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Don't know who makes s & w, but Fiskars and Rapala make some durn good fillet knives. Good blade, sharpen fairly easy, and do ok in ocean water (well, about as good as any other). 8)
 

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Many of the Alaskan salmon canneries use a blue poly handled filket knife by " FROSTS of SWEDEN "..
A very good stainless blade and a light blue poly handle with a spoon molded into the butt of the handle for gutting/eggs...makes a great, rust-free pkg... see..

www.ragweedforge.com

the model # of this knife is 776wgs
 

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Rapala- with the birch handle. Get the longest one you can find. Mine goes through pike bones quite a bit in the "halving" part of filleting- and the Rapala blade touches up fast...

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Doc Sharptail
 

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anyone have experience with Shrade Fillet knife, the one made in the USA
 
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