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Which Electric Fillet Knife??

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Anyone have any suggestions on which brand/model electric fillet knife I should get?

I've heard a lot about the black & decker at Walmart as well as the American Angler knives...

What about the new Rapala electrics? Anyone use these??

Thanks!

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American Angler has one that is supposed to be Great, has all metal transmission,about$70, but when I bought one it didn't last more than 30 crappies. Now I have a Mister Twister and it is ok so far. I think when I have to buy another one I will just get a plain electric knife...about $8.

[This message has been edited by BarryG (edited 01-07-2003).]

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I have an "Anglers' Best" Cordless...
It is awesome Cordless is the only way to go in my opinion
I picked up mine through “Sportsman’s Guide” for $49.99
It works out on the ice as well as the cleaning satiations with no AC Outlets in the summer. I have never had a problem with running out of power it seems to last a long time.
Fault: = Weight it weighs about twice as much as an AC version but I’m tell’n Ya Cordless is the only way to go.

S.D.

P.S. I forgot to mention it works great in house as well!!!!!!!!!!!

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I have the Mister Twister also and really like it. However, for panfish I would like to see a little shorter blade. But I got it on sale at Fleet for $18.00 and would not trade it for a regular knife. The cordless would be a nice option for some people. We just run a cord from the barn to the boat for the battery charger and use the same cord for the knife. Why am I saying "we"? He has yet to clean a fish. grin.gif

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