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  1. Inbound Vs Outbound Tide?

    Normally I hunt during the outbound tide. Today I decided i would try the inbound - because i wasn't going to pull out the flashlight for a 2 AM hunt. I found two nice shell spoils at 25 Ave South. They were about 50 feet apart with a sand bar 100 feet in front of them. I was pleasantly surprised with the outcome: Do you have a preference?
  2. Venice Beach Finds

    Here is all the noteable things I've found. I'm relatively new to fossil hunting so this is about 50% of my entire collection.
  3. Jax Beach: Catch Of The Day

    High surf on the gulf has kept me away from my appointed rounds this weekend -- no dive trip. So, I guess local hunting is in order. If anyone makes it out to JAX Beach this weekend I'll be there with scoop in hand Here is my Catch of the Day (1st Nov 2013): Time: 13:22 Loc: 19th Ave South -- shell spoil Tide: inbound
  4. Still a newbie here, but not really new to the task at hand. My dive buddy and I hit the surf Sunday and Monday to see what we could find. Visibility was iffy, in some areas just 1 foot, but the seas were calm. We did a beach entry at Venice beach (north side) and surface swam out to 200 meter offshore. We completed 1 dive each day and here is our catch. The first image is the Sand Tiger's we found: I will post more images as we finish sorting them.
  5. Another Shark Tooth Id?

    i have a few more small shark teeth id like to have identified. the middle three were found on topsail beach nc. and the last one at onslow quarry. again these are somewhat worn.. but if anyone can help, id appreciate it!
  6. Shark Teeth Id?

    the first and last picture those teeth were found on topsail beach north carolina near the shore. and the three in the middle were found in the onslow quarry in north carolina.. you cant really see, but the second picture the tooth has decent serrations.. im not 100% sure what shark these teeth are from.. i know they all are pretty worn and some missing some root on them.. but i would like if anyone could help me id them! thanks
  7. Hello, This is a two part question. First, does Shark River Park still produce nice fossils, like mosasaur teeth or great white teeth? Has anyone been having any luck there still?
  8. Found all these in the same place. The first tooth is the biggest tooth i have ever found. i was really excited til another guy fossil hunting found a meg 10 mins later and thats what I was there for. Great day though.
  9. Tooth Ids - Lee Creek Micros

    Hello Everyone, I was hoping someone could help me identify two teeth I found in some Lee Creek reject material I brought home from the Aurora Fossil Festival this year. Both teeth are approximately 1cm in length and have rather large roots for their small size. Here is the first tooth: At first I thought maybe a whale shark or possibly a basking shark, but really have no clue. I'm hoping one of the experts could give me a positive ID. Sorry if there is not enough detail in the pictures above to make a positive ID, these little micros are hard to shoot. Here is the second tooth, which I really have no clue what it could be. Thanks in advance for any assistance with the IDs.
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    From the album Joy's Fossil Collection

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    From the album Joy's Fossil Collection

  12. Shark teeth

    From the album Joy's Fossil Collection

    All my shark teeth have been found on the beach and at the mouth of the St. John's river.
  13. More Teeth

    The smallest shark teeth What kind of shark tooth is this? Cool tiger shark tooth
  14. My Finds From This Summer

    Finds from walking on beach These are from another day at the beach right after a big storm
  15. Real Or Fake?

    Hi! Can someone tell me if these shark teeth necklaces that I have are real or fake? Only the big one is cool to the touch. If they are real, what kind of shark are they from?
  16. Please Help Angustiden Or Meg Tooth?

    Please help me identify if this is a Megalodon tooth or an Angustiden? The condition is alittle rough so its hard to tell please help me out!
  17. I just recently joined the forum and wanted to show off some of our finds from the Potomac River. This is the best from a half a dozen or more trips. I'm interested to know if the large croc tooth is anything special, or anything else that seems especially nice. Thanks
  18. Virginia Beach Shark Teeth Sites?

