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  • How to Hunt ?

    Hello, I’m brand new here and was curious if there were some good tips/techniques for hunting Indian artifacts.
    Im in the Houston, Texas area so I’m sure I’ll have to travel some to get to decent hunting spots.

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    Welcome Tom ...don’t count the downtown out, remember,early people lived in the choice spots also, but yeah, I know you want to find a site not just an isolated find...You’ll get some tips today.
    Floridaboy.

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    • Hal Gorges
      Hal Gorges commented
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      Geez Tom ya sure aged quick from when I first saw your photo a couple of minutes ago.lol.welcome again.

    • Texas Tom
      Texas Tom commented
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      LOL, I couldn’t make up my mind what photo to use. LOL. I do scrollsaw woodwork so I decided to go with one of my Indian Chief cuttings.

  • #3
    Welcome to the site Tom. Do some reading in this section of the forum. A lot of great information in here. It will take some time but save you a lot of time.
    Searching the fields of Northwest Indiana and Southwestern Michigan

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    • #4
      Knowing the material used in your area and the color of it could help a lot.

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      • #5
        Thank you all very much and I will read the article gregszybala recommended. I used to live 3 1/2 to 4 hours north in the heart of East Texas which was a really great spot for artifacts. I might just have to take my son and a drive back. Lots on concrete down here in the city.

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        • #6
          Look to where the concrete meets the dirt and erosion happens...

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          • #7
            Port Arthur beach ....

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            • Lindenmeier-Man
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              Also eastern sea wall , Galveston. Look right up next to the sea wall. Edwards Plateau flint. Gray-Brown in color....

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            Welcome to the forum Tom
            TN formerly CT Visit our store http://stores.arrowheads.com/store.p...m-Trading-Post

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            • #9
              Thank all of you for the help. I can’t wait to get out soon and use some of these tips.

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