everyday carry but for digging

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This is my newest tool for digging. It is actually a rockpick hammer. Great for hard pan. It is steel and will scratch so be careful digging with one.
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Thanks for all the tips yall, a lot of great advice here. My next trip out will go smoother now that's for sure :p
 

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This is my basic dig kit I take for dump digging. Basic non descript bookbag so as not to draw attention, short shovel for opening up holes and moving quantities of fluff, a hand plow/homi tool for the business work, a collapsible canvas bucket for removing fluff, couple pairs of gloves, assorted bags and rags for wrapping the keepers, and a small stiff brush for cleaning both the finds and your pants. The privey dig kit is much larger.
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This is my basic dig kit I take for dump digging. Basic non descript bookbag so as not to draw attention, short shovel for opening up holes and moving quantities of fluff, a hand plow/homi tool for the business work, a collapsible canvas bucket for removing fluff, couple pairs of gloves, assorted bags and rags for wrapping the keepers, and a small stiff brush for cleaning both the finds and your pants. The privey dig kit is much larger.View attachment 227973View attachment 227974,
That canvas pail is nice.
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