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Fillet knife blades #13632371 07/16/20 02:26 AM
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Tell me what y’all have for blades

I have a cordless Rapala the blades seem to really struggle filleting crappie

Want to buy some sharp replacements

What’s the word on blades?

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Re: Fillet knife blades [Re: Tiltman] #13632412 07/16/20 03:04 AM
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I buy black and decker electric knifes at Walmart. They are cheap enough to buy a new ones when the blades wear out. They cut through red snapper ribs and work well on crappie, catfish, and bluegill. I have cleaned 200 pound sharks with them.

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I use the Cordless Rapala Ion, but use the Saltwater Blades for the American Angler Pro electric knife.

I think you will be very happy. I even get the Titanium Blades for $5 more.

https://smile.amazon.com/American-Angler-Saltwater-Replacement-Electric/dp/B07RY43VLF/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=american%2Bangler%2Breplacement%2Bblades&qid=1594878402&sprefix=american%2Bangler%2B&sr=8-2&th=1&psc=1

Hope this helps you.


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Re: Fillet knife blades [Re: Tiltman] #13632738 07/16/20 02:01 PM
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I just bought a set of Bubba's fillet knives at Academy, hope to try them out this weekend. I know their fillet knife is good.

Re: Fillet knife blades [Re: HOGON] #13632754 07/16/20 02:16 PM
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Originally Posted by HOGON
I use the Cordless Rapala Ion, but use the Saltwater Blades for the American Angler Pro electric knife.

I think you will be very happy. I even get the Titanium Blades for $5 more.

https://smile.amazon.com/American-Angler-Saltwater-Replacement-Electric/dp/B07RY43VLF/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=american%2Bangler%2Breplacement%2Bblades&qid=1594878402&sprefix=american%2Bangler%2B&sr=8-2&th=1&psc=1

Hope this helps you.


perfect, I ordered em. I have the same cordless as you so I should be in business! Thanks

Re: Fillet knife blades [Re: Osbornfishing] #13633501 07/17/20 12:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Osbornfishing
I buy black and decker electric knifes at Walmart. They are cheap enough to buy a new ones when the blades wear out. They cut through red snapper ribs and work well on crappie, catfish, and bluegill. I have cleaned 200 pound sharks with them.


Same her!

but if you have a chain saw file, you can sharpen electric knife blades. It doesn't take but a few minutes.


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Re: Fillet knife blades [Re: Tiltman] #13633641 07/17/20 03:24 AM
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I'd like to get a cordless knife but I'm afraid that I'll be disappointed by the power or run time. I wish Milwaukee made an M12 Fuel fillet knife.

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I used the American Angler Pro for over 5 years.

Jerry Hancock introduced me to this Rapala knife. It is not their only cordless knife.

This is the only one I can attest too.

https://www.scheels.com/p/rapala-lithium-ion-cordless-fillet-knife-combo/02267727545.html

I bought the above kit. It comes with a very nice carrying case and two batteries.

You can run off one battery for 80 minutes continuous use.

I cleaned 100 on one battery. You will then have a spare battery that comes with the kit.

You don't run it continually while cleaning fish.

I do not use the blades that come with it for cleaning fish.

I use the American Angler Pro Saltwater Blades. See the link in my previous post on the thread.

You will not be disappointed.


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Re: Fillet knife blades [Re: Piscivore] #13633749 07/17/20 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Piscivore
I'd like to get a cordless knife but I'm afraid that I'll be disappointed by the power or run time. I wish Milwaukee made an M12 Fuel fillet knife.

cheers x2 !!!!

Re: Fillet knife blades [Re: Tiltman] #13633803 07/17/20 12:32 PM
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run time on mine isn't an issue, more so I may as well be using a hatchet as dull as the blades are.


anxious to try the new ones.

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Nothing better than just a plain old sharp fillet Knife.

I don't use electric - I keep 3 of them surgically sharp.

the key word is sharp

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I have the lithium ion Bubba Blade cordless and I enjoy it.

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The knife Hogon is talking about is on sale right now for $99.

https://www.fleetfarm.com/detail/rapala-lithium-ion-cordless-fillet-knife-combo/0000000253837


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Re: Fillet knife blades [Re: Tiltman] #13635406 07/18/20 09:20 PM
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got the blades in today! I will report back as soon as I can get after the crappie again.

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Originally Posted by Flyingjoe
The knife Hogon is talking about is on sale right now for $99.

https://www.fleetfarm.com/detail/rapala-lithium-ion-cordless-fillet-knife-combo/0000000253837

This is the one I have and it has never let me down. I have let a few others use it and they said it would be their next one.

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