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Wahoo Killer Fillet Knife


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  • Rubberized Handle
  • Stainless Steel Blade
  • Heavy Duty Sheath Included
  • 8 1/2" Overall
  • Fillet Knife
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Product Description

This Wahoo Killer Fillet knife is constructed with a stainless steel blade and a rubberized handle. Includes ABS sheath. 8 1/2" overall

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001CXD6GO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #185,744 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

Not the perfect fillet knife, but a good all purpose tackle box or emergency kit knife.
Voiceover Guy
These are very high value knives, are very easy to get razor sharp, and even have useful plastic sheaths.
Tyler K. Smith
Keeps a great edge and feels very comfortable in the hand even when dealing with blood and guts.
bodazafa

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Tyler K. Smith on October 18, 2010
I bought 10 of these knives just for general use and abuse for tackle boxes, first-aid kits, survival kits, cars, etc. These are very high value knives, are very easy to get razor sharp, and even have useful plastic sheaths. They are really too thick to actually be used as fillet knives, but they are still useful for many other things.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By tomkat on November 5, 2011
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Nice overall construction, not nearly as Sharp as a Mora. A good stone made up the difference, worth the price!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By SGHunter on April 24, 2013
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I got mine for less than seven bucks, and free shipping! I wanted a basic knife to throw in my fishing bag and this is perfect. I had to spend a few minutes putting a good edge on it, but now I have exactly what I was looking for. At this price, I could lose one (a common occurrence when I'm fishing the mountain streams) and not feel too bad.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By bodazafa on August 30, 2011
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With a price like this I bought four! One for the fish box, emergency kit, truck, and car. Keeps a great edge and feels very comfortable in the hand even when dealing with blood and guts.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lauren on September 10, 2012
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I really didn't expect much from a knife I bought on the internet, but I was surprised! The grip is nice and strong so even if my hands are wet I can use it, and the knife is easily sharpened! Though it may be bold to say but I don't know if I really thought it was a fishing knife because of its versatility but it pretty much does the job. I would recommend it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Inspector Nash Bridges on June 15, 2013
This is also offered by BUDK through their own catalog at a "throw-away" price.

What we have here is a low cost, replicate of a Mora Craftline TopQ Allround Fixed Blade Knife Stainless Steel.

Made in China. Stainless steel 3.75" blade. Rubber & plastic hand grip. Plastic sheath with belt clip.

Upon arrival, knife was sharp enough to cut paper. I've used this knife in the kitchen to do prep work, and has performed flawlessly cutting fruits & vegetables, removing crust from peanut butter & jelly sandwiches, and trimming meat. Great for removing those plastic seals on jars and bottles. Works very well with opening packages, mail, and cutting cardboard boxes. Perfect for cutting weeds in the garden. Opens paint cans. Strips wire. Slices nylon rope & string.

Excellent for a household utility knife. A supplemental tool to any job site or warehouse. This will step up into place when the box cutter's thin razor just won't do. An ideal tool in the grocery business that will go from the produce department, to meat department, to deli counter, to the back room receiving dock. Keep one in the trunk of your car, in your tool box, in a kitchen drawer, on the work bench in your garage, in your purse, or even clip it to your belt.
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First this is a good knife, don't listen to the other "negative" reviews.

The Good:
Looks like a Mora Knife, and grips like one. Blade is AUS-6 Stainless Steel which is a bit better than 440A.
The Sheath looks like a Mora with a water drain hole on the bottom.
There is also an OD Green model called "Delta Defender", same knife differn't color.
Single knife, it cheaper by a few dollars. There are also 3 packs around, if you can find them.
There are a few posts on some web sites, that guys claim that this knife handles well in the woods and other rough areas.

What to look for before you buy:
No Scandi grind, the grind on this knife is an "Asymmetrical grind". It is interesting. One side you have a "Hollow Compound bevel". On the other side you have just a regular "Compound Bevel". Scandi grind is easier to sharpen, as you sharpen it almost flat, and is better for working with wood. That's why bushcrafters \ survivalist like it so much. There is nothing wrong with the "Asymmetrical grind" that is on the Wahoo Killer knife. You "can" re-profile the blade. I have done it, with only a flat metal file and a medium and fine grit sharpening stone. However, it still does not "look right" because of the hollow grind side, and also when you get down a layer of metal, you see the "vertical" grain of the metal.. but again.. you can do it. It may be a good lesson for some of the younger guys out there just to try it, "if" you don't mind the possibly of making a mistake and ruining the blade 100%. Just beware of that.

The Final Outlook:
Great knife for the price, no.. it is "not" a Mora Knife, it is a good value. And if you don't like this knife, you really shouldn't buy a or own a Mora. My 2 cents.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By travisty on January 25, 2013
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A decent knife for gutting or chopping up fish. It is cheap enough so that you don't mind losing it.
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