i just started working for this company selling kitchen cutlery but they also have fishing and hunting knives. this is the best fillet knife i ever used. iI isnt thank expensive either its like $115 with tax with a forever guarantee if it ever breaks or chipes ect you get a new one for free if its damaged by your fault its half price to get replaced thats only if its noticeably your fault like if you dropped it in a garage disposal
Was up in Sheboygan Wi. (3yrs. ago), charter fishing & the Cap. was using a rather unusual knife. Adjustable blade & started telling me the story of his 27yrs., of being a fishing fanatic & this here knife was his best investment ever for all the fish he fillets on a daily basis.
Well last year I bought one & do agree that its a pleasure to work with, just plain & simple a "C U T C O ." 2
A bit pricey but the warranty/guarantee is solid, & a few friends have switched over & bought also.
Hey, my Rapala served me well for many, many, years, but I wanted something better.
On the serious side, I use an Imperial Schrade fillet knife at home and a rubber handeled Rapala when I travel. This Rapala floats and has a gut scrape on the handle and works well. The Schrade is the best filet knife I've ever owned. Actually I've never purchased a fillet knife, I keep getting them as gifts every few years. I loose things.