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Beautiful day, lots of spring peeper frogs everywhere.  Creek looked like it had been extensively worked while I have been away.  Broken shells and torn down banks showed the local kids(?) have been busy.  Everything greening up, yet not a lot of mosquitoes, water levels dropping.  Hunting was mediocre, found four ecphorae in other people's tailings, none perfect (one encrusted with barnicles, not shown).  Lots of small teeth (but no cow shark or angel shark teeth), some skate pieces, a few broken drum teeth, a nice fin Tilly bone.   With Spring turkey season coming up soon, I'll be staying away from the creek for a while, trying the beaches instead.

 

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Tidgy's Dad

Some very nice little teeth, though.:)

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thebluecatapilla

Those are some very nice dark teeth. The little coral piece is cool too!

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Fossildude19

Some productive hunting is better than none! :)

Good luck on the beaches!

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Nice haul! It appears this site produces a fair amount of Ecphoras.

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On 4/13/2019 at 8:13 PM, Darktooth said:

Nice haul! It appears this site produces a fair amount of Ecphoras.

In general there are lots of ecphora pieces at several spots on the creek.  The kids either wantonly or inadvertently smash most.  Ecphora are almost as fragile as cowshark teeth, so very few make it home 'perfect'. 

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