    Hey guys I will leave for washington dc soon but I will also be driving down from there to virginia beach. Are there any sites to look for teeth on the way or near virginia beach? Anythings is appreciated
  19. Help Need Id Shark Teeth

    Please help my ID these teeth I'm new to fossil hunting and shark teeth
  20. Hill County Finds Near Hwy67

    Would like to know if anyone could tell me what THIS might be. Found in Hill County near Covington Texas
  21. Here are some teeth I found recently. These were all found in Eagleford areas in Dallas, TX Based on pictures I have seen online, the first one of these I believe to be a Ptychodus tooth. The others, I have no idea ... Here are some close ups of the others: Then the same creek bed we found the Pthychodus tooth, my wife found this Cow/Horse/? tooth: And a couple of weeks ago while finding the shark teeth in the last two images I found this "bonus", and thought it was really cool to find something like this in the middle of the city! (creek bed, Dallas, TX) Cheers, Sergej
  22. Creek Hunting In Central Florida

    Hey guys, haven't posted in the forum in about 2 years... been busy! Unfortunately I haven't been busy with fossil hunting, so I'm looking to do a day trip this weekend. I was wondering if anyone on here would be kind enough to give me some pointers/places to search in Central Florida. I hunted Hogstown Creek in Gainesville once over a year ago and didn't have too much luck. I know to look for gravel beds/hard bottoms in the creeks and what to look for fossil-wise, just have no idea where to hunt. Any help or tips are greatly appreciated!
  23. Gville Creek Finds 6-07-2013

    I found these fossils over the weekend. I live on Three Lakes creek in Gainesville, FL. This was my first attempt screening, I split all the finds w/ a friend, so this would be less than half of what was found that day in about 2 hours.
  24. I got certified to dive last year so I can find more fossils. A friend of mine owns a 1200 acre pine tree plantation in Camden county, Georgia with a 26 acre man made lake on the property. As some of you may know the St. Mary's river is in the area, and is known to produce very high quality megs and other shark teeth and fossils. So putting two and two together I figure if the lake is deep enough it might be hitting the "fossil layer", which is at least around 15 ft below the surface, and as much as 80 ft, depending on where you are. I got lucky! in 20 ft of water, low and behold, the classic signs of a Miocene fossil bed. Lots of black fish and whale bones mixed in with the grey/silver clay of southeast Georgia. As soon as I got close enough to take a good look I saw a sand tiger shark tooth just sitting on the surface. I searched the area pretty thoroughly and only found a few fossil shells. at the very end of my 2nd tank I found another fossil bed in 15 ft of water in a different part of the lake, this one looked even more promising, but I was at the point where I had to come up and I couldn't look at all. Luckily I decided to rent a third tank earlier that day, and with that spent 68 mins on the fossil bed. I found some whale bones and 13 shark teeth, Hemis, makos, a few sand tigers, and some smaller species of shark that I cant 100% identify but are most likely black tip, dusky, bull, lemon or something similar, one was a 3.4 inch Meg! I have found better teeth washed up out of rivers on the surface, but only one complete meg, and it is only 3.2 inches. My first meg found while diving is beat up and the tip is missing, but i'm proud of it. Really didn't expect to find any fossils, I was more just trying to get some dives in for practice as I don't have many under my belt. Well now I have a copy of the key to the property, with permission to go any time, and the rest of the summer to work on my dive skills and search the private lake for fossils. And did I mention it was my birthday Friday? Couldnt have asked for a better bday present.
  25. Good Way To End The Weekend!

    So yesterday i posted on my trek into the grayson. Today i made a trip to west dallas to a new creek site i found on my maps that should be eagle ford and im thinking it contained the basal atco fish conglomerate , but im not sure and am still learning. Everyones knowledge would be appreciated. So this will be a multi post/pic topic so bear with me. First everyones favorite.... Site pics....
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