T10-302B

Magma Bait & Filet Mate Serving & Cutting Tables

Magma Bait & Filet Mate Serving & Cutting Tables

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  • 100% High density color core polyethylene construction that will not absorb fish odors and is more sanitary than wood
  • Has storage for pliers and 2 knife holsters
  • Slotted table back for overboard drainage
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Bait/Filet Mate™ Serving/Cutting Table

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Magma's original "Bait/Filet Mate" tables have an attractive new look, BLACK! This color core material has thin white cap layers and a bright black center. Our "Magma" logo and handy new ruler has been engraved to show the black core for a clean look while increasing visibility when measuring the days catch. Not just designed for bait preparation or fish cleaning but can also be used for food or cocktail service. Constructed with the finest commercial quality high-density polyethylene that is virtually indestructible, practical, will not absorb fish odors, and more sanitary than wood filet tables. This material is UV stabilized and FDA approved for mildew free, crack free, and maintenance free use. Equipped with (2) redesigned knife holsters that accommodate larger filet knives, handy receptacle for Pliers, rounded edges / corners for safety, and side channels with a slotted table back that permits drainage from the work surface while keeping your deck clean of scales and residue when preparing, cleaning, or filleting.

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$62.98
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Magma Bait & Filet Mate Serving & Cutting Tables T10-303B Bait & Filet Mate Serving & Cutting Table, 31"
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