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    I dug this up with my toes!

    In ankle deep water!!! Susquehanna water!!! Woooo!!

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    Nice!!! Congrats!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger RJ View Post
    Nice!!! Congrats!!!
    Thanks! I was told by some “internet expert” that it’s just a pointy rock... I guess technically he was right lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaleoPrincess View Post
    Thanks! I was told by some “internet expert” that it’s just a pointy rock... I guess technically he was right lol
    It looks crudely made, but I think I see signs it was worked and the shape is right. To me it looks like the real deal. As a kid in central Maryland I found some points made of poor quality stone that had definitely been worked, but were very crudely done.

    Congratulations on a nice foot find (not an eyeball find). Stay safe and keep lookin.
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    Wow nice nice nice find congrats
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnt-hunter View Post
    It looks crudely made, but I think I see signs it was worked and the shape is right. To me it looks like the real deal. As a kid in central Maryland I found some points made of poor quality stone that had definitely been worked, but were very crudely done.

    Congratulations on a nice foot find (not an eyeball find). Stay safe and keep lookin.
    Thank you!!! I think that people do not take into consideration that what I find in Maryland, is not going to look like what you find in your state. I’ve been looking for arrowheads for a long time. My brother has an amazing collection and knowledge of them. So I’ll trust what he says over some jerk (the guy I was talking about) on the internet.

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    Your "expert" needs better glasses. It is a common material we Marylanders find in the Susquehanna basin. I have a small collection of local stuff, some of which I got back in the 70's. Not much, but I found it myself. The last point I found at Conowingo on a foot path last fall. Haven't been this year. I've been going north where the finds are more frequent.

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    I would have kept it too. Nice foot find!

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    That is a nice one.

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    That's a no-brainer. Nice toe work!
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    They say if you don't have anything good to add......

    Good luck to you next time out!

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    nice, congrats...

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    I'd keep it and add it to your collection. many years ago I was walking down in Cibolo Creek(at that time it was dry,) and near where they call White Top an are in the creek bed, found an arrowhead. Kept it for a long time, but don't know now where it could be.

 

 
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