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Best Fillet Knives

Updated November 2018
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    Fillet knives are designed for filleting fish. They have long, flexible, sharp blades that allow you to cut between the bones and flesh of fish in order to debone the fish without wasting any of the meat. They can also be used to cut chicken or other poultry, or to make very thin slices of any type of meat. Fillet knives usually have stainless steel blades that are about 6” in length, but you can find them with shorter (3.5” or 4”) or longer (7” or 9”) blades. Look for one that is comfortable to hold and comes with a sharp blade that will hold its edge. Some come with protective sheaths or fold up to protect the blade.

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