TITANIUM FILLET KNIFE
- STRONG fillet blade
- ULTRA LIGHT WEIGHT construction
- CORROSION RESISTANT to saltwater environment
- COMFORT FIT NON-SLIP durable grip
- QUALITY craftsmanship
- EXTREME VERSATILITY for filleting and deboning small, medium and large sized fish and game.
"BEST HUNTING AND FISHING FILLET KNIFE! HOLDS A SHARP EDGE AFTER SEVERAL WEEKS OF CLEANING FISH FOR CLIENTS AND NEVER RUSTS!"
-Capt. Mark Malfa, Big Fish Bowfishing Texas
- Sportsman Titanium Series Fillet Knife
- Nylon Knife Sheath
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Whether you are in the kitchen, out on the water, or hunting the fields, this knife is perfect for precision cutting and slicing. The Sportsman Series Titanium Blade is where high quality meets affordability. The titanium fillet knife maintains a razor sharp cut through any fish or game. From the homestyle general knife user to the professional chef that appreciates solid knives, this elite upscale tool is made for you!
NON-SLIP, COMFORT FIT GRIP
Our enhanced trigger grip design is made for comfort fit while maintaining a high slip resistance. The comfortable polymer handle makes slicing fish and game both safe and easy. Unlike other metals, maintenance on the polymer handle and titanium blade is minimal, conventional washing is sufficient to keep the knife looking newer for longer.
PROTECTIVE SHEATH INCLUDED
Each knife includes a light-weight and durable sheath to protect the cutting tool and to keep you safe in between jobs. The unique design of the case will lock the handle in for safety but removes easily when needed. The open slots in the sheath are design to allow water to drain easily so that your knives stay dry and sharp.
How do titanium blades compare to steel?
Titanium blades are the material of choice for U.S. Navy Seals due to their increased strength, extreme corrosion resistance and ultra light weight properties when compared to any steel counterpart. U.S. Navy Seals commonly use these knives for cutting strong lines of rope, breaking hardened wood, cutting through coral pieces and sea shells, among many other activities. One of the leading causes for dull blades in steel knives is rust build-up from corrosion. Titanium is one of the only blades capable of slicing up a large fish, rinsing in the stream, and putting back in your vest without having to worry about future rust build up.