Rapala AC/DC Electric Fillet Knife – Item of the Day — 5 Comments

  1. Just a note- I use the guts, head and bones for crawdad traps. I will use them after I fish or freeze them for later use.

    • I used them a lot as catfish chum as well. Freeze in a big ball, toss it in a catfish hole and let it sink and slowly melt on the bottom. Works really well.

    • Nice haul of pescado boys!

      I can’t recommend hiring a experienced guide enough. I spent way too many no catch trips trying to find fish on my own boat in the bays between Galveston and Freeport before I broke down and hired a pro to put me on top of the best trout and redfish I’ve ever caught.

      Got rid of my boat and find it 5x cheaper to hire a guide to take me and my friends fishing now. Just sayin…

      • Yep it depends if you are not going to get out 4-6 times a month buying and maintaining a boat really is hard to justify it is why I haven’t pulled the trigger yet.

  2. My old man, brother, and I all have this knife (dad had it first and we got one for birthday/Christmas from him). I have used it for years cleaning freshwater spots, large mouth, bluegill, etc. Everything Jack said about it is true. It works great and is easy to clean. Each of us have cleaned tons of fish with it and ours have held up really well. We take a lot of night trips in the spring so cleaning fish at 2-3 am can be a chore, so the easier and faster the better. This thing beats a fillet knife for almost all jobs. We still keep and use a regular fillet knife for a few things, but the electric knife is the go to. Thanks for the show Jack!