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

Capt Dave

Capt. Dave Sipler

“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 Sea Trout, year round.

My daily reports blog is so popular I maintain over 1,000 signed up readers, that enjoy not only daily fishing reports, but videos, photos, how-to’s, product reviews, and commentary on the subject of local fishing.

The Baracuta……I fillet, debone, and skin just about every single fish that goes in my fish box, for my customers. It was a chore keeping knives ready and sharp constantly.  I have enough to do when I get off the water. And then I literally stumbled upon Havalon while surfing the web for a better wet stone.

Once I saw the Baracuta fillet knife, I had to have one. Finally, the sharpest blade available, all the time.

I’ve even cleaned up to 40 saltwater fish. Fish with guitar pic sized scales and thick skin like, Redfish, Sheepshead, and Black Drum on a single blade!

To say that this blade goes through fish like “a hot knife through butter” is an understatement! Check it out for yourself. You won’t be disappointed.”

~ Capt. Dave

Capt. Dave is owner and operator of Capt. Dave Sipler’s Sport Fishing, of light tackle, near-coastal fishing, in Jacksonville Florida since 1996. Full time, 365 days a year …heck it’s

Check out Capt. Dave’s blog with his Baracuta review,
as well as his YouTube video below!

What do you think of Capt. Dave’s review? Have you used a Baracuta? What did you think? Let us know, we’d love to hear from you!

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

  1. We operate our charter fishing business on Fort Peck Lake in Montana. Our guests come for walleye, northern pike & small mouth bass. We fillet and remove the bones from the fish for our clients. Northern pike have a Y bone that requires some tedious work to remove…feeling the bones with the knife blade is very important. Myron zips the fillets off with an electric fillet knife and I remove the bones with a hand knife. I like a 4″ blade and a 4″ handle. I’m searching your website for the perfect, stay sharp knife for this purpose. I’m looking forward to finding that knife and you can bet everyone at the cleaning station will soon be ordering one too. Thanks, Capt. Mary Beth Kibler 406-557-2503

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