Probably my last hunt of the year… snow has fallen and it will probably stick around.. got out for a bit yesterday, and walked up to this point, likely a woodland era Koster/ apple blossom or cedar valley…. 2 3/4” in length….✌️
I was able to get out for a few hours yesterday… scored me a couple .. the one on the left (with the quarter) is a field find, the other was found along the creek bank.
I’m not certain on the types right now… not many more hunts for me this year, old man winters knocking on the door.
I spent a couple of hours at the creek yesterday.. was able to bring one home… with the crooked, offset base it leads me to call it a early woodland Kramer point.. I also believe it to be heat treated Burlington.. leaves are dropping, winters soon coming.. my season will be over soon.. hopefully...
I posted this before, but I am having a hard time typing… I’m not finding anything close to a match for my area.. it is just over 2 1/4” in length, with a rather flat cross section… likely used as a knife… a recent s.e. Minnesota surface find…
I found this point a few months back, here in s.e.Minnesota. Many suggested it looked” creek stained… though it was found on high ground… after a little research.. I believe it to be made of cedar valley Jasper, native to s.e. Minnesota and into Wisconsin… I still haven’t put a certain type on...
The weather?s cooling and the corn is drying
Made it to the cornfield for a few hours today
Found this guy laying right on the surface
Unsure of its type right now 2 7/8? in length
S.e. Minnesota surface find