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    Default Best electric filet knife?

    Im wanting opinions on what yall have found to be the best electric filet knife? Are the American anglers worth the money? And does anybody have any experience with the new cordless filet knifes?


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    Rapala , heavy duty . Is a good knife. Best ? Many I have not used .
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    I have 2 American angler’s. One about 20 years old that is my go to. Got a newer blue/gray one and don’t like the ergonomics of it very much. Buying new would get the yellow/ gold colored one. Saw something about bubba blade having an electric. Looked it up this morning, found it at one place 128.00. Couldn’t find any info on it or reviews. Seen a lot of guys on different sites talking about the bread knifes at Walmart being pretty good and cheap.
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    I use a black and decker Turkey carving knife and have used it for 5 years now and I love it it works good for me and only cost about 9 or 10 dollars

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    My daily knife is an American Angler with Shark blades. I bought a 12 volt Rapala for the times I have to clean fish away from 110 volts. That thing lasted about 3 times used then bit the dust. I keep a Black and Decker from WalMart ($11) as a back-up 110V.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M R Dux View Post
    My daily knife is an American Angler with Shark blades..
    X2. My American Angler is about 20 years old. It will be a sad day when it bites the dust


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    I love my American angler, I also have a Rapala Battery operated, It is fine, but does not get used much.

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    american angler, shark blades, get the yellow one i think its call pro angler. the blue one is kinda bulky in you hand. they got a new one out at bass pro call the titanium its grey and black. its high 125.00. dont know anything about it though.

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    Love my American Angler.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Speck View Post
    X2. My American Angler is about 20 years old. It will be a sad day when it bites the dust


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    I love my old American Angler too! I even have a pair of "new old stock" Anglers from back in the 90's that I discovered in my dad's fish shack when I cleaned it up after he passed away. New in box! So I should be set deep into the future if they last like the first one has!

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