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anyone out there work in a restaurant or fish cleaning house that can recommend a good quality fillet knife that will hold an edge for longer than one or two fish? also, need reccomendations on a knife sharpner that i can quickly touch up the blade every few fish.
bowfishingcoutry has experts in every thing else, do we have some experts in fillet knives?
What would you guys recommend for an abuse friendly fillet knife? It would primarily be used for salmon every day. I would prefer a rubber/synthetic grip for easy cleaning and durability but I am not opposed to anything.I also have a few of the rapalas knives around as well as a couple berkleys from walmart. I'm not as picky about the knife as I am my sharpener. I always use a regular knife also, cause when I use an electric I just have to go back through them and check for bones. With a regular knife I'm one and done. As for the sharpener I have been using the accusharp for over 10 years and love it. I know several ppl who use these but i've had the same one since the 90's so I'm not even sure where to get them anymore.