Collection: Fillet Knives

26 products
  • Messermeister Four Seasons Flexible Fillet Knife, 8-Inch
  • WÜSTHOF Model , Gourmet 11 Inch Salmon Slicer Knife, Hollow Edge | Precise Laser Cut High-Carbon Stainless Steel German Made
  • Smith's Fixed 7.0 in Fillet Knife Saltwater, Yellow, one Size (51093)
  • dpnao Fillet Knife Fishing 6-8 inch Chef Knifes/Professional Level Knives for Filleting Boning Kitchen /Flexible Stainless Steel Blade with Sheath and Sharpener
  • Mercer Culinary Züm Forged Paring Knife, 3 Inch
  • WÜSTHOF Model , Gourmet 7 Inch Fillet Knife with Leather Sheath | Precise Laser Cut High-Carbon Stainless Steel German Made
  • Arcos Universal 10-Inch Granton Edge Spanish Ham Knife
  • Sani-Safe S133-9-PCP 9" Narrow Fillet Knife with Polypropylene Handle
  • Dexter-Russell SG133-8 Fillet Knife 8" Flexible Blade, Sofgrip Handle - White
  • Bubba 12 Inch Flex Curved Fillet Knife with Non-Slip Grip Handle, Full Tang Stainless Steel Non-Stick Titanium Blade, Lanyard Hole and Synthetic Sheath for Fishing
  • Berkley BCURFB8 8-Inch Univeral ReplaceBlade - Fits Most Electric Fillet
  • Shun Kanso 6.5-Inch Boning/Fillet Knife; Stainless Steel Blade Handcrafted in Japan; Tagayasan Wood Handle; Tradition Meets Innovation with Every Slice; Optimal Control for Delicate, Precision Cuts
  • Boning Knife 12" Cleaver Knives Handmade Butcher Knife German High Carbon Stainless Steel Kitchen Knife Multipurpose Fillet Knife for BBQ, Camping, Home, Restaurant, Outdoor
  • Dacodget 6.5 inches Fillet Knife Kit | Multifunctional Stainless Steel Fish Deboning and De-Scaling Knife with Sheath + Portable Knife Sharpener + Fish Bones Tweezers + BBQ Silicone Glazing Brush
  • Dexter 19193 9-Inch SaniSafe Fillet Knife with Sheath
  • Rapala4 Soft Grip Fillet / Single Stage Sharpener / Sheath, 4-Inch
  • Jean-Patrique Chopaholic 8" Fish Filleting Knife | professional kitchen Stainless Steel Sharp Blade Knives
  • Dexter P94813 Narrow Fillet Knife, 8-Inch
  • Dexter P94812 Fillet Knife, 7-Inch, Narrow
  • Dexter-Russell 7" and 8" Fillet Knife w/Polypropylene White Handle,Boning Knife, Flexible Fillet Knives for Meat Fish Poultry Chicken,bundle
  • DALSTRONG Fillet Knife - 7" Flexible Blade - Gladiator Series - German HC Steel - w/ Two Sheaths
  • Victorinox Cutlery 8-Inch Straight Fillet Fishing Knife, Flexible Black Fibrox Handle
  • DALSTRONG Gladiator Series Fillet & Boning Knife- 6"- German HC Steel - Curved Blade - With Sheath
  • Butcher Knives, Kitchen Knife, Handmade Fishing Filet & Bait Knifes Survival Knife Multipurpose Boning knife BBQ Meat Cleaver, for Camping, Tactical, Deboning

Fillet Knives - How to Choose a Fillet Knifeblade That Fits Your Needs Best

A fillet knife is typically a large kitchen knife specifically used for filling fish. It helps in filling and provides great control over the distance between the knife blade will travel during the fillet procedure. It is also a versatile member of the fillet knife family which is utilized to file and prepare fish.

Fillet Knives

 

It is easy to differentiate between a fixed blade and a folder as they have distinct appearances with different handles. The difference lies in the fact that a fixed blade has a single piece of metal that runs through all four corners of the blade and extends to the end. On the other hand, fillet knives have a single thin piece of metal that runs from the handle to the end and then curves upward to cover the entire blade. Some manufacturers produce fixed fillet knives with two or more pieces of metal so that they can be used as a single unit.

 

Both styles of fillet knives have their own advantages and disadvantages. For example, fixed blade knives have a thicker and more resilient carbon steel handle that has better balance and flexibility for gripping and delivering a solid result. They are also preferred because they have more durability and better edge retention. They are also preferred by some for its lighter weight and versatility as well as a better presentation and utility.

 

Fixed blade fillet knives have boning on the back side of the knife which is hollow and serves as a skeleton for the bones. It is usually thicker than traditional pocket knives. It also offers a better grip, balance and flexibility for better control. Because it's just a straight edge, you need to use your dominant hand to effectively control it.

 

On the other hand, the trailing point blade has a flat cutting edge with a thin edge that runs perpendicular to the surface of the fish. This style is designed to cut through flesh and is much easier to use. Unlike the fixed blade, the trailing point blade can cut through bone as well as other tougher food like bones, fish fillets and skin. The main disadvantage of this type is the toughness of the knife. You need to be very careful when using it and should only do it in an appropriate situation.

 

Thin fillet knives are flexible and can easily be manipulated using the fingers. The most common types are those made of fish-oil, nylon or carbon fiber. They are light, thin and flexible and makes opening fish easier.

 

There are also hybrid fillet knives which has a folding blade that functions the same as the real blade. Usually, the thin blade is placed inside the flexible blade to create the desired shape. Another popular type is the fully folding blade that functions like the blade but the folding blade is not covered by the flexible part. These fillet knives are ideal for filleting and have both blade and handle. You can easily close the handle while keeping the blade hidden. They are very thin and small, weighing less than an ounce.

 

Flexibility is one important factor to consider in choosing a fillet knife blade. There are many types of materials used to make these fillet knives and each of them exhibits different degree of flexibility. This means that you will need to consider your needs before buying one. The bones and the fish will be an integral part of your fillet preparation. So, the blade that best suits your requirements will have to be bought. The better quality blade that you purchase will serve you for a long time and it will not disappoint you for your investment.