Cobia are a hard fighting fish found up and down the east coast, frequently migrating to warmer waters as the seasons change. Many fishermen seek the thrill of trying to catch one of these beasts either to mount as a nice trophy or to cook for a delicious meal. Cobia can grow up to 2 meters in length and weigh up to 170 pounds. Cobia tend to swim alone, but sometimes congregate at wrecks, reefs, and buoys. Their diet consist primarily of fish, crab, and squid. Live eel, pinfish, or blue runners are best for cobia, but migrating cobia can be caught using artificial lures. To make the process of filleting cobia quick and easy, we have put together the perfect set of knives for the job.