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Breasting #7539149 06/21/19 02:32 AM
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What knife do you use for breasting? confused2

Re: Breasting [Re: Charlie817] #7539153 06/21/19 02:37 AM
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I just use both hands.

Re: Breasting [Re: Charlie817] #7539167 06/21/19 02:53 AM
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Havalon. https://www.havalon.com/

I had the Piranta for years and lost it just resently. So ordered a new one today and went with the Baracuta. It is a bigger knife, takes bigger blades. There are 3 flavors, but they are all the same, just different colors, and come with different blades. They 3 type blades, 1 for fillet, 1 more for hunting (best for duck), and the other is a saw blade for bone. I got the both fillet and hunting blade and knife, just ordered today.

If you want to go cheap, get the Piranta. They take scalpel surgeon blades you can buy for dirt cheap.

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Originally Posted by Guy
Havalon. https://www.havalon.com/

I had the Piranta for years and lost it just resently. So ordered a new one today and went with the Baracuta. It is a bigger knife, takes bigger blades. There are 3 flavors, but they are all the same, just different colors, and come with different blades. They 3 type blades, 1 for fillet, 1 more for hunting (best for duck), and the other is a saw blade for bone. I got the both fillet and hunting blade and knife, just ordered today.

If you want to go cheap, get the Piranta. They take scalpel surgeon blades you can buy for dirt cheap.


Ill second the havalon, I have a lot of buddies that use them as well.


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Re: Breasting [Re: Charlie817] #7539322 06/21/19 01:38 PM
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All thumbs. Peel like a orange

Re: Breasting [Re: Charlie817] #7539340 06/21/19 01:56 PM
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I usually use my dexter fillet knife.

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Originally Posted by scalebuster
I just use both hands.


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Re: Breasting [Re: snake oil] #7539788 06/22/19 12:57 AM
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Originally Posted by snake oil
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I just use both hands.


Ditto


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You can use your hands, but you waist the tenders. And I like to cut out the arteries and the thick silver membrane around it, makes a big difference. And I also like to keep the skin on. Good luck doing all that with your hands.

Pic below, I circle that silver membrane I did not remove...
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Thanks everyone, good info! cheers

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Gdogg's son Tyler uses his hands, he will clean 2 limits of ducks in a few minutes at the boat ramp.

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Originally Posted by Guy
You can use your hands, but you waist the tenders. And I like to cut out the arteries and the thick silver membrane around it, makes a big difference. And I also like to keep the skin on. Good luck doing all that with your hands.

Pic below, I circle that silver membrane I did not remove...
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Skin on is good.. up
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I was talking about dove only. Need to try some duck again someday.


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Originally Posted by bobcat1
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Originally Posted by scalebuster
I just use both hands.


Ditto


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