Today's Hunt 7-3-21 plus insitu's & clean up pics

antmike915

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Either a scraper or preform; has a slight curve.
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Looks like you had yourself a pretty great day...I worked around the farm today, hopefully do a little more poking around tomorrow. Great finds Mike
 
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Looks like you had yourself a pretty great day...I worked around the farm today, hopefully do a little more poking around tomorrow. Great finds Mike

Thanks for checking them out quinn, best of luck if you go tomorrow. It'll be awhile before I can get out again, probably September or after.
 

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Super hunt, nice points, I’d say you had a good hunt, I hope you’ll get a ton of rain from this storm Wednesday
 
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Really nice stuff you found....looks like Florida or Georgia pieces. I like the heavy patina and deterioration of the first one in the second set of photos.
 
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Super hunt.hopefully nice points, I’d say you had a good hunt, I hope you’ll get a ton of rain from this storm Wednesday

Thanks Hal, this will probably be my last one for awhile (unfortunately).
 
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Really nice stuff you found....looks like Florida or Georgia pieces. I like the heavy patina and deterioration of the first one in the second set of photos.

Thanks for checking them out Tundra, SW Georgia.
 

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....you have picked up a bunch of stuff lately.... Your going to fill up another frame fast....
 
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....you have picked up a bunch of stuff lately.... Your going to fill up another frame fast....

This field is rarely plowed (maybe one a year; at this time usually) but when it is it always produces.
 

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I like number 3. Maybe kirk corner notch...
 

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I'd say you have a Kirk Corner Notched Mike. I think the Lost Lake's notches are typically narrower and are at more of an upward angle compared to KCNs. Both are early archaic (9500-8500 YBP).
 
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I'd say you have a Kirk Corner Notched Mike. I think the Lost Lake's notches are typically narrower and are at more of an upward angle compared to KCNs. Both are early archaic (9500-8500 YBP).

Thanks T :icon_thumleft:
 

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