That reminds me of the guy dredging for gold in the Santa Ana river. Try the newest way to fossil hunt: That's the regulations for fossil hunting in Florida but others are welcome to chime-in or correct me where I have erred. We don't want you to be disappointed. Presently, you do not need a Florida Fossil Permit to collect fossil shark teeth, invertebrate animals, or fossils of plants in Florida as they are specifically excluded from the Florida Fossil Permit Regulations.
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Peace River Fossil Hunting
Any time the river drops it is time to fossil hunt. Reading your comments obviously points out that he had no intention to follow the state guidelines of not using powered equipment. You are looking for black, hard shapes, with and without enamel. If we can't i. Fred Mazza is a hunter and guide who can get you to the fossils. Go to top of Page.
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Any time the river drops it is time to fossil hunt. I've seen people do both of these things but it makes my back spasm just watching them do that--I'd last 10 minutes their way. One of the main investigators that handles when they believe people are digging for artifacts or digging with tools illegally on public land told me that they're usually okay with digging tools that can be reasonably used with one hand. Use the links on the left to check the water levels etc. If you need two hands to operate it, they're not going to be okay with it.. Sign In Sign Up.
Description:Florida's Department of Environmental Protection does not allow any device powered by a motor or mechanical excavating devices without a permit. On rare occasions I've seen evidence of people digging sand out of the river banks to sift for fossils. I've also talked with the Florida Museum of Natural History folks that issue permits about it and they said the same thing. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook. Ask at the front desk. Fossil hunting on the Peace River? Canoe Outpost Peace River.