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  1. #1
    us
    Jan 2005
    Texas Gulf Coast
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    My digging tool

    Nothing fancy..but it works great for me! I bought it at Ace Hardware...in the garden section. It's stainless steel and has the name Heritage Forge on the handle.
    HH



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    Marcia  the treasure_lady
    Happy Hunting!

  2. #2
    us
    Jan 2005
    Knee Deep In A Creek in Maryland
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    Re: My digging tool

    Neat tool. Is it for weeding? I've never seen one quite like that.
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  3. #3
    us
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    Oct 2004
    Oklahoma
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    Re: My digging tool

    Looks like a dandelion popper-but now a treasure popper! HH

  4. #4
    us
    Jan 2005
    Texas Gulf Coast
    Ace 250
    465
    3 times

    Re: My digging tool

    I'm not sure what it's intended use is.. but it sure is handy! I can dig with it, pick at hard soil with it, scape, rake, cut a plug with it...and it's very strong. It's the only tool I've needed so far!

    Marcia  the treasure_lady
    Happy Hunting!

  5. #5
    Copper

    Re: My digging tool

    Very nice tool and great idea. Thanks much!

    Years ago I was hunting a very old park that was filled with very large trees and many nasty roots. I made a round plug cutting digger that had sharp teeth. I got a signal that I knew was good and proceeded to retrieve it with my new digger. I caught the token with the edge of the digger and ruined this item that was historically significant to that small village. Before my hitting it, it was perfect.

    Thanks

  6. #6
    Jim Cal

    Re: My digging tool

    If you do move to the Hill Country you'll need more than that. I would suggest investing in a good quality digging tool with a handle that is easier on your palm. I've used weeders before and treated the blisters afterwards. But hey..if you like it that's all that matters. Good luck! Jim Cal

  7. #7

    Feb 2005
    Southeastern Pa.
    269

    Re: My digging tool

    While watching the Whites tutorial, the 'teacher' was using a really cool trowel which seemed rather flat with one edge serated for cutting thru earth I suppose. Any ideas where one of these can be obtained?

    preciate it.

    root

  8. #8

    Jan 2005
    K.Falls, Oregon
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    Re: My digging tool


    Roots,

    i believe that was the lesche digging too,,,its $39.95 according to whites. i believe they show it on their website, whiteselectronics.com. they also have a place where you can check for local dealers.

    Wolf
    Prizm III

  9. #9

    Jan 2005
    K.Falls, Oregon
    22
    2 times

    Re: My digging tool

    oop's thats tool not too
    Prizm III

  10. #10

    Feb 2005
    Southeastern Pa.
    269

    Re: My digging tool

    Thanx Wolfie.

    I'll look into it...

 

 

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