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  1. #1
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    Decent river hunt

    I decided to go out yesterday I took the boat out for the first time in a few months it was cold but itís first time the river hasnít been frozen over so I wanted to get out before it re freezes this week.
    I found more quartz pieces than usual for the places I went. This was first one I found I think itís a Kirk too bad about the tip damage :
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    It was laying rite on top and about a foot to the right was a small black triangle point you can see it in the first pic ... just tip was showing I pulled it out of Sand left it on top for the pic
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    I had better luck at the next stop
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    This one cleaned up real nice
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    This was a heart breaker would have been a killer .... really would love to know what kind of base it would have had
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    Also found this little jasper scraper
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    Hereís a few pics of them cleaned up
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    Thanks for looking .... I canít wait for spring !!
    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

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    the boss

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    Nice bunch!

    Looks like a productive day!!
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    Very nice. I'd have been happy with those finds.
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    "Welcome back my friends, to the show that never ends."

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    us
    Jan 2010
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    Great hunt and pics.You have tough conditions to hunt in, some of those places would test your eyes. That Kirk or ? is a very nice quartz point.good job...
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    Jan 2014
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    Good job, and good eyes to find some of those ! The nice quartz point looked easy to spot, but the rest not at all. I am still waiting on the day I can find two points visible at once like you just did. Not easy to find early archaic notched points in quartz. I wouldn't argue with it being a Kirk, and the base also reminds me of the Decatur style. The heartbreaker with base missing looks to be rhyolite and possibly a broadspear type, maybe Susquehanna related?
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    mudman

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    I love those quartz points, some nice finds there
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    Very Nice!
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    Nice finds! Did you by chance stop by the Royal Farms on 404 in Queen Annes yesterday morning? I saw a guy that was towing a boat there and I thought I bet that guys going point hunting. I was on my way to Calvert Cliffs to fossil hunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redbeardrelics View Post
    Good job, and good eyes to find some of those ! The nice quartz point looked easy to spot, but the rest not at all. I am still waiting on the day I can find two points visible at once like you just did. Not easy to find early archaic notched points in quartz. I wouldn't argue with it being a Kirk, and the base also reminds me of the Decatur style. The heartbreaker with base missing looks to be rhyolite and possibly a broadspear type, maybe Susquehanna related?
    I agree the broke looks to be ryholite I find a lot of nicely crafted ones missing the bases. I wasnít a 100% of the Quartz being a Kirk but it seems to be more Kirk than anything else I was lucky it was laying rite on top looks like it just came out of the bank or sand recently it didnít have any algae or river stain on it. This time of year is nice the waters clear and algae is gone
    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnakemanBill View Post
    Nice finds! Did you by chance stop by the Royal Farms on 404 in Queen Annes yesterday morning? I saw a guy that was towing a boat there and I thought I bet that guys going point hunting. I was on my way to Calvert Cliffs to fossil hunt.
    Nope wasnít me I live close to there but I left from the house I live on the Chester river I wish I had launched from a boat ramp tho .... the wind kept the tide out so the last 1/4 mile or so I had to walk the boat back to the house
    I would rather see an authentic broken scraper posted than a G-10 Artifake!

 

 

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