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#13936986 - 06/29/19 Filet knives.  
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I know a nice custom filet is the answer. That’ll be one day down the road.

Any preference to store bought filet knives?

Rapala / marttiini about the best?


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#13937007 - 06/29/19 Re: Filet knives. [Re: BigDave39355]  
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I don't think you can beat the price.

#13937048 - 06/29/19 Re: Filet knives. [Re: BigDave39355]  
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Dexter Russels work wonders and if lost overboard no big deal they are cheap and easily replaceable


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#13937054 - 06/29/19 Re: Filet knives. [Re: BigDave39355]  
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When you are ready for that Custom I would strongly suggest a Phil Wilson Punta Chivato


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#13937088 - 06/29/19 Re: Filet knives. [Re: MontanaCreekHunter]  
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Originally Posted by MontanaCreekHunter
Dexter Russels work wonders and if lost overboard no big deal they are cheap and easily replaceable

+1 On the Dexter Russell - not fancy but for the price they have a decent edge and even I can get then sharp again so thats saying alot:) I've cut up a boatload of salmon with mine and they have been great.

Don't have one but seems the Bubba Blade fillet knives are supposed to be a pretty good knife.

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#13937109 - 06/29/19 Re: Filet knives. [Re: BigDave39355]  
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Dexter makes some nice ones but I especially like the Grohmann rosewood handled ones http://www.grohmannknives.com/index...ather-sheath-detail#vm-additional-images[product]/1/

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Wowza, the grohman is nice. But $$


Are the dexters a flexiable filet knife? Or a boning blade? Or is that really the same.


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Originally Posted by BigDave39355
Wowza, the grohman is nice. But $$


Are the dexters a flexiable filet knife? Or a boning blade? Or is that really the same.



Depends on the style you choose - they have full on fillet knives and they also have boning/fillet style blades. I have several of this one and it seems to work well for my use.

http://www.dexterrussellcutlery.com/dexter-8-narrow-fillet-knife-31609-p94813/

I also have a couple of what they call the Wide blade fillet I use on bigger fish.


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Liking this.

Anyone used the martef blade coating? Same stainless steel as the rapala knife? marttiini martef rubber handle.


Dave

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happy birthday Oregonmuley!


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Originally Posted by VinceM
Dexter makes some nice ones but I especially like the Grohmann rosewood handled ones http://www.grohmannknives.com/index...ather-sheath-detail#vm-additional-images[product]/1/



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#13937792 - 06/29/19 Re: Filet knives. [Re: Oregonmuley]  
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Originally Posted by Oregonmuley
Originally Posted by BigDave39355
Wowza, the grohman is nice. But $$


Are the dexters a flexiable filet knife? Or a boning blade? Or is that really the same.



Depends on the style you choose - they have full on fillet knives and they also have boning/fillet style blades. I have several of this one and it seems to work well for my use.

http://www.dexterrussellcutlery.com/dexter-8-narrow-fillet-knife-31609-p94813/

I also have a couple of what they call the Wide blade fillet I use on bigger fish.


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#13938351 - 06/30/19 Re: Filet knives. [Re: BigDave39355]  
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Originally Posted by BigDave39355
Wowza, the grohman is nice. But $$


Are the dexters a flexiable filet knife? Or a boning blade? Or is that really the same.



What can I say Dave ,about cost , I like nice stuff . Life's too short


https://www.vcmcustomknives.com/burlap-fillet.html

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That’s a dandy Vince!


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#13938640 - 06/30/19 Re: Filet knives. [Re: BigDave39355]  
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My favorite fillet knife... Howe mtn, beautiful functional piece..
[Linked Image]closest santander bank near me


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#13938672 - 06/30/19 Re: Filet knives. [Re: BigDave39355]  
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Originally Posted by Judman
My favorite fillet knife... Howe mtn, beautiful functional piece..
[Linked Image]closest santander bank near me


Judman you have way to much nice stuff wink


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😂😂 happy birthday buddy!!


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#13939517 - 06/30/19 Re: Filet knives. [Re: BigDave39355]  
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Originally Posted by BigDave39355
happy birthday Oregonmuley!


Thanks!


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#13939520 - 06/30/19 Re: Filet knives. [Re: BigDave39355]  
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when I had my wholesale fish operation, I bought those blue handled F. Dick knives. Never looked back. I still have three that I use constantly.


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