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Anyone able to tell me where I could source a good fish cutting board with a clip and also a quality filleting knife?? Something that would last for a while and also not too expensive...

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something like this ?

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/BAIT-FILLETING-C ... 4a9f16e8e5


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Good to see youre ready to eat a few!
When you get a knife I find the thinner the better for the actual filleting. They sell them in any fishing shop. It wants to have some flex in it so you can push down horizontally on it but still allows the handle to angle up a bit.
As far as filleting a fish without getting any bones in the fillet, barramundi are one of the easier ones to do with little wastage.


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a blank of wood with a 9inch nail sticking through is a good board


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yep Ebay, I got a good one there a while ago, just search for fillet knife and hundreds come up, take your pick, I also was after a good sharpener and was going to go electric at about $100 did heaps of research and found accusharp had rave reviews at $11 I thought would try one out, they are the best I have ever used, will post in the ebay thread

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Thanks guys... I will look on ebay... anyone knows of a shop in Perth?? Just want a bit of comparison...

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Is a few ivan but most department stores like KMART have them in fishing section, around $20-$30 will get a good knife and possibly a board, but cutting boards are even in the $2 shop,

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There are a fair few BCF stores around the burbs, they will have boards and knives..

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Would it be a shameless plug if I mention that I work in a shop stateside that sells a variety of fantastic fillet knives?

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