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4/20/08

Today I got up and headed out to Surry.  Low tide was at seven and hopefully the storm last night it had kicked a few teeth up.  The hunt started off great, as soon as I got there I found a 1.5'' Sand Tiger tooth.  It wound up being the best one of the day.  The snaggle tooth with the root damage came in a close second - it is solid black with well intact serrations.  I was picking up little teeth left and right but nothing with any size to it.  By noon the tide was back and it was starting to rain so I headed back home with my take. I will be hunting again on Wednesday in a different spot further upriver and hopefully the nice weather with bring some teeth out.  Thanks for checking in.

Location Surry County, Virginia, USA

ID2754
MemberDown by the banks
Date Added4/20/2008

  

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