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Good Knives For Sportsmans Kitchen

ReneeJDeaneReneeJDeane Posts: 1 Greenhorn
edited April 2022 in Sportsman's Kitchen #1
What type of knife blades are good for a Sportsmans kitchen?


  • smooth movesmooth move Posts: 544 Officer
    dexter or victornox
    le se' bon ton roulet
  • smooth movesmooth move Posts: 544 Officer
    dexter or victornox

    check out this place on line. Allied Kenco Sales.
    le se' bon ton roulet
  • CaptJCaptJ Posts: 2,102 Captain
    Actually got a few different Danco knives for boat use as my friends tend to drop them overboard on occasion. Was pleasantly surprised at their performance and how sharp they are. I must disclose that as a former meat cutter, and commercial fisherman I know how to keep a egood edge on a knife. They do rust if not cared for properly ( a little oil goes a long way). And for $6.00 you can't beat the price for a 6" fillet knife. I've always preferred Forschner knives, but keep them in the kitchen now.
  • K-DawgK-Dawg Posts: 258 Deckhand
    Victorinox Fibrox 8" chef's knife, 7" filet knife and paring knife. If you slice bread, a bread knife. That's all you need in the kitchen. 
  • bigfinn35bigfinn35 Posts: 1,234 Officer
    edited April 2022 #6
    The Fibrox is an exceptional knife at its price point, especially if you aren't used to keeping or maintaining a decent kitchen knife. If you're looking to go up on price a bit, the Zwilling pro is an excellent mid-range option that holds an edge very well when regularly honed (and given a few strokes on a whetstone or pull-through sharpener every week or two). Dexter knives are my go-to for filleting as well.

    Paddle faster, I hear banjo music.
  • swampdogswampdog Posts: 5,685 Admiral
    I have a couple of Dexter’s and a couple of Rapala fillet knives. They are really great and with the occasional whetstone use, they’re always ready to go. 
    Wife’s favorite knife is the 6” Rapala for fruits and veggies. I finally convinced her to only cut on the wooden cutting board to save the edge. ;)
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