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    FilletMaker Master Fillet Board

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    Product Description

    It used to be hard to find a surface to work comfortably on, that can be rinsed with ease, and is portable.

    But not anymore. Now you can keep your fish mess contained with the FilletMaker Master Fillet Board. That's right! No more angry wives, no more scales flying off the counter, and the easiest clean up system ever to hit the fishing industry! Simply dump the remains from FilletMaker into the trash, rinse off, and you're DONE! Yes, it's that easy! FilletMaker's unique trademarked and patented cutting edge design allows you to take it anywhere on the go including your lap. Designed by fishermen for anglers to make your experience a lot easier. You can even use it for cutting meats, vegetables, fruits, or as a serving tray!

    Cleaning fish just got easier.


    • Raised fillet surface that allows for pressure and clearance of fillet knife or electric knife to make a clean swipe of each fillet
    • Tapered grooves allow liquid waste to drain towards channels
    • Large channels to hold waste drainage
    • Huge pocket to store your finished fillets, or put fillets in a bowl and use area for waste
    • Huge 31 x 21 inch board with 22-1/2 x 10 inch raised fillet surface
    • Made in the USA

    Eddie F from Kansas
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    worked great for carving meat. Sliced 5 pork loins for a funeral dinner and was easy to clean up afterwards. Hardly any mess at all. Can't wait to clean a mess of fish on it.
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