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Etiquette on returning to a guide location

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Kurt Komoda

What is the etiquette on returning to spot shown to me by a fossil hunting guide? Last year a guide took me and some others to a nice creek in South Carolina. It's really the only spot I know of. Is it okay to return to it on my own, or is that frowned upon? 

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Mediospirifer

Seconding Tim. You won't go wrong if you ask first.

 

Good luck!

 

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Kurt Komoda

Okay, good idea!

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facehugger

One question. Is this creek public or private land? 

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Kurt Komoda

I'm pretty sure it was public- but not 100% sure. I saw other people walking through the woods with sifting equipment as we were walking in, so it's a known spot.

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Brett Breakin' Rocks
5 hours ago, Kurt Komoda said:

others to a nice creek in South Carolina.

Is the creek only 200 feet long ? .. sounds like you need to strap on your hiking boots for some walk-about no ?  :zzzzscratchchin:

 

Cheers,

Brett

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Uncle Siphuncle

When in doubt, take what you've learned and scout for new spots.

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jpc

I agree with Tim.  Always ask someone who showed you a site.  

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