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New knives continue Rapala’s tradition of quality and dependability Minnetonka, Minn. – True anglers know that a sharp knife is an essential accessory for any well-equipped tackle box. This year, Rapala is providing even more options, with a new line of electric fillet knives that are true to Rapala’s tradition of quality and dependability.

New Fillet Knives

ProGuide‘ Deluxe Electric Fillet Knife Set Rapala introduces an electric fillet knife that will not be confined to the tackle box. In fact, with so many features, the ProGuide Deluxe can be used almost anywhere and comes with an easy-to-carry case complete with portable cutting board.

The electric fillet knives are designed with the same engineering used in all Rapala knives. The easy-grip handle with an advanced airflow design reduces heat build-up from the motor that is housed inside. The powerful, yet quiet motor is designed to minimize noise and handle vibration.

Its power source options include a 12V DC lighter plug for use in a vehicle’s cigarette lighter, 12V post clips to clamp to the boat battery and a 110V AC adapter that plugs into the wall for use in the kitchen or garage. Each fillet knife includes six-inch and seven and one-half-inch interchangeable blades to suit a variety of filleting needs.

ProGuide 12V/DC Fillet Knife Set The ideal portable fillet knife is one that you can take with you, wherever you and your fishing rod decide to go. The 12VDC fillet knife offers a combination of power with a 12V/DC lighter plug for a vehicle’s cigarette lighter and 12V clips for the battery posts. A quiet, long-lasting motor that is positioned inside the handle powers the new ProGuide. With six-inch and seven and one-half-inch blade options, it’s adaptable to all filleting methods.

ProGuide 110V/AC Fillet Knife Set Rapala’s wall powered fillet knife gives anglers just what they need to clean their prize catch. The quiet long-lasting motor is specially designed to minimize noise and vibration. It is equipped with a compact travel case that includes a portable cutting board. The 18-foot power cord provides plenty of reach for use in the fish house, garage or kitchen. Signature Series PTFE Coated Fillet Knives

Also new to Rapala’s line of premium fillet knives this year is the Signature Fillet. The new “Easy-Cut” PTFE coated blade features a double-tapered, handground stainless steel blade. The attractive birch handle is baked to remove water and prevent cracking. This premium knife also includes a serrated blade back and just the right amount of flexibility for all uses. The signature fillet also comes with a leather sheath and two-stage sharpener. Sportsman’s Classic Saltwater Serrated and Curved Fillet

Rapala gives its popular Sportsman’s Classic-series knives a new look this year with durable serrated and curved options. Its eight-inch Swedish stainless steel blade comes in two styles and features the molded “comfort grip” handle that resists water and a drop-point tip for extra strength at the tip of the blade. Both models included a coordinated sheath with belt loop.

Sportsman’s Classic Saltwater Bait Knife This four-inch bait knife features razor-sharp Swedish stainless steel and a serrated blade back. Like the Sportsman’s Classic fillet knife, the bait knife has a molded comfort grip” handle that resists heat and includes a coordinated hard case sheath.

About Rapala Dedicated to delivering memorable fishing experiences every time, the Rapala Group, based in Vääksy, Finland (Helsinki Stock Exchange: RAP1V), manufactures and markets fishing lures, fishing line, fishing rods, hooks, terminal tackle, knives and accessories under the Rapala, VMC, Blue Fox and Storm brand names. The company was unofficially founded in 1936 when Lauri Rapala invented the Rapala fishing lure. Rapala maintains its strict standards of quality and craftsmanship while delivering its fishing products to anglers in more than 130 countries. For more information about Rapala lures, visit


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