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Rapala Fish Pro Fillet

Rapala Fish Pro Fillet

 
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Rapala Fish Pro Fillet

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Brand:
Rapala
Model:
Fish Pro Fillet
MSRP ($):
20.00

Rapala has a range of fillet knives for anglers who enjoy cleaning their own catch and the Rapala Fish Pro Fillet is one of them. It costs slightly more than something like their Rapala Fish Camp Fillet knife, but still falls very much into the affordable category of fillet knives. One look is all that it takes to see that the Rapala Fish Pro Fillet knife is a quality product. The blade on this knife has an exceptionally sharp cutting edge, which is no surprise as it is made from hand ground Japanese steel. It has a progressive taper design, with a full tang blade that is very flexible. This provides you with excellent control as well as nice tactile feedback when cleaning your catch.

A quality blade is only half of a good knife and the Fish Pro Fillet doesn’t skimp on the other half either as it features an ergonomic handle. The Rapala logo features prominently on the handle and it is designed so you can easily attach it to a lanyard if you want to keep it close at all times. For extended protection the handle also features a safety guard, which is a good thing considering how sharp the blade is. The overall design of the handle is very comfortable and there is little chance of it slipping out of your hand if used properly. For your safety and to protect the knife, it also comes complete with a technical compression sheath that looks stylish and holds the knife securely.

For a fillet knife that isn’t just reliable, but also looks great, the Rapala Fish Pro Fillet lives up to the brand name and is affordable to boot.

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