In 1995 there was an exceptional find during the digging work on the underwater sector of La Draga, in the lake itself. Archaeologists recovered a wooden tool for the first time. It was a small sickle made of elder just over 20 centimetres long, which still retained a lamina of flint and adhesive, an unprecedented discovery in the Iberian peninsula. The manufacturers of the piece had carefully selected the raw materials, choosing the confluence of two branches so that the sickle would have a right angle to help gather the cereal stems. The handle consists of a small cylindrical knob, cut specifically to make it easier to grip.