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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Thanks for checking out part 2 of my fire agate hunting adventures! Definitely found more beauties with the reds and oranges, and after closer inspection, found a few with some color play in them! Saddle Mountain, AZ really produces some beautiful agates and hopefully, in the future, I can return to rockhound for more fire agates! THANKS FOR WATCHING EVERYONE 🙂 S U P P O R T O U R C H A N N E L: • Subscribe*** • Turn on notifications 🔔 • Share these videos*** • Thumps up this video👍 • Comment (I love talking with you all) • Check out my social media accounts below and follow me on there as well 🙂 I N D E S T R U C T I B L E S H O E S: – use promo code TAYLM20 at checkout to get an extra 20% a pair of shoes. (REVIEW VIDEO – A M A Z O N S T O R E F R O N T: I N S T A G R A M: F A C E B O O K: S H I P P I N G A D D R E S S: Taylor (Agate Dad) Po Box 15281 Duluth, MN 55815 T O P 10 A D V E N T U R E S: Unpicked Beach – Gravel Pit Agate Hunt- Fire Agate Hunting – Polishing An Agate Nodule – Agates and Crystals – Crystal Pocket Found – Beach Agates – Crazy Banded Agate – Michigan Rocks Cuts My Rocks – Monster Agate Found – O T H E R A M A Z I […]


  • Agate Dad 4 months ago

    Again, thank you all so much for watching, this was an absolute treat to get out on this hunt! I hope to go back someday but it could be years, I do look forward to sharing my next hunt where I get back to Lake Superior 🙂 see you then!

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  • Iqbal Sibia 4 months ago

    Where about is this place ? Is there any wild animals or snakes there ?

  • Chris Colvin 4 months ago

    Hey! I'm in AZ right now and wondering if it's worth hunting the Black Hills Rockhound area down here. I've read it's available for anybody to collect at, but the area you're in is a bit far from where I'm at. Any thoughts? Thanks!

  • Mike G 4 months ago

    I am enjoying your videos. So what do you do with all these finds? Display? Box them up? Make things? Tumble? Would like to see where they all end up.

  • Random Thats Me 4 months ago

    stones look like cauliflower

  • emu2013 4 months ago

    When you're in an area like this, one with sooo many amazing stones, how do you decide which ones to keep and when you're done? In places with fewer specimens, it's hard not to search every inch in fear of missing something. But when you're in an area with this many options, what do you do? Do you grab everything that catches your eye and before you leave look through your stash? Do you toss some back out?

  • Trevor Phillips 4 months ago

    go put those back!! they are not yours

  • Lounis Rajah 4 months ago

    Agate is a generous stone that can be found in a multitude of shapes and colors. Me personally she is one of my favorite stones

  • Susan 'Tipsy' Healy 4 months ago

    I use several methods depending on what I need for a particular stone(s). but here are a couple of hints I found very useful.
    hint#1) buy yourself a oral water pick. you can set it to whatever level you need to clear out crevices. best done after soaking in water or vinegar to soften up the dirt a bit. warning, you will get wet lol
    hint #2) buy a cheap battery operated toothbrush, kind with the round head that rotates in circular motion. you can also use toothpaste with it and plenty of water. again, presoak your stones.

    these will not remove the calcites etc but to clean crevices and hard to reach areas of dirt you can’t beat it.

  • Rick Cruz 4 months ago

    Bring a metal detector back to the same area I'd bet you'll find something

  • Lake Superior Lycan 4 months ago

    How do you find these places?

  • Sunny's Adventures 4 months ago

    I hope to get out there myself

  • Jan White 4 months ago

    Have to laugh! Sounds like me the first 2 times I was there! It’s like a candy store….were you close to the road at this pick?

  • S. Lynn 4 months ago

    So nice

  • No Name Needed 4 months ago

    For proper cleaning you should consider acid bath. There are different acids you can use, depending on the strenght you need, the availability in your area, the safety issues (considering you have a young son), etc… There are several videos on YouTube about acid baths and how to proceed with them. Cool video 🙂

  • Dávid Butkovič 4 months ago

    In slovakia found only raw gems.

  • Dávid Butkovič 4 months ago

    Hi I find the day before yesterday in forest mooore quartz(this white),in pavement i found cluster ore of very red jasper and Stone with broken part,its inside colored its a agate???(red,orange,yellow glitter ore) 🙂

  • Ayda Mercado 4 months ago

    You break any of those brownish rocks with a surface with little holes? Maybe in the interior were agates.

  • Cazador intelectual 4 months ago

    I can't believe how many agates u found!!! I wanna go there. Did u say Saddle Mountain Arizona????

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