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Thread: New Filet Blade Available for Sawzall type Knives

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    New Filet Blade Available for Sawzall type Knives

    Many of you have seen the electric sawmill type filet knives.

    The most popular is the Rigid one-handed reciprocating saw. The saw is available at many places including Home Depot, E-Bay, etc. These are great for cleaning larger fish and especially redfish. I've seen them regularly used to clean 100 reds at a local guide service.

    The trick was getting a good blade that had the tang machined to fit the reciprocating saw. The most popular was a local company that machined a Dexter serratted blade to fit. The drawback was that they charged $75 for just the blade.

    Now there is a new alternative. The "Filletzall" blade fits reciprocating saws and costs about $32 for an 8" blade and $40 for a 12" blade.

    Available locally at Puglia's Sporting goods or online at: filletzall.com


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    You just made me go buy a saw on ebay for $50,lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boarider View Post
    You just made me go buy a saw on ebay for $50,lol.
    I find they are a little too much for trout (Unless you catch big mules like me- )

    However, there's nothing better for reds and other big fish.


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    Hobie Fishing Team
    Hobie Outback Red
    Hobie PA 14 Yellow
    Hobie Outfitter Orange

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    BCKFC Master Kayak Angler 2011

    "Like fish, not all fishermen will come to a Hobie, but they all want to!"

    "If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles."
    STAY THIRSTY, my friends.

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