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Rapala® Fillet Glove

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Made of Tuff-Knit™ yarn, a comfy blend of natural and synthetic fibers with stainless steel for the best protection against slicing injury during filleting. Fits either hand, with three sizes to choose from. Machine washable to keep glove sanitary for years of safe use.


  • Tuff-Knit™ Yarn
  • Small, Medium, Large Sizes

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How-To Fillet with Rapala Knives

Rapala Pro Angler, Tom Neustrom, demonstrates step by step techniques for filleting different species of fish, like Walleye, Salmon, Trout, Perch, Crappie and Bluegill using the best Rapala fillet knives for each filleting task.

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