Best Fillet Knifes for 2015

What to look for when choosing a fillet knife:

The options available to the average consumer is almost like looking into a muddy puddle.  You have the be able to separate the good products from the bad, which is why we are here.  We have put together a list that will enable you, the average consumer to choose the right fillet knife for your task or based on your specific needs.  We have aided you by separating the majority of fillet knives on the market into a list that you can analyze.  Take your time and find the right fillet knife for your needs.


 

Top 3 Fillet Knife Comparison Chart
Image Name Blade Length Blade Type Handle / Grip Notes Price
Buck Knives 220 Silver Creek Folding Fillet Fishing Knife Buck Knives 220 Silver Creek Folding Fillet Fishing Knife 6 1/2 inches Stainless Steel with Titanium Coating Glass Reinforced Polypropylen with TPE Rubber Handles Read Full Review Check Price
Victorinox 47513 6-Inch Flex Boning Knife with Fibrox Handle Victorinox 47513 Flex Boning Knife with Fibrox Handle 6 inches High Carbon Stainless Steel that has been Ice-Tempered Patented Fibrox handle which are textured and slip resistant Read Full Review Check Price
Dexter-Russell (S138PCP) - 8 Dexter-Russell (S138PCP) – Fillet Knife – Sani-Safe Series 8 inches High Carbon Steel Grip-Tex sealed around the blade Read Full Review Check Price

 

Important things to consider when looking at all all this information:

What type of material the knife is made of should be a very big factor.  If a company uses low quality material, then your knife will be low quality and typically not last very long.

Which brands are highly sought after should also influence your decision.  Knowing that a well known brand will build a top quality product and stand behind it in case anything goes wrong with it.

Choosing the right blade size for your needs.  You don’t want to buy a smaller sized knife and then have to purchase another bigger knife because your first purchase wasn’t big enough for the job.