WHAT FILET KNIFE!!!!?
I was looking for a filet knife that cuts great, last long and doesnt rust, but also is a good price.
- FishSteelheadLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
There's a lot on the market but, Rapala has some pretty good price$ on their fillet knives, along with quality (links). Most all fillet knives avoid rust because of the stainless steel thats used. Blade lengths will vary, dependin' on what fish one is targeting. I DO NOT patronize them but," Wally World" aka Walmart (according to the wife) has about the best price$ on fishing gear, so you might give that some thought because, when ordering Online there's those d _ _ n Shipping and Handling fees <);-3
Schrade Uncle Henry (type we use):
Walmart (one of a' 1/2 dozen they support);
Note: Might add that the MS's knows her fishin', that along with all the best price$ on gear...Source(s): Myself and a' FEW years...
- BOBBERLv 71 decade ago
Rapala makes a great knife. I use the 4 inch for pan fish and in the house, The 6 inch works great for pike and walleye. They are relatively cheap and quite sharp and easy to sharpen.
- 1 decade ago
if 10 bucks is about it, then get a rapala, lots of people have 'em.
if your looking to get a fillet knife that you can use in your kitchen, everyday, for the next 10 years, then i would recommend a forschner. http://www.cutleryandmore.com/victorinox-forschner...
they hold an edge much longer and better, ask your local butcher what he uses
- MatayeosLv 41 decade ago
the rapala knife is perfect. Its cheap, it cuts great fillets, wont rust and is cheap what more could you want?
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- Press2PlayLv 51 decade ago
Dexter russel make great filleting knives not to mention all other types of kitchen knives.
And again, Rapala make good quality knives and for the price you cant go wrong.