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There must be something about Wednesdays

Like clockwork, it started pouring down rain right as I got off work. I called thA duDe and tipped him off, and then I left work. I got soaked on the way to my truck, I had to drive slower on the way home to avoid hydroplaning to my death, and I got soaked when I went home. I cooked some dinner (we ate shark, coincidentally!) and then asked my wife if she minded if I went out to the field, since there was such great rain, and she gave me the nod. Of course, I washed the dishes before I left :-) But anyway, I got there and the field was crawling with people. I was like the 6th guy out there (not counting this one woman who was screaming across the field for her man to get his a*% over there!) So I started working my way around the pond. Even being one of the last there, I still was picking up teeth right and left. Most were cruddy, but there were a few keepers. I found a couple of whale teeth, too. They aren't the greatest, but still worth picking up. Make sure you check out the closeup of the angys. They are AWESOME! thA duDe, who was already there, did really well, too. He ended up finding a 5 1/2" meg. It was all dirty when I saw it, but it looked like it was a nice one.
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA

Date Added7/31/2002


2 7/16" Pathologic Angustidens Shark Tooth
2 7/16" Pathologic Angustidens Shark Tooth
1/2" Hammerhead Shark Tooth
1/2" Hammerhead Shark Tooth
1/2" Copper Shark Tooth
1/2" Copper Shark Tooth
2 1/2" Angustidens Shark Tooth
2 1/2" Angustidens Shark Tooth





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