Rapala 7" Fish 'n Fillet Knife w/ Sheath & Sharpener

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Work through your fresh catches like the best professional fishermen with the legendary Fish 'n Fillet knife by Rapala. Boasting more than 40 millions knives sold in its 50 years of existence, this fillet knife has accompanied fishermen all across the world. The Fish 'n Fillet's striking birch varnished handle comes engraved with the Rapala brand, and is molded to fit naturally in your grip. Its full-tang stainless steel blade also gives you great stability as you clean both big and small fish. Includes a single-stage sharpener and genuine leather sheath.

  • Handle Length: 5"
  • Blade Length: 7.5"
Brand: Rapala
Catalog Number: 297545
Blade Color Silver/Gray
Blade Edge Plain
Blade Length 7
Blade Material Stainless Steel (Scandinavian)
Handle Color Brown/Tan
Handle Material Wood (Birch)
Knife Type Fixed Blade
Knife Weight 3.2
Pocket Clip Included No
Point Trailing point
Sheath Included Yes
Sheath Material Leather
Total Length 12
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There is a place in Finland where the waters of the Lake Pielinen swiftly flow over and around a field of boulders. It's called the Kalkkinen Rapids. The water is pure and the blue Scandinavian sky is fresh, perfumed by the scent of pine trees. Time seems to stand still here.

For centuries, the Finnish people came to these waters. To drink. To bathe. To fish. Even today, these waters are a source of life.

Every time you tie on a Rapala lure, or fillet a fish with a Rapala fillet knife, the Rapala story comes alive. And it's here, at these rapids that Lauri Rapala, the man who invented the Rapala lure in 1936, decided to continue the journey that would turn a family handicraft into one of the world's most memorable fishing lures of all time. From this point forward, fishing would never be the same. Rapala lures are now sold in 140 countries and are responsible for more world record fish than any other lure.

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