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04-19-2017 08:29 PM
washhusky102
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Originally Posted by ichthyguy View Post
if you guys caught more fish you would get more experienced with the electric knife.
lmao
04-19-2017 01:55 PM
Choupiquer A good 9" Dexter or the like is a much faster and more efficient tool for cleaning lots of fish. If you ever get a chance, check out a fish market where they process fish on the "hoof." Electric knives are rarely if ever used.
04-19-2017 12:03 PM
Ichthyguy If you guys caught more fish you would get more experienced with the electric knife. For big fish I prefer the electric for the fillets and a "somewhat dull" fillet knife for the skin
04-17-2017 09:49 PM
PeterB -

I have one of those Rapalas too. I agree. Good on theory, seen lots of guys use them very well, myself I've never used mine.
Strike that, I did use it once in up in the Northwoods on Eyeballs worked pretty good, then you have to clean it...

I also have a Cutco fillet knife that works real nice. Hardly ever used that too.

I guess, like the Chulas I'm more a catch and release guy

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04-16-2017 09:11 PM
2sac
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Originally Posted by Fonzie View Post
Hey 2sac, ever consider an electric filet knife?
I always had problems {self inflicted} with regular knives..
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After I switched to a quality electric knife, I get much better results.

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I bought a Rapala electric knife last year. Used it a couple times Just can't get used to it. Not like there was a whole lot of fish to clean.
04-16-2017 08:31 PM
Fonzie Hey 2sac, ever consider an electric filet knife?
I always had problems {self inflicted} with regular knives..
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After I switched to a quality electric knife, I get much better results.

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04-16-2017 12:44 PM
washhusky102 Heard most bass fisherman have roids that's why they always are standing.
04-16-2017 12:13 PM
2sac Dad is a live bait fisherman. About the only time he will throw a crankbait is in Sturgeon Bay
04-16-2017 11:36 AM
Kodiak [QUOTE=2sac;661810]I've been spending a lot of time fishing with my dad the last couple years and he isn't healthy enough to stand up and cast for bass all day and would much rather fish for pannies.

I didn't know you can only catch bass standing up. Too many rules for fishing. Try sitting down it's just for pleasure,
04-16-2017 09:57 AM
RandyD Nice ones
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