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Best electric filet knife, Bubba blade vs American angler pro?

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I have had the Rapala and the Mister Twister cheap ones that don't do a great job looking to get a better one. Just using on perch and walleye.

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Go to a garage sale, or look on ebay, for a good old sunbeam or GE. You'll be surprised. Been my go to for 30 years as I watch my buddies burn up some high dollar alternatives.

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Following. I have used the black and decker 9" for probly 4 seasons now and its been great. It was recommended to me over the Rapala or Mr Twister, by guys that cut 1000s of fish every year. but the new cordless bubba electric look pretty awesome

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On ‎5‎/‎14‎/‎2019 at 7:30 AM, Drebs12 said:

Following. I have used the black and decker 9" for probly 4 seasons now and its been great. It was recommended to me over the Rapala or Mr Twister, by guys that cut 1000s of fish every year. but the new cordless bubba electric look pretty awesome

This was going to be my exact post except for I've been using my black and decker for at least 20+ years and its still the original set of blades. I've used it on every type of panfish, bass, pike, trout and who knows what else. The new Bubba cordless look very inviting but that sure is a lot of new fishing lures.

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