mister Twister and havenít regretted it once. I fillet catfish and crappie both with it and it does extremely well for me

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    Gona lose it, strip the gears, get it wet, etc. I just buy the $12 Black and Decker and use it, or lose, or break the gears. No big deal, get another.

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    Me twister 20 bucks and to be honest I like it more than my 129.00 American angler titanium.


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    I have a 7 year old American angler corded knife. Well worth the money
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    They all work, unless you want a cordless model, my advise would be to start with a Walmart special.
    Or you could stop by my place for a free Mr Twister with 2 sets of blades that i never use.

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    I use a rapala deluxe that plugs into cigarette plug on boat. But if you go to most commercial places you will see these. Spent a few of my younger years in a meat/seafood market.Name:  Screenshot_20191120-064034.jpg
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    I have a Rapala regular wooden handle leather sheath fillet knife. They are fairly inexpensive and have decent steel. I did splurge and buy a Dalstrong Gladiator series fillet knife for use in the kitchen. It is a pretty knife.
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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