These three composite fishhooks were found in the Steinhatchee River in Taylor County, Florida. Sixteen examples of this type are known. A carbon date from one specimen returned a date of 3,040 + 30 years before present, placing it at the end of the Archaic period and the beginning of the Woodland period. The shanks of these three hooks are made from deer antler and the barbs are made of raccoon baculum bones. Of the sixteen reported examples (2009, Tatum) the shortest is 3 1/4 inches (8.2 cm) long and the longest is 4 7/8 inches (10.9) long.