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Old 03-13-2017, 06:57 PM   #11
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I built mine with this saw. Looks like the same saw in the video but a different name plate. $69.99, free shipping plus the Dexter Blade

http://www.amazon.com/Powerstroke-P.../dp/B0094BBNK2

This is the dexter blade I used.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...A153DO74J6RK79

I like it for redfish. It also cuts 2x4s pretty good.
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Old 03-13-2017, 07:12 PM   #12
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This is what I've been using. Great for large scaled fish with big rib cages. I use it on larger reds, snapper, and triple tail. I will also add that it takes a little getting used to, but once you get the hang of it, it's bad arse!


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What's the advantage over an electric knife? To be fair my sawzall isn't small, but I sure wouldn't choose that over an electric knife to filet anything
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What's the advantage over an electric knife? To be fair my sawzall isn't small, but I sure wouldn't choose that over an electric knife to filet anything


I clean 200-300 reds, and countless convicts each a year with a Rigid one handed saws-all and a modified dexter blade. Can't do that with electric knives, they break or burn up.


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What's the advantage over an electric knife? To be fair my sawzall isn't small, but I sure wouldn't choose that over an electric knife to filet anything


After you burn up a whole bunch of electric fillet knives, you look for other avenues. The sawsall was the answer (at the time) to having to clean piles of redfish (15-25 fish) and have no worries of burning my knife up. That sawsall will go through a big redfish like a hot knife through butter!


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How do these work on softer fish like flounder and trout?


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How do these work on softer fish like flounder and trout?


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Unless you have hands steady as a surgeon! I've done a couple trout, but you have to be too careful. I have my sawsall strictly for cleaning a bunch of redfish, this saves my E-knife. I use a regular e-knife for trout, flounder, and smaller reds.


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The one handed sawsall is the way to go. It needs to be light and fit comfortably in your hand to be able to fillet a fish. I have not found a cordless one that fits like I want it to yet but maybe there are some I haven't found yet or about to be made.
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Old 03-14-2017, 01:49 PM   #19
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I made mine with the smallest Kobalt hat I could fine , and IMO, freaking crazy good for Reds or other larger fish I filet.
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I'm considering of getting a sawzall. I've noticed they're either a 12V or 18V. In this case of fish fileting, does it matter which voltage to get?
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