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Rapala Fish Camp Fillet

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Fish Camp Fillet
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The Rapala Fish Camp Fillet knife is another quality offering from the brand that has become synonymous with lures and other fishing related gear. Thankfully, this knife is designed to slice through fish and not your wallet as the price tag is more than reasonable for what you get.

Like any good fillet knife, the Rapala Fish Camp Fillet has a razor sharp hand-ground stainless steel blade. Although the handle is not as impressive as some of the other fishing knives from Rapala, the soft touch thermoplastic design makes it very comfortable to use. It also has a finger guard to offer additional protection in case you are a little too hasty when operating the knife. The length of the blade on this knife is six inches, while the handle measures in at 4 inches, giving it a nice balanced feel.

Also included with the Rapala Fish Camp Fillet knife is an open sheath. The design of the sheath ensures that the blade doesn’t get dull when not in use or that you don’t cut yourself when reaching for it in your tackle box. Another advantage of the open sheath is the ease with which it can be cleaned. For a versatile knife to take along on fishing trips and performing chores around camp you can’t go wrong with this one. It is affordable, reliable and backed by a quality brand. There are much more expensive fillet knives available, but this one has got everything you need.


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