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3 of the Best Filleting Knives for Fishing and Hunting

If you're looking for a great filleting knife to take on your next fishing or hunting trip, then you've come to the right place. We have a wide range of filleting knives in store, ideal for any outdoor activity. Whether you're looking for a traditional filleting knife or something more specialised, we'll have what you need. So read on to learn more about our pick of the top three filleting knives and find which one's perfect for you!


The first knife on our list is the Sabatier Olivewood Filleting Knife 20 cm. This knife is excellent for filleting fish, and its beautiful olivewood handle not only looks great but ensures a comfortable grip. The flexible blade is made of high-quality stainless steel, meaning it'll be durable and long-lasting. And at 20 cm, it's just the right size for dealing with medium to large fish.


Next up is the Roselli RW256 UHC "Minnow" Filleting Knife. This handcrafted knife is best suited for filleting small to medium fish, and its ultra-sharp UHC Carbon Steel blade ensures a clean cut every time. The handle is hand crafted from heat-treated curly birch, coated with linseed oil making it comfortable to hold and ensuring a strong grip, even when wet. It's got a 12cm blade, and as it's sold with a tanned finished leather sheath, this knife is compact and easy to carry.


Last but not least is the Victorinox Fibrox Filleting Knife Narrow Flexible 20 cm. This filleting knife is perfect for dealing with your catch, and its narrow, flexible blade makes it easy to manoeuver. The blade is made of high-carbon stainless steel, and the moulded food-grade plastic handle is ergonomically designed for comfort and ease of use. At 20 cm, this is the ideal size knife for filleting medium-sized fish.

Anyone who has filleted a fish knows that having a good knife makes the process much easier. The same is true for hunting - having a knife that's up to the task can make everything easier.

So, what should you look for in a knife if you plan on doing some hunting or fishing? First, consider the blade material. A high-carbon stainless steel blade will hold an edge well and resist corrosion from salt water. Second, think about the handle. For hunting knives, a full tang with a comfortable grip is ideal. For fishing knives, a dishwasher-safe synthetic handle is a good choice. Finally, choose a knife with a sheath that will protect the blade and allow you to carry it safely.

Before your next outdoor adventure, we invite you to come and see us in-store and we'll gladly help you find the perfect knife for your next hunting or fishing trip

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