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    I use the corded rapala and I am on the 2nd one . first one lasted 3 yrs and am on my 3rd year on this one now . they do get warm after about 30+ fish but have done me well I usually clean 500+ fish a year so I’m satisfied ! I have the Berkley cordless and it only last about 20-25 fish handy if no electricity but don’t last long and isn’t too sharp!

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    I recently bought the HD Rapala. Only cleaned a couple fish with it but I like it so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockhitter View Post
    Ditto on the cheap electric knives. Black and Decker makes a good one for around 14.00. Just the blades of your choice from Berkley and you have a great set up. Myself, I've had several over the years and always keep the blades from whatever brand I had been using, twister, Berkley, etc.

    So you’re using a different blade on the Black and Decker? That may something to try????

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    I have cleaned everything from large sharks, red fish to many panfish with my American Angler corded filet knife- still going, but I am also looking for a good cordless one now.

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    mister twister all the way

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    I use the american angler 12v fillet knife with the battery clips. I've used it hard for over a year, sometimes filleting over 100 white perch a session. The thing still works good as new. It's well worth the money, I got it off ebay for 40 bucks. The same knife retails for $109.
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    spoke with a my buddy that owns a archery / gun shop , we was talking about knives and he said one of his vendors has the battery bubba blade for 115$ after tax. i told him to get it coming

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