wow look at how beautiful this Black Megalodon is ! I found it the day after Kobe Bryant passed away and named it after him ! It takes dedication and persistence to find treasuresalot of the time. The amount of amazing fossils we are finding near Hilton Head are really mind blowing ! We even…
What an amazing way to ring in the new year ! The Hurley family‘s first fossil hunting trip ! The massive Meg’s were monster Sharks. The first showed up about 20 million years ago, (Carchadon megalodon) was what we think was the largest meat eating fish that ever lived ! Scientists can guess the sharks size by the size of the teeth and spine. These massive sharks were estimated to grow up to 45-60 feet long! and weigh up to 50 to 70 tons ! With 46 rows of teeth and a mouth up to seven feet wide they must have had one heck of a bite ! It is believed that the Megladons breeding ground was in our own South Carolina waters ! Hilton Head Island‘s local waterways offers some of the best sharks tooth hunting in the world!…
The cooling temperatures of fall are approaching and The fishing is really heating up. Giant schools of huge red fish are moving off shore for the winter season. It’s a great time to catch these beautiful creatures on light tackle or fly rod. Hilton Head Island and surrounding Waters has a maze of channels Shoals and structure the offer the perfect sanctuary for these schools of redfish. Give us a call, get out on the water , and have a great fall!
We know where to find these giant sharks teeth ! Magladons were thought to eat Whales, seals, sea lions walruses and other large marine mammals and fish were pat of the Meglodons diet. iIt is thought that the Megladon’s jaws so so powerful that they could crush a whales skull like we eat fruit !…
After big rains or tides is our favorite time to get out and explore our shell and fossil hunting areas! Hurricane Dorian was no joke, the rains and weather really did some damage. we have been having some amazing treasure hunts ! These teeth ,shells ,pottery shards and bottle are so cool ! come check it out!
Wow so many adventures to be had ! amazing fishing right now with the mellow tides ! and the last big rains have the sharks teeth hunting and shell collecting really producing some treasures!
The last week of summer before all the kids go back to school ! we had some great weather , perfect for surfing ,fishing and treasure hunting !
The Sharks teeth we find in our Hilton Head waters are fossilized and range from 10,000 to 20 million years old! we have some of the best shelling, fossil hunting and Sharks tooth hunting on the east coast ! come see if you can find a giant sharks tooth!
Check out these amazing Sharks teeth we found on yesterdays fossil hunt ! some giant mako, tiger, sand tiger and thresher shark teeth ! we also found some fossilized horse and alligator teeth. ! these sharks teeth hunting trips are turning out to be the most popular adventures this summer!
The sharks teeth hunting , shelling and Beach combing trips really bring back a lot of memories form my childhood here on Hilton Head Island . being a native and growing up only a few hundred yards form the beach . Iwa always in the sand dunes and tidal pools with my cocker spaniel “Scooter”. In the days before the beach renurishment we would find lots of shells and teeth . It was one of our favorite things to do as children of Hilton Head . Its great to see how much the families love the Native Son Adventures Day with A Native trips. the parents always come up tp me and sat you know “ it’s so cool to see them completely into treasure hunting and not thinking about video games or cell phones.