I grew up in the Atlanta, GA area. I found my first arrowhead at my grandfather's farm in northeast Georgia. This sparked an interest in arrowheads. My cousin in Dublin, GA would invite me down to hunt arrowheads with him in plowed fields in that area. I also managed to find a few at construction sites around Atlanta in the 1990's. We moved overseas in 1998. I do try to find time for an arrowhead hunt whenever I visit the USA. My personal-finds arrowhead collection is small (about 100 arrowheads), but more valuable to me than any point I've ever purchased. Buying them simply does not compare to finding them. I now live in England and I really miss hunting arrowheads.
Well, there it is. That arrowhead pictured there started the whole thing. I found it at my Grandfather's farm in northeast Georgia back in the 1970's. The water dripping off the tin roof of the farmhouse washed it up. I was picking up stones and throwing them when I found it.