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Blade Sharpening

Post By: wingman13      Posted: 11/14/2020 1:16:23 PM     Points: 811    
I know it's probably been asked a time or 2, but I can't find it anywhere. Anyone have someone in the Denver Metro area that's sharpens auger blades?? Have a couple sets of Mora's I'd like to get done.
 Reply by: Trailerman      Posted: Nov. 14, 2:10:01 PM     Points: 161    
 Reply by: Goosehunter82      Posted: Nov. 14, 2:41:55 PM     Points: 57807    
Reach out to bud ice fishin fool, he's the skipper on cherry Creek. He's done blades for me before!
 Reply by: Hawaiian Punch      Posted: Nov. 14, 3:52:18 PM     Points: 8260    
Bud has done mine . . .reach him on his skippers link for Cherry Creek.Sharpening auger blades is different than any other blade there is.Don't let anyone touch your blades unless your sure they know what they are doing.
If you have a Niles auger,it needs special attention.I'll hook you up with the guy I use,but hes not cheap or close by,but his turn over time is fast.Even Niles sends folks there.
 Reply by: not too old to fish      Posted: Nov. 15, 10:10:36 AM     Points: 5238    
I had Bass Pro Shop do a set for me a couple of years ago and they worked fine. I don't know if they still do them so you might want to call them before you go.
 Reply by: sylvan      Posted: Nov. 16, 1:25:10 PM     Points: 11316    
Roland at BPS does blades he works in the optics dept.
 Reply by: wingman13      Posted: Nov. 16, 2:25:04 PM     Points: 811    
Thanks a bunch guys! I've fished with Bud a time or two, maybe I'll give him a holler.

 Reply by: cleo      Posted: Nov. 20, 9:13:36 PM     Points: 8    
They are super easy to sharpen with the Ken onion sharpeners or really any sharpener. You only put an angle on the top side and then knock the burr off the bottom side parallel to the ice. Those moras are kind of soft and donít hold an edge all that long but as a result are really easy to sharpen. Most of the time all they need is to knock the burr off and they rip ice again.
 Reply by: Anteroman      Posted: Nov. 21, 2:22:36 PM     Points: 5440    
Reinforces my theory that ice is for bourbon or rum, no auger required!
 Reply by: bhooker      Posted: Nov. 21, 7:38:25 PM     Points: 3    
Agree, and keeping beer cold !
 Reply by: Ajax5240      Posted: Nov. 21, 9:31:50 PM     Points: 30411    
Cleo, that sharpener is the best thing... ever! Worth every penny