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ROCK AND GEM HUNTING / Any tips for hunting Rodeo Flats, AZ
« on: August 17, 2018, 11:02:28 AM »
 ???  Looking for any tips on road conditions and tips, hot spots for the Rodeo Flats area outside of Camp Verde in Arizona, heard there is some awesome agate out there. When the rattlesnakes are all asleep in their dens I will be ready to go hunting, I live in Cottonwood not to far from Camp Verde plan on taking the quad in the back of my pick up for the day. Any info would help Thanks! Linda

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FOSSIL AND METEORITE HUNTING / Horned Coral in Payson, AZ
« on: August 17, 2018, 10:51:24 AM »
Found some nice horned Coral on our camping, rockhound trip to the Payson AZ area off the control road.  Found lots of nodules, most are filled full of little crystals, the locals call them brains, we picked up dozens of them. They were scattered everywhere. The sizes range from pea size up to softball size and bigger. Colors ranged in white, grey, brown and black.  The surronding area of Pine and Payson is full of fossils.  Gem trails of Arizona and Rockhounding Arizona was my go to info, I didn't find much on the internet about the area but once we got there we had no problem finding treasures, and the cool pines were a plus to get a break from the heat of summer. Oh yeah having an ATV helped in carring us and the load of rocks.  Happy Hunting Linda

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ROCK AND GEM HUNTING / Info Burro Creek, AZ
« on: August 17, 2018, 10:08:35 AM »
Planning a 3 day trip to burro creek in Oct. or Nov.   Info Gem Trails of AZ book.  Any more information on this area, road, etc. and best time to visit the area.  I have stayed at the camp ground by the bridge and found apache tears many years ago.  Driving a 2 wheel drive truck with a loaded quad in the back, is the road suitable for this?  We just returned from camping outside of Payson, came back with some agate, nodules, and horned coral.  Had a blast!    Thanks Linda

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