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2 Pk Ozark Trail Filet Knife 6" [walmart.com] $3.50
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I call that a success for a $1.75 knife...
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Pretty sure these are crap but for $3.50 I'll give them a try. For that price I can leave one on the boat and keep one in the tackle box
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Pretty sure these are crap but for $3.50 I'll give them a try. For that price I can leave one on the boat and keep one in the tackle box

Reviews seemed decent. Hope they work out for you. Happy shopping
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I have this knife. Good enough to gut and filet salmon, but I would recommend a better knife if you filet often as it has a hard time cutting through bones. They just do not keep a good edge, but they are decently flexible which is a good thing for this type of knife.
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These are garbage. Brand new, filleted 30 crappie and 5 walleye, and by the time I was done, the knife was much duller than when I started. A good knife only needs to be sharpened once in a while, not every time you use it.

Edit: Now that I dug out the one I posted about above, it's another Ozark Trail fillet knife that I purchased, not this one. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ozark-...r/55503830

Still, if you expect to fillet a lot, invest in a good one and use these as a backup.
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These are garbage. Brand new, filleted 30 crappie and 5 walleye, and by the time I was done, the knife was much duller than when I started. A good knife only needs to be sharpened once in a while, not every time you use it.
I call that a success for a $1.75 knife...
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what a awesome price for some backup knives. Thanks OP
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These are garbage. Brand new, filleted 30 crappie and 5 walleye, and by the time I was done, the knife was much duller than when I started. A good knife only needs to be sharpened once in a while, not every time you use it.
It's a cheap knife!
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In for 5, perfect bait fish knife.
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So much complaining. Not sure what you would expect from a 1.75 buck knife. I would use this as a backup and not the main knife.
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Pretty sure these are crap but for $3.50 I'll give them a try. For that price I can leave one on the boat and keep one in the tackle box
For the price they are actually very good...unless u r expecting a 1.75 price knife to act like 175 dollar one...Had no issues filleting Bass, cat fish....
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i like to fillet my own fresh caught flounder and fluke, albeit preferring an 8" and overall better quality fillet knife i cant pass up on this price to have a pair of back up knives.
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Great knife for the money, I have this one and the smaller version, work great on perch.
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