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Bubba meets bass

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“As fishermen, we were sick and tired of our fillet knives going dull, rusting, pitting, slipping out of our hand and not being able to hold up in a harsh saltwater environment. We wanted a knife that could handle a rigorous life at sea. After searching for this perfect knife, we found that one did not exist anywhere, for any price. That’s when we set out to make the best fillet knife possible.”

At least, that’s what the advertisement for the “Bubba Blade” says.

My son and his family decided since I caught so many fish, that I needed a Bubba Blade and he got me one for my birthday. I recently got to give it a try for the first time and must say, I really like it. The stainless steel blade is super sharp and flexible, the handle is virtually slip free and it glides through even the biggest of fish (like I catch).

Plus, it’s got a full tang! Okay, I barely know what that means, either, but basically it means the metal part of the knife runs all the way the entire length of the handle. That’s a good thing.

With large numbers of fish, I still like a good electric knife. But the Bubba Blade is a good one. I’d recommend it. To read the whole Bubba Blade story, check out https://www.bubbablade.com/

Good fishin’

And cleanin’

Discussion

2 thoughts on “Bubba meets bass

  1. I wish! Knife paid for and no benefit for publicity. But Bubba, if you are reading this, you can send me one now!!!

    And any contributions for my congressional campaign can just be mailed directly to me….

    Posted by darbone1 | October 19, 2016, 12:3611:43 pm
  2. So you sold out to the corporate “man”? What? Did they offer you a free whetstone, too? Next you’ll be taping testimonials, then running for Congress.

    Posted by emil turner | October 19, 2016, 12:3611:37 pm

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