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Fillet knives #10576379 01/28/15 10:57 PM
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Hi,
just purchased my first center comsole. Epic 25sc with Evinrude 300g2...what an awsome set up..normally I bass fish but now will be saltwater fishing alot. So I'm looking for a decent priced fillet knife electric or non..have any ideas?


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Re: Fillet knives [Re: Wes1227] #10576460 01/28/15 11:39 PM
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I use American angler saltwater electric on reds, trout and flounder, it's not as good as the old original model, but better than anything else on the market, if you want a twister or rapala, happy to send you one.


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Dexter-Russell off Amazon. 6" boning and an 8" filet knife should do ya'. Congrats on the new water horse!


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I know some people are great with regular fillet knives but I've been filleting fish since my dad always made me clean the catch 40+ years ago. I use a twister electric even though Goff hurt my feelings about it.

I keep about 3 back ups in my garage. Not because I need them but because I always forget them and buy a new one when I'm down at the coast.


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Re: Fillet knives [Re: Wes1227] #10634773 02/21/15 11:50 AM
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I own an Epic 22sc with a 200 yamaha and love it! I use a Bubba knife, seem to never go dull. I use and electric knife for small fish, gets too hot after 10 fish.


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Re: Fillet knives [Re: Wes1227] #10636137 02/22/15 02:07 AM
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Dexter fillet knifes have always been my go to

Re: Fillet knives [Re: Wes1227] #10638952 02/23/15 04:13 AM
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Dexter all the way. Grab you two or three in the shapes you like and go to town. I own over 12 and use them all the time. I plan on ordering one of those works sharpeners this week to touch them all up.


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