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  • April find of the month entry!

    What's up fellas? Turkey season is nearly over, and this is the first time I officially tagged out! I'll post the stories if someone wants me too, but for now, let's enter in some fantastic finds!

    Please post two good photos of the artifact and the link to your original post where you first had your artifact. Entry ends May 15th.
    "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee

  • #2
    Heck yea KP post away! I always enjoy a good hunting story.
    Warren County New Jersey

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    • Kentucky point
      Kentucky point commented
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      Because I was by myself most times, I don't have pictures with me and the turkeys, but I have the results.

    • Up-north
      Up-north commented
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      Show the bird!🦃

  • #3
    Guess I will kick it off. This was my best find for April. Title is Still on the Hunt. I did a live hunt that day. Rare point for my area.Click image for larger version  Name:	Resized_20210418_131609.jpeg Views:	67 Size:	91.8 KB ID:	553095Click image for larger version  Name:	Resized_20210418_131546.jpeg Views:	65 Size:	93.6 KB ID:	553096Click image for larger version  Name:	Resized_Screenshot_20210418-155126_Chrome.jpeg Views:	76 Size:	68.1 KB ID:	553097
    Last edited by SurfaceHunter; 05-08-2021, 09:56 AM.
    NW Georgia

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  • #4
    Click image for larger version

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ID:	553103 I had a pretty good month, a couple of adena’s and a pipe bowl.. I gotta choose this one... under adena and a pocket full of flint..✌️ Click image for larger version

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    Southeastern Minnesota’s driftless area

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  • #5
    Slow month for me, but am grateful to have gotten one good one. This neat little darl was only about 6 inches down...

    https://forums.arrowheads.com/forum/...od-little-darl
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    Austin TX

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    • #6
      This should be an awesome lineup again this month! I’m gonna sit this one out and drool over all the entrees.
      👍😃
      Uncle Trav- Southwest Michigan

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      • SurfaceHunter
        SurfaceHunter commented
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        Join in if you have any

    • #7
      April was a fine month for my son and me.
      Win or lose, this point will always be precious.
      It is my six-year-old’s 250th find!
      Flint & Nuther One
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      northwestern Pennsylvania

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      • redrocks
        redrocks commented
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        That's a Fine point Nuther one!

    • #8
      My gouge from Early April posted on the forum!

      https://forums.arrowheads.com/forum/general-discussion-gc5/show-and-tell-–-your-site-finds-and-in-situs-gc8/545281-a-point-sinker-and-gouge-walk-into-a-bar
      Can’t find em sitting on the couch; unless it’s in a field

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      • flintguy
        flintguy commented
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        Rare find.

      • redrocks
        redrocks commented
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        Nice New England find Ben!!!

    • #9
      All great finds so far, this is shaping up to be a another good contest
      Benny / Western Highland Rim / Tennessee

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      • #10
        Only thing memorable I found in April was that mortar. The post actually could be in May, idk. On my phone pics, the in-situs are dated 4-29. Anyway....its not a point, but it is a "find".

        https://forums.arrowheads.com/forum/...10-nice-mortar
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        Last edited by Mailman; 05-10-2021, 09:39 PM.
        Western Kentucky

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        • tomf
          tomf commented
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          Never saw the original post, which btw, you have to link in order to qualify for 'find of the month'. Find your post, copy the URL and paste it here.
          Very nice mortar, (is what I really) wanted to say.

        • Mailman
          Mailman commented
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          What's a URL? I BARELY know how to log in, lol.

          To quote Phil Robertson "I'm a low tech man living in a high tech world"

          I tried. If I screwed it up, please help a brother out!
          Last edited by Mailman; 05-10-2021, 09:40 PM.

        • tomf
          tomf commented
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          URL is the web page address that appears in the bar at top of a web page. When copied and pasted it provides a link.

      • #11
        https://forums.arrowheads.com/forum/...ucky-yesterday

        My find from columbus georgia!
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        • redrocks
          redrocks commented
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          That's a red killer.. nice!

        • Frogpoint
          Frogpoint commented
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          Thanks man I appreciate it! redrocks

      • #12
        I guess I will put in my half Bannerstone/atlatl weight I found on April 13. For some reason I can’t seem to get my original post link to drag over. I will keep trying unless someone else can help me out with it. Original post was on April 14th titled Shaft Abrader
        Last edited by HBird; 05-11-2021, 09:34 PM.
        Warren County New Jersey

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      • #13
        https://forums.arrowheads.com/forum/...e-find-4-29-21
        SE ARKANSAS

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        • Artifascination
          Artifascination commented
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          Here’s the link to Ashley’s discoidal if someone can get it to post correctly it would be appreciated!

      • #14
        We still have time for some more if you have 'em!
        "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee

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        • #15
          a nice surprise - ArrowHeads.com
          Well I thought I would enter what I'm thinking is a Morrow Mountain. It is 4.5 inches long made of North Carolina slate belt rhyolite. I still can not believe I was lucky enough to find it unbroken, it is the largest point I have found whole. I wonder how long it was when it started its life. I have included a picture of it with other Morrow Mountains I have found to show just how big this thing is in comparison. Thanks for the look and happy hunting.
          Will
          Last edited by Bloody Fourth; 05-12-2021, 12:53 PM.

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