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    Iam new to artifact hunting and I have been watching a lot guys hunting for artifacts on utube I’ve learned quite a bit about hunting and where to look for them and what to look for but I have found out that there are some people that seem to find points in perfect condition just lying in a creek bed lam not sure I believe some of them!

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    When they find a perfect point they most likely find ten or more broke. They are in a good spot not hunted much when they find more than one.
    South East Ga. Twin City

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    • #3
      With known point yielding sites and conditions being just right, I probably spent 40 hours to get that perfect point ( no breaks, good outline, but not necessarily a high quality and two years for a G-9 roughly..(figured in averages)....There’s another weird unexplained factor I’ve known about for years, two guys hunting same fields one finds junkers the other perfect ones, time after time, it doesn’t matter what fields, or how they work em over the years...I hope you’re the fella who finds more quality points.Lol.P.S. ,It’s true.
      Floridaboy.

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      • B.Rubble
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        Thank you! I hope I do Iam in a very good area Muskingum and Licking counties in Ohio I’ve sent out 13 letters to property owners in both counties this week asking for permission to hunt on their property

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      I've been watching it also this week. Never know i might learn a new trick. I think you probably find more quality digging but I've never tried it
      NW Georgia

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      • #5
        I watched this video of a cache coming out one time and there was men and women in the video and they pulled out huge blade after blade white material. They weren’t being loud at all almost too quiet 🤫. Led me to believe that they were trespassing they acted like they pulled out 1000 before . The dirt was undug so it wasn’t planted they just probably shouldn’t have been there is my guess

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        • Benji
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          You oughtta check out the buck creek cache on you tube....its crazy

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        Hey b.rubble.....ive found some pretty decent points on creeks...it can be done.....those guys posting on YouTube.....some of them have hours upon hours of hunting before they can post a 10 or 15 min video posting their finds..it can appear that they find them all one day in a vid, but that vid could be a compilation of several weeks and or months...as others have stated....you can pull broke points all day long and get lucky to find a whole point.....however, i can be a little skeptic too and im sure some people may plant points to make a vid and get views
        Last edited by Benji; 01-11-2021, 06:53 PM. Reason: Added addtl info
        Benny / Western Highland Rim / Tennessee

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        • B.Rubble
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          I found my first 3 points in a creek I just started hunting for them in November just saying Iam pretty sure some people do it to get subscribers

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        I lie the ditchwalker . But he admits to have dug an area for hours . Sometimes he is lucky ! He knows his stuff and is humble and fun to watch .

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        • SurfaceHunter
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          He is pretty good i did notice he got out of the last ditch pretty fast when he saw the cottonmouth lol.

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        Good discussion Tam. As we all know we find many many Artifacts to get just one or two good ones. If I had one good one for every hour I've hunted, I could start a museum better than most. It's just the way it is today, as I said before the hay day for surface hunting is over, unless you think outside the box. I don't dig anything, except as a professional or in an emergency to save Artifacts from the bulldozer. Kim
        My heart is looking up, my eyes are looking at the ground. Snyder County Pa.

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        • #9
          You should check out a guy who calls himself Rocks Cousteau

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          • Hal Gorges
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            I like Cousteau,

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          I’ve always enjoyed watching Seneca Relics. They’re honest hunters who nit only enjoy the hunt, they enjoy laughing with and at one another. Unfortunately one of them is battling leukemia and the hunting is on hold.
          Child of the tides

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          • flintguy
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            I enjoy them as well. Hopefully he will get back out there soon. Haven't heard any updates.

          • B.Rubble
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            I love to watch those guys

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          The more you look the more you build up your brain's catalog..so when you see it, it will register. When you look you are scanning unless you are on all fours and that is often done and recommended hahaha. People looking for a classic perfect point may not see what is right in front of you. Your mind looks at colors, textures, lusters. BITS of artifacts. Materials. More often = More finds. Keep looking down. Be an expert for your local sites. Someone from the beaches will not see what you see in a gravel bar and you wouldn't see shell stuff on a site loaded with shell. Same with walking sites loaded with material and rocks. With that said I've said to myself more than once, "Today I find a plummet" and I did LOLOL!
          Professor Shellman
          Tampa Bay

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          • #12
            Mudstompers is a great channel, with two guys hunting the Ohio River in Kentucky and Indiana. They find what I call, the "everyday hunters finds". Crude, broken, honest pieces, but very once in a while they pull something neat out.
            "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee

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            • B.Rubble
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              Yes I have watched their channel I like it also I watch commissioner Tom and Rocks Cousteau who hunt’s along the Ohio river he finds a lot of really nice artifacts and has a huge collection

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            My wife makes fun of this one guy I like watching him cause he does a lot of creek walking. I'm sure you will recognize this. Thank you Great Spirit
            NW Georgia

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            • B.Rubble
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              Arrowhead guy from central Indian?

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            I'm watching one right now. Called Take it Easy. Wish I could find a hunting partner like that
            NW Georgia

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            • B.Rubble
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              Hawking Lithics?

            • SurfaceHunter
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              Yep
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