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Hand Auger Blade Sharpening

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I got a 6 inch hand auger and need new blades, and want to get the old ones resharpened as a back-up. Would be helpful if anyone knows a good place/person to call or stop by. Thanks

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I assume you have one of the Mora hand augers? Some of the chain saw sharpening places sharpen them otherwise I know southside bait in Richmond has a blade exchange.

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Excellent....Thanks for the tip...I also heard about stop light sharpening...any truth to that..i suppose i could just call too....lol

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maybe try the bait den by vukes they are just starting up. give them a try castindad

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Has anyone used the hand sharpener? I don't know for sure who makes it, but I think it's by Strikemaster. I've seen them but never tried one. Do they work?

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Has anyone used the hand sharpener? I don't know for sure who makes it, but I think it's by Strikemaster. I've seen them but never tried one. Do they work?


Have tried them...seem to work okay but not as good as exchanging them.

I know Tackle Box does exchanges as well.

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