For piers, I use my trusty Rapala knives. (wooden handle and folding) For a big job at home, I use Dexter knives. People will try and steal my Dexters on a pier so they stay home.
I keep being offered use of Bubba blades (I hear they are really good.) but I keep getting these warnings about watching my fingers, especially in a cold day. I like my fingers so I always decline. I always have this scenario running through my head where I am cleaning a fish and I look and a finger isn’t where it is supposed to be.
As long as you’re not cutting up a shark, with an already properly sharpened fillet knife, the felt dullness is usually the result from the sharp razor edge being pushed down. A sharpening rod will help to get the edge standing up again. If you don’t have one at the time a couple of back swipes across flat wood can help.
Oh I forgot. To cut fish bones at home, I use one of those serrated Cutco Kitchen knives. They go through fish bones like a saw. Their outdoor fish fillet knives are just too stiff for me.