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    Default BEST FILLET KNIVES!!?

    i dont like electric knives i get more done with a fillet knife! just wanna know whats the best out there not looking to spend over 200$ and what grade of steels the best!?
    crappie fishin aint free!

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    A lot of people talk good about the "bubba knife" they are about $50-$60.I like to use the electric knifes but wished they made better, faster, and stronger ones.
    Be safe and good luck fishing

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    It's hard to beat a rapala about $12. There very sharp.

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    I have been through dozens of mr. twister, american angler and rapala electric fillet knives and the best one I have found is a cheap black and decker from the kithcen appliance area in walmart. I have cleaned more fish with one black and decker than I have with ten mr. twisters. But I also have a browning regular fillet knife that is great!

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    I have the Bubba Blade 9" and it works great. I also use the electric when I have a lot to clean. It's faster.
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    Dexter Russell is what I use. They're American made and been around a long time.

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    Have you tried an american angler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowe175 View Post
    It's hard to beat a rapala about $12. There very sharp.
    ^^^^X2

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    I have the Buck folding fillet knife. Not made in the usa but still hold an edge very well.

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    Tractor Supply has Uncle Henry bone handle 9 inch filet knifes for about 10 bucks. Holds an edge pretty good and well made.

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