With thoughtful details and masterful craftsmanship, this tough yet nimble knife should be on hand when you reel in the big one. With full tang construction in a slim profile, a Gator Grip handle, and a sheath with a built in sharpener, it is a must have.
Getting your hands on the optimal fillet knife can be as daunting as winter steelhead in Pacific Northwest rivers. That is, unless you're acquainted with Gerber's Gator Fillet knife, available in four lengths. This sleek demon of a knife can make even the rawest rookie look like an old pro at the cutting board.
The Gator Fillet is the fin-snappin epitome of masterful craftsmanship in knifemaking. With a full tang stainless steel blade. And Gerber's patented Gator Grip handle. So it feels good in your hand, whether the conditions are wet or dry. Okay, maybe not as good as when that big one strikes your line. But still..
And one more thing: The Gator Fillet comes complete with a hard-molded sheath and built-in ceramic sharpener, so you can do your fillet thing right there on the dock or on shore. Fresh caught fish deserve only the finest, right? Right.
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Great knife until the tip broke off under mild use. Would have given a better rating because it is a good knife but I did not hear back from Gerber on the lifetime warranty.
I thought this was a good deboning and filleting knife, had it for about 2 years and was cleaning it and the blade snapped out of the handle where it had rusted, tried to get it replaced on the lifetime warranty couldn't get a reply from gerber. Disappointed.
I've had this knife for at least 8 years and its amazing. It stays sharp and its not to stiff of a blade. Works great on anything kind of game and the grip keeps it from being slippery even when it wet. I would recommend this to anyone wanting a good long lasting filleting knife or deboning knife.
This fillet knife is awesome. The rubber handle allows easy grip without slipping. Handy sharpener in the sheath is extremely convenient.
No problems ever. Bought it from Alaska about 15 years ago and have filleted many fish with it. Very handy to have the built in sharpener in sheath.