With the G4116 German Stainless Blades, you can cut fish fillets with the razor sharp G4116 German Stainless-Steel fish fillet knife and bait knives with its beautiful blue corrosion resistant finish.
Five different lengths and shapes are available - Calamus filleting knives and bait knives are available in five different lengths and shapes, so you'll always have the right We offer a stiff 5 in. bait knife, a 7 in. & 9 in. traditional/flexible fillet knife, and a tough 9 in.
With slip-resistant rubber handles, all boats knives and bait knives have a comfortable and ergonomic design that provides you with all-day comfort and safety. These fish knives and bait knives have a good feel to them and provide a great grip both wet and dry. A fourth advantage is that these handles are up to 40% lighter than some comparable handles, making them an easier choice for some tasks.
Protective Nylon Sheath - Each knife comes with a lightweight, durable nylon sheath to ensure safety between jobs and ensure you don't lose the blade. In addition to allowing air to flow, the sheath is also vented to allow water to drain away, improving
German G4116 stainless-steel blades are perfect for freshwater and saltwater fishing. They keep their sharpness longer and work equally well in either environment. This knife is also great for use as a kitchen knife, chef knife, or hunting
Questions & Answers
Is it able to ?
There is no chance that it will
How should this German blade be sharpened? What is the best type of sharpening stone you recommend?
The Workmate belt sander is my weapon of choice for knives on all my kitchen hunting and fishing trips. My job is to do that
Do you know if it can be washed in the dishwasher?
The dishwasher is never the right place to wash a knife.
Can the bait knife be used for scaling if its back is serrated?
Although the serrated back can be used for scaling, it can be used for many other purposes as well. A frozen bait cutter is one that is used for cutting it. By adding serrations to the knives, frozen bait is made much easier to cut. The blade is very effective for cutting bone and things like ropes and cords as well.
Selected User Reviews For Calamus Fishing Fillet Knife And Bait Knives, German G4116 Stainless-Steel Blades with Corrosion Resistant Coating, Non-Slip Handles, Protective Nylon Sheath, Perfect For Fresh Or Saltwater.
I couldn't even cut through a planter trout with it. Currently, I'm catching bigger fish at a higher rate, so I wanted a screwdriver that was bigger. It was a brand I already knew, so I felt it was a good choice. Despite the lack of an edge, this knife is dull and will not hold an edge for very long. Out of the box, this would not be useful for cutting through a planter trout from a local pond. I sharpened it after using it for a few times, but after a few uses the blade became There is nothing to see here. I bought a morakov fixed blade knife for half the price of this one and it is 1000 times better than this one.
| Jul 29, 2020
I am very impressed with this knife
I purchased it and received it within 24 hours. It is packaged nicely and as soon as I opened it and held it for the first time, I knew which knife I was buying. A knife with an excellent grip and great feel in the hand is this one. I'm so glad I got this Rapala to replace my old wooden handle stainless steel one! Despite its sharpness, the blade barely leaves a mark on the nail. A blade that has good flex and yet feels very strong at the same time. Knife and sheath snap into one another very easily by virtue of the ventilation. The decision to use it once the fishing season gets underway in spring is definitely on my mind.
| Dec 18, 2020
This knife and its protective case are excellent value for the price
When I received the Calamus fillet knife, I was impressed with its quality. I like the grip on the knife since it is rubber coated and doesn't easily slip from my hand. Despite its sharpness, the knife is not yet ready to be used. In comparison with other leather sheaths I have, this is a simple protective case that snaps over the blade, keeping it the correct position for effortless use. I like that it is washable rather than other sheaths that require care when.
| May 28, 2021
Filet knife that is razor sharp
We bought this for a fishing trip my husband is taking. The device has been used on three occasions to filet fish on their trip for dinner. As far as they are concerned, it's performing well and remains It happened so often that one of the guys cut his thumb with this knife. If I realize they are complaining about the blade not holding up, I will update this post. Glad I was able to protect it with a I have updated my post from The knife I bought my husband for the job of filleting fish still works for him. As a result of sharpness, we have progressed. In order to remove the skin from fillets, he prefers to use a smaller blade. The fillet knife he uses to cut our fish is the one that we have four of. The fish are all there, whether it be bass, steelhead, or.
| May 21, 2021
It's a nice middle of the day Any fisherman will be happy with this fillet knife
My first test day was the day before a lingcod/rockfishing trip so it was perfect timing. It cut through a few dozen rockfish, start to finish on the boat without a hitch, and didn't need any re-sharpening. These fish have some tough skin and armor, and it takes some dedication to get through them. With this blade, even the tiniest fillets could be easily removed from the skin, without any problem. With its black plastic handle covered with a gray and blue rubber wrap, it's very snug, stays in place, and maintains a good grip while To be on the safe side I will probably put a bead of marine silicone at the seams where the wrap is sewn together, but so far no issues. made of nylon in a "cage" style, which is similar to the handles of other knives I have, but this one has vents/cages on both sides in order for the blade to completely dry out, regardless of how dirty it is. When I put mine away, it was still dirty, but I was able to clean it up quickly the next day. In my tests, it performed exactly as it should and is a good knife to use as a primary knife, an addition to a set, or as an add-on for boats and.
| Oct 19, 2020
As time goes on, we will find out
Fillet knife just arrived today. Feels very good in the hand and seems to be a good knife. In addition, I like the coating on the blade which prevents rusting, so I assume it's carbon, which I prefer over stainless steel, and the vented sheath that keeps it dry by letting air pass through it. A perfect fit is achieved between the sheath and the knife. The sheath, with everything going to the molle system, would have benefited from an attachment to my guide tackle bag if it had been adapted to the system. Although it is pretty rigid, it is an improvement over the other fillet knives I've tried. Generally speaking, fillet knives are very flexible, even though I have not used it yet. While it does flex, it does not do so much as my other ones. It is not as sharp as I would expect a good fillet knife to be right out of the box. After I sharpen it, I will try using it on my next crappie fishing trip next week. Fileting fish will be easy with it if it is not too rigid. I just hope that it is not too stiff that it prevents it from being an excellent knife. Just in case this knife does not perform as I expected, I will take another. As time goes on, we will find out.
| Aug 23, 2020
There is just enough flex in the blades, and the handle is superb
In the past, I've used a 6 inch fillet knife, but I decided I required something a bit longer, so I went with the 9 inch knife Several improvements have been made to the handle, mainly so that it doesn't slip when held. With just a little bit of flex in the blade, I was able to easily fillet the trout and blue fish I brought home from the fishing trip. Additionally, the blade is stiff enough to sever the tougher parts of the fish with a blade that is really sharp. It was an extremely high quality purchase. I am really happy with it.
| Sep 14, 2020
Great knife - love the way it feels in the hand
There is no better knife to pair with my Kastking There is just the right amount of flex in the blade. Keeping an edge on steel is not a problem. It's truly amazing how the handle is made. A nice layer of rubber silicone was sewn on there and it gives the grip that's perfect. I couldn't have asked for a better knife, especially at this price. This is amazing. Why Kastking is the best fishing brand on the market is because of this. It's just a matter of proving themselves all the time.