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    Waco Sinker

    Actually it's an effigy of a Big Mac. Of course it could be a real big mac 7 to 9000 years-old.
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    Very cool Kris congrats !
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    That's a good'ern! Great pics too!
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    Dang fine sinker!

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    I would flip out if I found one of those!
    Great find!
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    I have a couple somewhere that are grooved like that.

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    I can't seem to find much info available on these. Not known what they were used for? The whole thing is hand pecked (that's rare for around here) Looks like they are only found in Central TX. Only a couple different types, this one seems to be very rare. Anyone got a link to more info I would appreciate it Uni....
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    I have seen MANY come out of Texas and they do have that name..."Waco" sinker. But the artifact has a place in other areas as a sinker, too. This one was found along the Central West FL coast.Waco Sinker-chsinker2-jpg

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