Never filleted a fish? No worries! We offer a variety of fillet knives to prepare a fish feast at home, or in the wild. Follow our three tips and get started with the right fillet knife for the type of fishing you fancy! If you're more of a foodie than a fisher, learn from our friends at Sitka Salmon Shares and get wild in the kitchen!
Blade flexibility for a fillet knife used in the wild and a comfortable handle are key characteristics of your next fillet knife. We use Sandvik 12C27 modified stainless steel. It is anti-corrosive thanks to the addition of chrome and requires no special maintenance. Its carbon content of at least 0.40% provides an excellent cutting edge and is easily sharpened.
Tip from the experts: Stash one at the cabin or your weekend getaway home. They also make great steak knives!
Our friends at Sitka Salmon, a completely integrated boat-to-doorstep seafood company show how fun and easy it is to get wild in the kitchen. Their community of artisan fishers, healthy eaters, foodies, and Alaskan adventurers are working to rebuild America’s seafood system from the ground up. Preparing fish doesn't have to be a fantasy. For a tutorial on how you can fillet and debone salmon watch below and follow these easy tips:
1.) Keep your knife at at 35-45 degree angle
2.) Slide your fish to the edge of the cutting board so your knife clears the fish
3.) Steadily push and glide blade through fish
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