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  • Some More Deep South Relics

    Random wish for the day... 5 day point hunt, 2 day work week. Well here lately it's been a 6 day work week and 0 day point hunt. Anyways here's some pictures.
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    🐜 🎤 SW Georgia

  • #2
    Very nice relics indeed, the beveling on photo 2 is insane!
    "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee

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    • antmike915
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      Thanks KP, pretty much the same on the other side.

  • #3
    Those are all great but what type is the next to last pic? I really like it.
    South Carolina

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    • antmike915
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      Thanks Josie, A Citrus (I think).

  • #4
    Really nice finds in that group, ant.
    and a 7 day point hunt.. and zero day work week..
    would suit me fine....✌️
    Southeastern Minnesota’s driftless area

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    • antmike915
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      Thanks Brad, I agree 👍

  • #5
    Is that what they call the new math...Hey, I understand you can quit working, get unemployment and stimulus checks etc will be forthcoming, which frees you up to hunt24/7...Lol, Not....sorry I got carried away....Where was I, oh yeah, I’d recognize a Thonotosassa from Thonotosassa anytime..That’s a nice one....I got so desperate for one way back that I almost bought one, but I finally found one albeit scrufty, ..nice points good show.
    Floridaboy.

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    • antmike915
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      Thanks Hal, it took me awhile to find my 1st Thonotosassa. I would find them deep. Can't make $$ hunting 24/7 especially if you don't sell them 🙂

  • #6
    Thanks for sharing those so much rain here I probably won’t be able to get out this whole month unless I get permission some place for a field
    NW Georgia

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    • antmike915
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      Those plowed fields would be great to hunt now, just watch those puddles 🙂

  • #7
    congrats , you still seem to be finding the goods.
    Wyoming

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    • antmike915
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      Thanks beatup 👍

  • #8
    Good stuff, Mike! I particularly like the big dark basal notched one (second from the last picture) - it looks sharp!
    Midland Co, TX - "My neck hurts from looking down!"

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    • antmike915
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      Thanks Mike, a rare one (for me at least). Unfortunately the base is snapped.

  • #9
    Even so still a very nice piece!
    Midland Co, TX - "My neck hurts from looking down!"

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    • #10
      Citrus and Culbreath tend to be found more along coastal and bayside sites is why you probably didn’t come across many...Lord knows it ain’t cuzz you didn’t try,
      Floridaboy.

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      • antmike915
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        That's the truth, only found 2 Citrus and 1 Culbreath. 1 of each at a construction site that was off Gandy Blvd.

    • #11
      Nice stuff Mike . Looks like u need to go Deep South again.....if Hal left anything!!!!
      SW Connecticut

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      • antmike915
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        I think Hal left these behind for someone like me to find; since he was finding Hernando, Suwannee and Newnan swords 🙂

    • #12
      Found where?
      Mississippi

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      • antmike915
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        Florida and Georgia except the last one (N. Alabama).

    • #13
      Ok. Slide on over to MS I'll put you on one of my sites 😁
      Mississippi

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      • #14
        Fields justnpliwed and it's raining now. 🤔 perfect combination
        Mississippi

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