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Old 02-04-2006, 06:29 PM
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Default mDing tool kit for digging?

Hi all,

When you go MDing what do you bring along to help you recover your finds?
What special tips or strategies do you employ to make it easier, faster, etc?
I'd love to hear from as many as possible on this one.

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Old 02-04-2006, 06:46 PM
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Default mDing tool kit for digging?

Hi Keith, and welcome to the forum. This is more than a one part question. You will bring different tools for what ever condition you plan to hunt. Lets say you are going to surf/beach hunt. Well you will bring the basics such as a sand scoop, sifter, probably some waders if the water is cold. You get the idea. Hunting the woods is another story. You will need good sturdy digging tools to compensate for the root structure you may come across, ie,small spade, a saw or sturdy knife for cutting roots, in addition to your normal digging tools. If you go back over the posts on the old forum, you will find a ton of ideas that people have posted on this subject. Hope this has helped you out some.

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