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    American angler got 3 of them with shark blades will filet a 3 lbr in a jiffy.
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    I have had several different. None of them lasted as long as my American Angler has.

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    Yall got to quit all these threads about “what’s the best”. First thing I do is start researching all the different brands. Then I price shop them on Amazon. Next thing I know I have added them to my cart and clicked “proceed to checkout”. A new American Angler should arrive by Thursday
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    Default Best electric filet knife?

    Wish someone would buy one of the fancy new bubba blade electric knife and let us know how it works. It looks pretty sweet but itís pricey.


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    Quote Originally Posted by feelay View Post
    Wish someone would buy one of the fancy new bubba blade electric knife and let us know how it works. It looks pretty sweet but itís pricey.


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    I'd like to see a video of someone using it on smaller fish or any fish for that matter. Thing looks like a sawzall, can't find it on the bubba blade website but they have them at tackle direct. Says for large fish and game in their description.

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    One I saw in a picture looked normal size and had a blade similar to the shark blades.


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    I use the orange/brown colored American angler. Expensive, but had one for a couple years now and its going strong after much use. I have another for a backup but never have gotten it out of the factory package. I also saw the bubba blade electric advertise lately and would be willing to try one, but I need to wear these others out first.


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