- Product Description
DetailsThis 4" Cuda Fillet knife features precision ground edge and a Titanium Bonded, 4116 German Stainless Steel blade that will resist corrosion. Full tang construction for increased durability. Handle is Cuda scale pattern, non-slip grip.
- Titanium Bonded blade stays sharper longer
- Precision ground edge
- German 4116 corrosion resistant stainless steel
- Visible full-tang stainless steel construction
- Non-slip Cuda scale pattern grips & Lifetime Warranty
Cuda 4" Titanium Bonded Fillet Knife is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by jjwaters101 from Best Grip on a filet knife ever! Aside from being the perfect size for all of my smaller filleting jobs, and the fact that the knife holds an edge really well, the GRIP on this knife is awesome! It's not just the shape of the grip, but the material that it's made from, too. It does NOT SLIP out of your hand while cleaning slippery fish! It's really hard to filet fish with a knife without a sharp edge (or one that dulls quickly) but a knife that slides out of your hand can be unsafe as well. This has become my favorite filet knife and I've already bought two more to give as gifts!
Date published: 2017-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by Larry Dee from small easy to handle Received knife last week and went on a camping/fishing outing with my Scout Troop that weekend. We caught trout and some pan fish this knife was very easy to use in filleting the fish. i showed the boys how to do it and the knife's blade size was great for smaller hands.
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by xtina19 from Great Grip - Fast Fillet I really like that the grip is durable and strong even in wet conditions. The blade is long and sharp...very sharp. You can fillet a fish very quickly, on the boat, outside or even in the kitchen. I received this in exchange for my honest opinion.
Date published: 2017-04-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by bad0269 from Great Knife Used this knife on spotted trout and it was impressive how it performed.
Date published: 2017-07-14
Although similar what are the fundamental differences between the boning and filleting knife? Any specific recommended application for the two? I'm assuming the boning knife is more flexible for meats, chicken, and other proteins.
This is a great question. The boning knife has a flexible blade and is used for removing bones from meat, chicken and fish. Fillet knives however are even more flexible and used for filleting fish, etc. they are designed to bend and move along the backbone, under the skin of the fish. We hope this helps. Regards, The Cuda Team
Date published: 2017-07-21