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Rapala Soft Grip Fillet Knife

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Rapala Soft Grip Fillet Knife

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Brand:
Rapala
Model:
Soft Grip Fillet Knife
MSRP ($):
56.07

Starting at 4” and going all the way up to 9”, the Soft Grip Fillet Knife range by Rapala offers a convenient and reliable way to clean your own catch. These fillet knives feature super sharp handground stainless steel blades that provide the flexibility that anglers has come to expect from Rapala. it is not just the strong, flexible tip that makes delicate fillet work look easy either. You also get strength and directional stability thanks to the progressive “double-taper” design of the blades.

While slicing through tough skin and strong bones with ease, you’ll also be thankful for the comfortable thermoplastic soft grip handle. For enhanced safety, the grip has a textured finish to provide you with a sure grip and features a finger guard. The soft grip fillet knives are definitely “working” knives, so they don’t look as stylish as something used for presentation. However, this also means that they are not only affordable, but also quite reliable.

Thanks to the thin design of the blade you can gut fish with ease, but these knives are also versatile enough for tasks like scaling. The design of the handle also ensures that even if it gets wet or slimy it still provides adequate grip. All the Rapala Soft Grip Fillet Knives are sold with a coordinated black sheath that has a belt loop for carrying the knives safely. A single-stage sharpener is also included with each set, so you can keep the knife edge razor-sharp at all times.

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