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A trio of stealth missions

There's a new pond back on the Golf Course (thanx t$ for the info), and I've been out there three times in the evening, and one of those times, I even stayed after dark and hunted by flashlight. Yes, I thought it was that good. There were teeth all over the place, but most of them were beaten to death as you can see in the photos. There were a few nice ones, though, and those are the ones that kept me coming back. The pond is most likely finished now, but I'll check it a couple more times before I let it perform its primary function - sitting there.
Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA

ID357
Memberdw
Date Added3/3/2004

When I first saw this thing, I thought it was gonna be the baddest angustidens ever. I dug VERY carefully, only to be disappointed in the end by a missing root lobe. It does have the cusp from over there, though. What a heartbreaker!
  

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