Category Archives: Fillet Fish

The Havalon Fillet Knife – Plenty Big Enough!

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By Darl Black Where the Baracuta Fillet Knife Is At Its Best “I haven’t used a hand fillet knife in some time,” remarked Dan Wielobob, during his family’s annual week-long fishing outing held on western Pennsylvania’s Pymatuning Lake in May. … Continue reading

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How to Fillet Bluegill

By John Jameson Catching a bundle of bluegill fish is quite the victory after a long day of fishing, and knowing how to fillet bluegill properly can make the experience much more enjoyable. If you know what you’re doing and … Continue reading

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Bass Fishing Tips: How To Fillet Fish

Knowing How to Fillet Fish Adds Dimension to Your Skills as an Angler By Cara Hunt When you head out on a fishing trip to catch largemouth or smallmouth bass, the last thing you are thinking of is how you … Continue reading

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Baracuta-Edge Fillet Knife Review:
Charlie Brandt Messin’ With Crappie

How To Undress A Bucket Of Crappies With A Havalon Fillet Knife by Steve Sorensen When I needed a lesson in knifemanship, I figured my neighbor, pro fisherman Charlie Brant, was the best teacher. So I asked him to call … Continue reading

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The Havalon Baracuta – like “a hot knife through butter”

“Fishing from aboard the JETTYWOLF, a custom 26′ all welded plate alloy, center console Pacific boat, designed to fish the St. Johns River inlet’s Jetties with ease, hence the boats name. Pursuing Redfish, Drum, Sheepshead, Tarpon, Shark and specializing in Trophy Speckled … Continue reading

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