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I have had a couple of off brand electric filet knives in the past and have been disappointed. I'll probably be buying from bass pro and they carry a few different models in a couple of brands. Has anybody used the Rapala or Berkely models in the $40-$50 dollar range? If so, which is the better buy? Bass Pro also carries the Mister Twister and Gensu. Thanks for your input.

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GE brand "bread knife" - will accept the Pirannah blades. Can be found at Walmart... Has held up cleaning redfish Hope that helps.

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Mister Twister is by far the best IMO. Ive had Rapala and Berkley only to be disappointed. The blades dulled quickly and the knife gave out after less than a season of use. Mister Twisters normally last between 2-3 seasons for me. It is nothing for me to clean 200 fish a day with mine. I catch a ton of bar fish on the river and white perch on the lake and clean them no problem with the Mister Twister. I also have some buddies that guide for speckled trout and they clean 100-200 fish a day every day and they all use Mister Twister fillet knife. They just seem to hold up the best over time and are much cheaper than the others mentioned.

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X4 for Mister Twister. Been using and still using it for past 3yrs. No complaints. If it were to ever go bad, I'd get another one.

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