This Rapala Electric Fillet Knife comes with fillet fork, an innovative way to securely hold your catch while filleting. The Electric Fillet Knife and Fork make a great combo for easy filleting. The wall powered Fillet Knife has a quite, long lasting motor with advanced airflow design, and features hand ground stainless steel 7'' blade and comfortable 6'' handle. The fork has stainless steel prongs for maximum toughness. 7 foot 110V power cord gives you room to work.
Rated 3 out of 5 by WALLi O.K. once you get used to it
I will agree with the fact that the blade release button is inconveniently placed and you need to watch your hand placement. But then again, with an electric fillet knife I would highly suggest that anyways!
I read some of the negative reviews and I can't speak to those specific issues as I have not had them, but I will repeat what was told to me, "You have to spend some time getting used to it". I bought this electric fillet knife because it was the one the kid at my usual bait shop was using. I had him clean a few fish for me and asked him what he recommended, and this was what he was using. From what he said he'd been using it all summer.
Another thing he mentioned that I can vouch for, "Learn to let the knife do the work."
November 26, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by justme911 worst knife ever
right out of the package, low rpms and would NOT even cut through a flounder when the blades would stay in. blades would stay in handle until you touch the fish, then they come apart. Very poor workmanship. should be removed from store
November 8, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by CADIZGOLFER Worse purchase ever
I have probably worn out 2 dozen filet knives in my 50 or more years of fishing, most in the $20-$25 price range. I thought I was purchasing a really good $40 knife, but this is by far the worse knife I have ever used. If there was a rating lower than one star, this knife would get it!
May 8, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Kettletop Worst Producd Ever Bought From Bass Pro
This is the worst product that I have ever bought from Bass Pro. The swith (on/off) is very hard to operate, I have to push so hard on this swith to make the blades work that it causes my thumb to push the blade releae button (which is placed directly oppsite the on/off switch) and release the blades while trying to fillet a fish. I had to sharpen the blades in order to even be able to cut through the rib bones of Crappie and small bass. I am very disapointed in this product. If I hadn't had to sharpen the blades and work on the on/off switch to make this thing work I would send it back.
May 1, 2012