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MN Angler

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I live in St. Paul and the last couple years of drilling hundreds of holes has really made my auger blades dull. does anyone know of a good place that will sharpen them?

Thanks

MN Angler

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Depends on what auger you have. Nils are almost impossible to resharpen unless you know what your doing, we have some one right here on FM that you can send them to, to get sharpened. If its a Lazer blade, I would just exchange them.

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I have used a hand sharpener before it worked okay the first couple times and then I think the carbon edge was to short to sharpen ne more. I believe I paid 7.99 for it a scheels

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I'd exchange them as well vs. sharpening them. I've stopped into the shop in Big Lake on my way up north a few times to do it. It takes a couple of minutes and there's usually a story or 2 from Cy in the meanwhile. grin

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