Spring has sprung! March 31st- Birds are chirping and bugs are already flying. Lots of rain has water levels up high, but that means lots of erosion on fields that are already getting plowed.. My advice is to find some open dirt and hunt it after the rain!  Willy B.


Above: Pitkin Chert Dalton Classic point found in Polk County Missouri in May 2017.

Slideshows below from previous updates!

Above: Killer Dickson found by the author November 2018.

Graham Cave point dates back 8,000 years before present, also a salvage dig find from Springfield, Mo.

Couple of brokes found with the Dalton. The white one is a Smith point that was probably 4-5 inches long before broken!

ABOVE and BELOW: A great arrow point I found in 2018.

Above: Dalton found in a creek near Springfield, Missouri by my buddy ian. Congrats on a super find! Below: Calf Creek from the same hunt.

Below: It's a Snyders point, carefully flaked into a scraper, and undoubtedly meant to be mounted on a short handle. Material is high quality Burlington Chert.

ABOVE: Full groove Limestone ax found in late December near Springfield, Missouri. AWESOME!!!

Above: Calf Creek arrowhead that shows an impact fracture from use as a spear point!!!


Recent Finds 

Hunting Updates

ABOVE: This is a piece of red pipestone from Minnesota found near the Missouri/Arkansas border after recent floods.  This cylinder is a drill core produced while drilling pipe stems. A hollow river cane is rotated in quartz sand and water slurry to drill the hole. A cylindrical column is produced from drilling, and then snapped off when complete, leaving the draw hole in place. This piece of red pipestone is proof that raw material was traded over long distances, and that pipes were then carved by local artists. AWESOME FIND!!!!