Fishing Knives & Sharpeners

Here at Anaconda, we stock a range of fishing knives plus multi-tools, gloves and even sharpeners. Discover our fishing tools in-store or online today!

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Can I purchase fishing knives and sharpeners at Anaconda?

Yes, you can. Having the right knife for a variety of jobs is invaluable on your fishing trips. Whether it is for cutting lines, presenting bait or filleting fish that you have caught, having the right tools will make your life easier. Here at Anaconda, we stock many fishing knives plus a great range of multi-tools, gloves and even sharpeners. With prices ranging from a few dollars to well into the hundreds, the choice is great and includes survival knives and other tools too. Please note that not all products are available online and some are subject to legislation when carried.

What is a fillet knife?

A fillet knife is used to remove the bones from fish. The blade is slender and flexible for the fine work that is required. It gets the job done quickly and easily without tearing up the fish. A good quality fillet knife will have to have the following characteristics:

Flexible Blade: Blade flexibility is essential when choosing a fillet knife. It makes it easier to do the intricate work often required for cleaning and deboning fish. You're able to get cleaner cuts that preserve more of the fish meat, and at the same time lower the probability of cutting yourself in the process.

Quality: Most fillet knives are made from high-carbon stainless steel. Some are made with new high-tech versions of stainless steel. Others have a titanium, non-stick, or other finish. The blades are slender with a sharp tip and a smooth edge. Some people prefer a filleting knife with a serrated edge for filleting large fish.

The Right Size of Blade: Fillet knives vary widely in size, ranging from 5 - 11 inches, with 7 inches being the standard fillet knife size. It is important to match the size of your fillet knife to the size of the fish you will be cleaning for best results.

What are the features of a fishing multi-tool?

Make sure you are prepared for everything that can happen while you are on your fishing trip by ensuring that you carry a fishing multi-tool in your tackle box. Multi-tools will vary depending on brand, but generally they will have all or some of these features:

  • Needle nose pliers
  • Crimper
  • Wire cutter
  • Hook file with v-groove
  • Jig-eye cleaner
  • Crankbait tuner
  • Scissors
  • Fish scaler
  • Phillips/flat head screwdriver
  • Can opener
  • Knife
  • Scissors

What else is included in the range?

Protect your hands and make slippery fish easier to handle with some specially designed fillet gloves. Fully washable, these gloves make an ideal present for the fishing enthusiast in your life!



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