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Filet Knives - The Pros and Cons of Different Filet Knives

Filet Knives - The Pros and Cons of Different Filet Knives

If you enjoy spearfishing you know the "joy" of cleaning your fish at the end of the day. Filleting can be a real pain or a breeze depending on the knives you have available and your skill filletting. As you develop as a diver you tend to accumulate several filet knives to meet the needs of different styles of filleting or skinning your catch. 


Bubba Blade Fillet Knives

Bubba Blade makes a great series of filet knives that are best renowned for their quality grip. The Bubba Blade grips help you better handle the fillet knife to make accurate cuts on the filet table. The actual blade is coated with bonded titanium to help prevent rust developing. Overall, the Bubba Blade Fillet Knives are quality knives that are great tools for cutting up your fish, and won't break the bank. 

Bubba Blade Electric Fillet Knife

The Bubba Blade Electric Fillet Knife is the modern solution to cutting up a large quantity of fish. You might not get every little ounce of your filet, but it makes quick work of large grouper, jacks and snapper. Once you gain some proficiency, it can even be very effective at skinning your filets. This electric fillet knife is a game changer when it comes to processing your fish after a long day of diving. 


Quiet Carry Fillet Knife

The Quiet Carry Filet Knives are some of the best filet knives on the market. They are work horse knives. The Quiet Carry Knives are made out of higher quality steel N690, which allows this knife to keep its edge for longer and prevents rust. They are on the expensive side, but they are a lifetime fillet knife with a lifetime warranty. Once you have used one, you'll never look at other fillet knives the same again.  With an 8.5” blade length it has the length necessary to cut through large fish, but the flexibility to handle the fine cuts on smaller fish. The textured grip is comfortable in your hand, and gives you the grip needed to handle the knife accurately. The only bad thing about the Quiet Carry Pilot Fillet Knife is being scared to lose such an amazing knife. 



JBL Saber Knife

This is the ultimate breaker knife. It is one of the sharpest knives we have ever seen. It is made of 420 Stainless Steel. The JBL Saber is so sharp that you should never test the blade with your finger. That is an easy way to need a bandage very quickly. It has a sturdy, thick blade that allows you to cut easily though meat, and even smaller bones. This is the knife you need if you are breaking down a fish frame to take the head to make fish head soup. 

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