Fillet & Bait Sharpener



Quick Edge Fillet & Bait Knife Sharpener

Knives can get dull quickly when filleting fish or cutting bait. Lansky's Quick Edge Fillet & Bait Knife Sharpener will keep those knives sharp or will put a sharp new edge on a dull knife with just a few strokes.

  • Quick & easy to use
  • Plastics made of marine grade materials and will not discolor in saltwater applications
  • Tungsten Carbide Sharpening Heads
  • Ergonomic Grip
  • Finger Guard & thumb Rest
  • Stores easily in your tackle box or on your boat

Sharpening angles are pre-set at 22.5º to achieve a 45º inclusive angle.




1 Comment

Feb 21st, 2014
Rating Amazon were running a speaicl promotion for this sharpener, with a video showing how it works. I found it hard to believe that this gadget could be any good, at such a low price. But then I thought that I have several very expensive Global knives getting blunter and blunter which I've never been able to sharpen successfully and if the gadget didn't work so what, I'd only be down less than a tenner. In fact it's well and solidly made. I use it on a granite work surface which it sticks to like a barnacle. The instructions tell you to stroke the knife through the machine just three or four times; it's good advice. That's all it takes to turn a blunt knife that makes hard work of slicing a tomato into something that is lethally sharp. It's a real pleasure to find something so cheap and so effective.

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knife sharpener in use

Fillet & Bait Sharpener Instructions

Step 1 - Grip the sharpener with your fingers inside the finger guard and your thumb resting against the thumb guard as shown.

Step 2 - Place knife on a flat, solid surface cutting edge up. Let about 1/2” of the blade extend beyond the edge of the surface. Hold the knife steady with one hand as you begin to sharpen with the other.

Step 3 - Place the “V” in the head of the Quick Edge Sharpener over the blade of your knife where it joins the handle. Holding the sharpener at roughly 90º to the blade (too great an angle as shown in 3a will result in poor sharpening performance), draw the sharpener toward the tip of the knife. The tungsten carbide sharpener will gradually remove metal from the blade, making it sharp. Repeat 3 to 4 times applying no more than light pressure to produce a razor-sharp edge.

Step 4 - Clean knife blade thoroughly.

NOTE: The tungsten carbide sharpening inserts are reversible and replaceable.

Be Smart, Be Safe and Stay an Edge Above the Rest!

CAUTION: Knife sharpening is an inherently dangerous activity. Used properly this sharpener cannot hurt you but a carelessly handled blade or pointed object can.

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