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Bubba Blade 9" Flex Fillet Knife

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Bubba Blade

Make & Model

Brand:
Bubba Blade
Model:
9" Flex Fillet Knife
MSRP ($):
64.95

Kayak fisherman demand the best fishing equipment and the Bubba Blade 9" Flex Fillet knife is just that, the best. This knife is designed for the fisherman that likes some flex to the blade. Excellent for filleting fish of all sizes. We used the same patented textured no slip grip handle and stainless steel as the Bubba Blade 9" Stiffie for effortless cutting and total knife control.

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Bubba Blade 9" Flex Fillet Knife

The Bubba Blade 9" Flex Fillet Knife is one of many knives that Bubba Blade makes. It makes quick work of just about any fish that needs to be filleted. I wish I could say that it makes me a better fish cleaner, but unfortunately that is not the blade's fault at all. I just need much more practice.

The knife holds an edge very well, and when it comes time to sharpen it, it takes to sharpening very well also. The knife is about as tough as they come. If you are looking for a tough fillet knife, and can take the price of the Bubba Blade, you will not be disappointed.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Durability, flexibility
Cons:
Pricy
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