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Surprisingly with no north wind since my last visit, still managed to find a fair amount of teeth on the south Rapp beach.  Sadly the bigger teeth were broken.  One piece of burrow with callianassid coprolites, hadn't seen any in a while.   Beautiful morning,  light breeze, no bugs.  Not a lot of debris on-shore at tide lines and shell-lines in the water with minimal.  Guess there are plenty of pieces there as every trip down or up the beach would find a tooth or two in the incoming tide.

 

 

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Nice trip! You are really getting nice collection of teeth I must say 

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Some very nice little teeth.:)

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@Al Tahan @Archie @Tidgy's Dad  Thanks all!  Really want to get back in the woods and hunt the smaller but more plentiful stuff in the freshwater creek before it gets too hot.  The beach is hit or miss and most of the storms this time of year are from the wrong direction for "my" beach, plus there's more competition with the warming water.  I need to scout more spots.

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