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  1. #11
    Has too much time on their hands

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    Unless you really lose the edge, ceramic rods are the way to go for maintenance.
    My knives are pretty well toast? I've got to get them sharp then the maintenance will keep them up for awhile.
    Thanks to all for the responses!
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    Bushmoose check out the dollarama closest to you, they have some Shimano filet knives for $4.00 I bought 5 of them and have one in the kitchen, one in each vehicle and one in each boat. great deal. you never know when you'll need a knife.

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    Apprentice

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    I got a rapala fillet knife years ago. It came with a red plastic sharpener with the rods in it. Knives don't hold an edge as long when sharpened this way but it's easy and fast. I sharpen a knife after a few fish.

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