Dexter Russell SoftGrip Fillet Knifes are the ultimate in non-slip, stain-free, high-carbon steel professional cutlery. Each SoftGrip Fillet Knife is ergonomically designed to help reduce the undue stress that may lead to carpal tunnel syndrome. This premium Fillet Knife combines a distinctive SoftGrip handle with the sharpest hand-ground, hand-honed knife edge to give you the highest-quality professional cutlery available. Includes sheath. 8'' long blade. Made in USA.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Trey496HD Best Fillet Knife
These are amazing. Nice soft handle, nice sheath, RAZOR sharp. Makes quick work of fish. Go to a fish market and you will see the fisherman there with their white rubber boots(mainly shrimp boat folks) and white sheath knives..... They use these knives. Have had these for about 3 months and used on about 13 fish. Still sharp as they were in the beginning. Definately worth the $$$$.
December 31, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by BIGSKY Awesome knife
This product works great, It cuts through a fish like butter. It is a little pricy but, "you get what you pay for". I have had this knife for quite some time now and I have filleted a lot of fish, and yet, it still is razor sharp. Definatly worth the money!
July 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by medicineman201 sharp
Great knife for salmon, I fish lake michigan for salmon, and this knife can handle big kings.
It also takes a edge easily.
April 14, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by lemonhead Softgrip = good stuff
First off dont confuse the softgrips with the international line of Russell knives. The softgrips I feel are the best of the two. They hold a razor edge longer and have enough flex to get the tricky fillet cuts. Aside from the really nice soft handle these are on par with the set of Henkels knives I own. All in all a good fillet knife.
July 6, 2008
This brand is used in a lot of professional kitchens, I am a Chef and member of the ACF (American Culinary Federation) and personally keep one of these knives in my tackle box. They work very well, hold an edge OK (compared to my work kit knives- >$500), just make sure to carry a sharpening stone and a carbide sharpener just in case it gets a little dull. Also, if you tend to like a heavier knife (I do) this one is pretty light.