Jackson Fish Skinner with Cutter
Jackson's Fish Skinning Tool was invented by Leroy H. Jackson of Falkner, Mississippi after having a difficult task of cleaning fish for customers who fished his catfish ponds. The Fish Skinning Tool is manufactured at Jackson's Fishing and Sporting and sold to sporting goods stores in several states. Jackson's invention combines a cutting edge and pinchers for grasping the skin of the fish. The cutting edge ensures a clean cut of the skin, but limits the depth, preventing damage to the meat of the fish. The combination of a cutting tool and grasping device eliminates the need for two separate tools and having to switch from one to the other. The task of removing skin from a fish is made easier and done more efficiently. This gives fisherman less skinning time and more fishing time.
Makes skinning easy.
No knife needed.