Slice and Dice: The NEW Gerber Ceviche Fillet Knife


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Jan 10, 2009
Craig, Colorado
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Slice and Dice: The NEW Gerber Ceviche Fillet Knife

Have you ever tried to fillet a fresh-caught fish with a field knife? If so, I don’t have to tell you how much easier it is to carve up your catch with a proper fillet knife. The long, thin, sharp and flexible blade seems to glide right through the fish and over the bones, setting you up for quite a meal. If you’re in the market for a new fillet knife, Gerber has you covered. Just released, these are both the 7″ and 9″ versions of the new Gerber Ceviche fillet knife.

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When you’ve just caught your next meal, you demand a fillet knife that expertly handles that precious catch. The Ceviche
is the no-fuss, task-specific blade you need on deck to handle the cleaning of everything from pan fish to trophy-sized Walleye.
Slice and Dice: The NEW Gerber Ceviche Fillet Knife

The Gerber Ceviche fillet knife is available in two different lengths. One has a 7.14″ blade, while the other has a 9.18″ blade. The 5Cr stainless steel blades are coated in Salt Rx to increase corrosion resistance. The grips are textured to prevent your wet hands from slipping. Included with the knives is a vented sheath to keep your sharp edge sharp. The grip ends in a lanyard hole so you can connect the knife to yourself so it isn’t lost if dropped.


  • Overall length: 12.43″ (7″), 14.46″ (9″)
  • Weight: 3.1 oz, 3.33 oz
  • Blade material: 5Cr stainless steel
  • Blade length: 7.14″, 9.18″
  • MSRP: $25.00, $30.00

If you’d like to check these out for yourself, you can order either version from the Gerber website. You can also get more content from the company by liking and following on social media. Gerber can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Get those fires going!

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