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Thread: Now that the Bubba Blade cordless and 110 v has been out a while....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroKenneth View Post
    Maybe Iím doing it wrong. I cut through the ribs intentionally.


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    Me too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Redge View Post
    Me too.


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    Yep. I cut through ribs then cut ribs out with another knife


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    Used a small 110v rapala for years . Blades lasted forever . Plenty of power. Bought a Bubba cordless about 2 years ago . I liked the idea of cordless , and everyone on here raved about how great they were . Well... I wish I had my money back . Doesnít have much power. Mine came with about 4 different blades. All of them are way longer than need to fillet crappie. Iíd like to see a how a shorter set performed. Batteries do last awhile . Rpms seem much lower than my old rapala. Maybe I just got a bad one ? Anyway , I wouldnít recommend one . Iím going back to the small rapala.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutchman View Post
    Used a small 110v rapala for years . Blades lasted forever . Plenty of power. Bought a Bubba cordless about 2 years ago . I liked the idea of cordless , and everyone on here raved about how great they were . Well... I wish I had my money back . Doesn’t have much power. Mine came with about 4 different blades. All of them are way longer than need to fillet crappie. I’d like to see a how a shorter set performed. Batteries do last awhile . Rpms seem much lower than my old rapala. Maybe I just got a bad one ? Anyway , I wouldn’t recommend one . I’m going back to the small rapala.
    I threw away the blades that came with my cordless. Using Mr. Twister blades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutchman View Post
    Used a small 110v rapala for years . Blades lasted forever . Plenty of power. Bought a Bubba cordless about 2 years ago . I liked the idea of cordless , and everyone on here raved about how great they were . Well... I wish I had my money back . Doesnít have much power. Mine came with about 4 different blades. All of them are way longer than need to fillet crappie. Iíd like to see a how a shorter set performed. Batteries do last awhile . Rpms seem much lower than my old rapala. Maybe I just got a bad one ? Anyway , I wouldnít recommend one . Iím going back to the small rapala.
    I threw away the blades that came with my cordless. Using Mr. Twister blades.

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    American Angler and done

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    Just git the cordless as a birthday gift from my son!

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    What blades preform the best with cordless Bubba?

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    I'm sure happy with my cordless bubba... but when they get smart and rotate the handle say 50-60 degrees so I don't have to twist my wrist and cramp up, I'll upgrade.
    Don't know why they still make em like we're carving turkeys.

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