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Rapala "Fish n Fillet Superflex Knife"

Rapala "Fish n Fillet Superflex Knife"

 
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Rapala "Fish n Fillet Superflex Knife"

Make & Model

Brand:
Rapala
Model:
Fish n Fillet
MSRP ($):
22.00

Rapala, the Finish manufacturer responsible for plenty of high quality fishing related products, needs no introduction. However, those wondering whether their knives can live up to the reputation of their fishing lures should take a look at the Fish n Fillet Superflex knife. You are definitely not paying a premium price simply for the brand name as this knife is something any angler would love to have in their kit. As the name implies, it is designed for filleting and offers everything needed to get this job done quickly and efficiently.

Right off the bat this knife impresses with its hand rubbed baked birch handle. The handle is reinforced and the blade is securely anchored to it, so you don’t have to worry about it snapping under pressure. As for the blade itself, Rapala isn’t kidding when it says that it is razor sharp. With its handground stainless steel construction and PTFE non-stick coating, this blade makes quick work of any filleting. The “Superflex” isn’t a marketing gimmick either, but actually delivers on flexibility and control due to the extra thin design of the blade. It is not excessively flexible compared to the regular Rapala either, but just enough to make your life easier.

Rounding out the package is a tooled sheath with belt loop that is made from genuine leather for added durability. This knife is also available in a variety of sizes, so you can choose one to suit your needs. Overall this is a great looking knife that is easy to clean and performs just as expected from something bearing the Rapala logo. 

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