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Let the"rains" begin !

As far as rain goes...yesterday was the most we have had here in a while with the exception of today of course. Well I was undecided about going yesterday, but the final decision was to do a quick walk between showers at one of my trusty spots. The ditches were flowing and the layer was exposed and do I mean exposed. I spotted a 2-1/4 inch blue Angy with yellow under the bourlette sticking out of the side of rain soaked layer within 15 minutes of arrival. I didn't have my good camera because I didn't want it wet so I snapped a quick picture with my camera phone(never leave home without it). Exposed it was ! Anyway I also found 4 other decent angys, a croc tooth, a tuna tail vertebrae, and numerous other teeth. All in all a good day ! The rains continued today so who knows what else may be uncovered in the near future...
Location Charleston County, South Carolina, USA

Date Added3/1/2009

2-1/4 inch Angustiden almost totally exposed coming out of the layer
2-1/4 inch Angustiden
The rest of my finds...

Best day so far this year
Best day so far this year
Killer Spear Head
Killer Spear Head
Midnight run to nowhere
Midnight run to nowhere

nice finds - 3/2/2009
Reviewer : sharkdentist from
Total Rating : 10
Greg nice finds I was thinking about all that rain at work this past weekend and wishing I was hunting teeth instead of catching bad guys. Content Quality : 10 of 10

Drool Quotient : 10 of 10

Picture Quality : 10 of 10
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