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Description

The Rapala Electric Fillet Knife has all the features you need to take the chore out of cleaning fish. The Rapala Electric Fillet Knife's 712 inch Stainless Steel reciprocating blades will breeze through the toughest bone and skin. This electric fish fillet knife also features a quiet, long lasting motor with advanced airflow for years of service.

The Rapala Electric Fillet Knife has a seven foot power cord which will plug into any 110v wall outlet. This knife also comes with a bonus fillet fork to securely hold your catch during the cleaning process.

You must be at least 18 years of age to purchase this product. For shipment to U.S. addresses only.

Reviews
Review Summary
3.3
(6 Reviews)
of customers would recommend this product.66%
Reviewer Profile:   Avid Fisher (3)
Pros
Functional (4)
Easy To Maintain (4)
Easy To Use (4)
Durable (3)
Cons
Poor Construction (2)
Best Uses
Fresh Water (4)
Salt Water (2)
Traveling (2)

Customer Reviews
Waynetoe
West Frankfort Il.
 Rapala Electric Fillet Knife
Pros: We like the knifes. We got one for my wife and I.
Cons: It should come with the 6 in. blade. Otherwise you have to order them seprate. Not good !
Comments: The knives seems to work very well, but we have only used them twice so far. We live on a lake and do alot of fishing. This is our 3 rd set of knives. We use them often.
Big O
Deviles Lake, ND
Professional Angler
 I love to fillet fish
Pros: Easy To Use, Easy To Maintain, Durable, Great tool, Functional
Best Uses: Salt Water, Walleye, Fresh Water, Traveling, Ice Fishing
Comments: Filleting fish is a breeze with this. When done pop out the blades and wash off and put away. I love to use it.
Si
WV
Weak motor!!!
Cons: Poor Construction, Angler is better
Comments: American Angler is a better knife with a stonger motor!
wallie
bradenton ,florida
good fillet knife,poor internal parts
Pros: Functional, Easy To Maintain, Easy To Use
Cons: Poor Construction
Best Uses: Fresh Water, Salt Water, Traveling
Comments: As I was filleting my fish my knife quit working so as a handyman I took the knife apart to see what the problem was and here is this little nylon gear driven by a brass gear well you can quess the problem,the little nylon gear was the loser,so with no parts availible in our throw away society more landfill which we all know is getting more scarce as each year goes by.
fisherman's wife
Augusta, GA
 Good product
Pros: Easy To Maintain, Functional, Easy To Use, Durable
Cons: Fish holder not shielded
Best Uses: Fresh Water
Comments: Haven't caught any fish yet, but it sure carved the Christmas turkey just fine. You don't give enough space to write a comment. Fish holder prongs/blades should have some kind if shield or covering. They are very very sharp!
Frank
Iowa
 Let the knife do the work
Pros: Easy To Use, Easy To Maintain, Functional, Durable
Best Uses: Fresh Water
Comments: As I get older, and my hands become less steady, I hesitate to try and power a sharp knife though a big fish. So I bought an electric to provide the power. Cleaning big walleyes requires a knife powerful enough to cut through bone but still be flexible enough to trim the fillet off the skin. This knife fills the bill.
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