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    Went to my go to spot again (when my other areas aren't ready). The longest 2; smallest a little over 3/4 inch. These along with others from this area I have to let soak in warm water and dawn soap for a few hours. Quantity over Quality everytime here.
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    🐜 🎤 Columbus, Georgia

  • #2
    Nine whole (more or less) points is a great day's haul.
    California

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    • antmike915
      antmike915 commented
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      I'll always put artifacts like this in frames.

  • #3
    Absolutely, where was I, oh yeah, you folks finding all those quartz points makes me wanna head up your way and either die in the snow or find a point, or both at the same time, Lol...love em.
    Floridaboy.

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    • antmike915
      antmike915 commented
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      Thanks Hal, come on up. No snow in my part of Georgia yet. It's still pretty cold though. Wear a thick jacket, some gloves, a beanie and 2 pairs of socks and you'll be fine and don't forget the chapstick.

  • #4
    Good finds i was thinking about going yakking tomorrow but still to cold for me going into the 20s tonight. Glad you went out and saved a few.
    NW Georgia

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    • antmike915
      antmike915 commented
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      Thanks Glenn; it was pretty chilly down my way as well. I'm sure mine and your weather is pretty similar. I've found more points (not better though) in the past week than last year but I'm ready for my other areas to become available. I'm going to check on that probably early next month. I might go to this area one more time then take a break.

  • #5
    Nothing better then coming home with a pocket full, cool finds!

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    • antmike915
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      Thanks Glacial, definitely agree.

  • #6
    May not be pretty but still a good day.
    Searching the fields of Northwest Indiana and Southwestern Michigan

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    • antmike915
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      Agree, thanks greg

  • #7
    Productive hunt mike... cool finds.
    I’m chomping at the bit to get out...
    storm on the way... gonna be a while but still have the cold creeks.....🥶
    Southeastern Minnesota’s driftless area

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    • antmike915
      antmike915 commented
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      Thanks Brad, I know the cold won't stop you from looking but the cold + storm might; but after the storm I'm sure is a different story 🙂

  • #8
    Sure must be a good site to find all those at one time, Nice points
    South East Ga. Twin City

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    • antmike915
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      Like finding quartz needles and huge quartz haystacks.

  • #9
    That's a haul Mike..congrats
    SW Connecticut

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    • antmike915
      antmike915 commented
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      Thanks Red 👍

  • #10
    Your on the board, congrats
    Near the PA/Ohio state line

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    • antmike915
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      Thanks paoh

  • #11
    They’re all nice points. I can see why it’s your go to spot.
    South Dakota

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    • antmike915
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      Thanks SD

  • #12
    I would think with that many finds there should be some hardstone out there
    NW Georgia

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    • antmike915
      antmike915 commented
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      I did find a broken piece of hardstone something with a big strike on it (most likely from a plow). There's a creek a little lower on the property and I found it close to it. I don't think it's anything but I picked it up because the material had no business being there. I'll take a picture and post it later tonight.

    • SurfaceHunter
      SurfaceHunter commented
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      Sounds good trust your instincts

  • #13
    Hey, you found points! don't look a gift horse in the mouth, or it'll snap your nose off. I think that's how it goes.
    "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee

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    • SurfaceHunter
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      Idk if that's how it goes or not but sure made me laugh

    • antmike915
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      Good enough expression as any, I'll take them like this all day long.

  • #14
    You can hardly beat finding quartz Artifacts. Good for you ant. Kim
    My heart is looking up, my eyes are looking at the ground. Snyder County Pa.

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    • antmike915
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      Thanks Kim

  • #15
    Ok that a good site to say the least !!! I thought you were in S Georgia not tons of quartz there . Did you go up north ?

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    • antmike915
      antmike915 commented
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      I looked a little north of Columbus, I basically prefer south but I'll go here sometimes. Plus it's a lot closer drive.
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