- Sandvik 12C7 Stainless Steel
- High-Friction Handle
- Corrosion Resistant
Today we'll be reviewing the Morakniv Fishing Comfort Fillet Knife.
Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!
- Versatile for most sizes of fish
- Razor sharp straight out of the box
- High-friction and odour resistant handle
- Includes sheath and belt clips
- Not suitable for saltwater use
Morakniv Fishing Comfort Fillet Knife Product Review
The Morakniv Fishing Comfort Fillet knife has a Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel blade and a patterned, high-friction handle which is available in 3.5″ or 6.1″ blade lengths.
The 3.5″ blade is ideal for removing bones and filleting smaller panfish. The 6.1″ blade is better for cleaning and filleting larger gamefish.
The patterned, high friction grip handle allows anglers to maintain a steady grip while cleaning slimy fish. For added security, the 6.1″ knife comes with two interchangeable clips for users to either clip or loop through their belt. The sheath on the 3.5″ inch Morakniv knife includes a single belt clip.
The Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel is recognizable for its razor sharpness, high hardness, exceptional toughness, and excellent corrosion resistance.
The Fishing Comfort’s blade is razor-sharp out of the box and has just the right amount of flex to cut through fish skin seamlessly. The mirror finish is a nice touch for skinning fillets. The blade cleans up a little easier than a standard finish, and the handle doesn’t hold odors.
The Morakiv Fishing Comfort Fillet knife can not only process smaller fish but can also handle bigger species like Mahi and Kingfish.
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