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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by slow-bow, Jan 4, 2007.
I found the Pestle a bit deeper than the spearhead.
When it warms up a little bit, I'll go back to digging and I'll post a few more pictures of what I find.
That white Hardin is a beauty, and looks to be at least 4". Absolute smoker, not something you find very often for sure. Big congrats!
Found this in a tobacco field several years ago at first I thought it was an arrowhead,there has been some napping on it not sure anyone have an opinion
Looks like it's made of Petrified wood, I think it's a Hardin. It was found in Hardin county.
This was froze to the ground... I had to start a fire and boil some water to free it from the ground... It was to cold to bring my camera today.
Thanks, it is 4 5/8 inches long
wow. Looks like a big sandy? where did you find that beauty? (not where geographically) I mean what was the situation? field? washout? bank? creek?
I found it in a field today, that was logged and cleared for farming this past summer, about 20 feet from Nolin river. I think it's a Gramscave... and found the Dalton in the same field.
I found a few more, still frozen in the ground today, but didn't want to risk damaging them so I'll have to wait till the ground thaws. I wont be able to sleep until then. They cleared and leveled about 20 acres along the Nolin river. For some reason they dozed up a huge pile of dirt about the size of my home. It's good top soil, thats been in the woods for as long as I been hunting there.
Congrats on the saves. I’m a little jealous incredible
My MIL gave all 5 of the granddaughters a shadow box filled with arrowheads found on their farm by their great-grandfather. Very cool gifts that they don't really appreciate now, but will cherish down the road.
This is still the best thread on this site thanks for sharing the wonderful things you guys find.