This fillet knife and folding cutting board are on sale for just $80

TL;DR: Through Nov. 23, you can get the Stowaway Fillet System for just $79.99 instead of $106 — that’s a 24% discount.

Shopping for a fisherman/person may have you feeling like a fish out of water, but we may have the perfect catch for you. This holiday season, we’re thankful for this great deal on the Stowaway Fillet System. This knife and cutting board set is tough and ready for action, and you can get it for $79.99 before November 23, 11:59 pm Pacific. No code needed. 

A fillet knife and cutting setup you can use almost anywhere 

Fillet knives have to be razor-sharp or you’ll ruin your catch. This fillet knife certainly meets the brief with its titanium-coated salt-tough blade, but you may also want a safe way to use and store your knife. That’s why this fillet knife folds into a non-slip ergonomic handle. There’s even a carabiner to clip the whole thing to a belt or tackle box. 

Prepare your fish on the Stowaway cutting board instead of waiting until you get home. This solid, high-density polyethylene cutting board has an anti-skid bottom and magnetically stays closed for easy storage. If you need to put a new edge on your blade, there’s a built-in two-stage knife sharpener right there for you. The carbide section lets you set the blade and the ceramic is for honing. No need to accidentally turn your fish into bait for the next catch when you can keep your blade sharp and your fillets even. 

Wash off your cutting board in the dishwasher at home, and use the Neoprene carrying case to get it there. The carrying case keeps your knife and board safe and steady so you always know where to find them. All that’s left is deciding how you’re going to cook your catch at home. 

A reel great deal on a gift for your favorite fishing enthusiast

Gift shopping for someone a nature lover or who likes to fish? Get them the Stowaway Fillet System while it’s on sale now through November 23 for $79.99 (reg. $106) — no coupon code needed. 

Prices subject to change. 

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