Fillet Knife Selection
Whether you're a home cook or a professional chef, filleting can be a time-consuming task if you don't have the proper equipment. From meat and fish to vegetables, such as bell peppers, a top-quality fillet knife makes quick work of whatever you’re preparing. Because of its flexibility, a fillet knife practically shapes itself to whatever you're cutting. This allows you to remove the skin from fish and the ribs from peppers or create boneless chicken cutlets in seconds. Knife Depot carries only the best brands, so you can find the fillet knife that works well for you. Search dozens of knives from Schrade, Smith & Wesson and other famous makers. Then buy with confidence, knowing Knife Depot backs your purchase with our 60-day, money-back guarantee.
I love the knife. .little bit pricey but it is worth it
Very thin and flexible filet trout with ease
This is a simple yet incredibly high quality knife. One of the best knives you can buy from the best knife company in the world. Fallkniven of Sweden. Why? Because this knife presents as something that is very rarely offered in its class. It is over-engineered with the strength and philosophy of an outdoors knife, but with the practical and effortless slicing performance of a kitchen knife! So is summary its practical, strong and extremely light. What many people don't know is because the blade is laminated and has a convex edge it is the strongest knife for its footprint in the world. This means it can be used not just as a fishing knife, but also as a serious boning knife on more heavier duty game like beef carcasses. The VG10 steel can easily be made scary sharp. I have used it on a ranch to section beef carcasses and it 'lasers' through them. You can even use it in the kitchen when its not out fishing, hunting or processing meat on an industrial scale. And for those interested in a tactical kitchen knife they don't get much better than the Fallkniven F2z. If your interests meet these priorities and purposes this knife in highly recommended.
Excellent product and now that I have field tested it, it is as good as the ad I filleted and skinned 11 fish and never had to put it on the steel once.
I was shopping for a narrow tipped shorter knife that had was plenty limber for filleting panfish, this one was my second choice, to a Buck brand, only because the handle didn't fit my large hand and it seemed cheaper that the buck.
Excellent and very sharp knife
To big for my taste.