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Knives of Alaska Steelheader Fillet Knife

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Original price $75.00
Original price $75.00 - Original price $75.00
Original price $75.00
Current price $59.98
$59.98 - $59.98
Current price $59.98

Knives of Alaska Steelheader Fillet Knife

Designed as a premier fisherman’s fillet knife, it is also popular in the kitchen for boning and general slicing duties.

Constructed of high-quality 440-C stainless steel, this knife comes with a nylon Cordura sheath with plastic liner. Full tang, rivited construction and Suregrip handle. Designed for medium fish, the Steelheader sports a full 6" cutting edge and is 10-3/4" overall.

Made in USA. Best Lifetime Warranty

Features:

  • Premier fixed blade fillet blade with sure grip handle.
  • Can also be used in the kitchen as a boning or general slicing knife.
  • Comes with a high quality nylon sheath.

Specifications: 

  • Overall Length: 10.875"
  • Blade Length: 5.75"
  • Blade Material: 440C steel.
  • Hardness: 58-60
  • Bevel: 12-18°
  • Model 00315FG

Customer Reviews

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J.B.
Knives of Alaska (steelheader)

Awesome!

D
D.
excellent tool

blade is razor sharp out of the box, and not too flexable. some fillet knives have felt too springy and flexable. this one is a little stiffer than some but it does its job just fine.

the one down side- the sheath- not good at all. first thing i did was chuck my old knife and use the sheath for this one. a wide nylon sheath with a glued plastic insert so the knife fits. for storage ok , but wearing it not so much.

all in all i would buy another

J
J.
Perfect balance of rigidity and flexibility

I have cleaned hundreds of fish with this knife. It stands up to salt water well, and it sharpens fairly easily. It is ideally suited for silver and red salmon or large trout. This is my second knife like this as I bought this one for my friend who blames his current blade for his lack of filleting prowess. The blade stiffness allows for quite confident side pressure when removing the the filet, but it is flexible enough to skin the filet perfectly. Knives of Alaska got it right with this one.

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