RECENT FINDS   --   Updated October 13th

Arrowheads in the News  -- Updated October 13th

 



 

So, you wanna find some arrowheads.....

A Hopewell Platform Pipe, Monitor style, that I carved from Minnesota Catlinite, sacred pipestone of Native Americans.

Amazing Kings Corner Notch found July 1st by my buddy ​Ian. This point comes from a sandy site near the rim of a spring.

Arrowhead Hunting Find indian Camps

Your best bet for doing that is surface hunting private property with permission from the landowner. 


Remember to be friendly, talk to people, and always ask permission!!! See my page Arrowheads and the Law

Get out and enjoy your free time the way it was meant to be experienced -- in nature! Arrowhead hunting is a great hobby, with activities that include hiking, camping, kayaking, and snorkeling. You don't need a bunch of fancy gear, just your eyes and some determination to get the job done.

 

The Ultimate Guide to Indian Artifact Hunting

​An expert is a man who's made all the mistakes that can be made in a very narrow field.  

                    - Neils Bohr

BEGINS HERE!

ABOVE:   Rice Lobed point made from Reed's Spring Chert.

BELOW: What a day!!! 7 smokers, a new record!!!! WHOA!

YOUR ADVENTURE

Ancient man lived on the very same hills you do. He drank from springs, the water of which now flows from your tap. The rivers he hunted are the same ones that run now, not far from your house. The heat from the sun that warmed ancient man is the same heat that warms you now.
                                                       - Willy B.



The goal of this website is to encourage every arrowhead hunter to hunt legally, ethically, and with great respect for ancient cultures.