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  1. #16

    Mar 2004
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    Re: Finds for 2004 (pics)

    Good Going Keith! That is a sweet haul keep it up. Cladius.

  2. #17
    us
    Random chance seems to have operated in our favor

    Oct 2004
    Oklahoma
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    Re: Finds for 2004 (pics)

    Man, it looks like I better spend more time water hunting!! Great finds!! Hope this year you'll have to post pics. in a wheelbarrow.

  3. #18
    Professional Dirtfisher!

    Nov 2004
    Ohio
    465

    Re: Finds for 2004 (pics)

    Hmmm, yes when '05 started, i said i would find more coins, and rings this year than i have ever!!! Great finds Keith!!!!! HH CS
    It is easier to ask FORGIVENESS than permission.

  4. #19

    Jan 2004
    146

    Re: Finds for 2004 (pics)

    Lowbatts, half of everything there is old finds at least 50-60 yrs old, the ring on the second row from the top all the way on the left side is 19th century french with a nice mine cut diamond. The one beach I hit has been gone over by everybody and most all my finds there were very deep and usually took at least 15-30 minutes just to get them out of the clay and rock mixture which is like digging in cement.
    My friend said he has hit Bigfoot in the past and that it was littered with iron but NOW I'm going to hit it for sure.One of my customers is up that way and I could hit during the morning hours before the crowds show up. Are you in this area?

  5. #20
    us
    Jul 2003
    Elgin
    Fishers 1235X-8" CZ-20/21-8" F-70-11"DD GC1023
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    Re: Finds for 2004 (pics)

    Yep, worked Bigfoot Beach a few times. Was sitting at water's edge which isn't hard to do there as you know. A little boy picked up a diamond ear stud in front of me and handed it to his granny. He was just picking through pebbles. I used to work up in Harvard with a gal from there and she had some great finds on her cleanups every Sunday night.

  6. #21
    us
    The Money Pit must be the Titanic of empty holes and empty wallets.

    Apr 2004
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    Re: Finds for 2004 (pics)

    excellent haul Keith! WTG!?
    Everybody has an opinion - this is mine. Humor will be part of that opinion. I've found things - some can only dream about. Some was pure luck, some was pure knowledge and skill. After 40 years at MD'ing (off and on), I know a few things about finding treasure lost in the ground. As a retired software engineer, I now have unlimited time on my hands. Life really doesn't matter unless you are true to yourself and in your dealings with other people.

  7. #22

    Dec 2004
    California
    54

    Re: Finds for 2004 (pics)

    Nice collection I'm jealous

  8. #23
    us
    Dec 2004
    east northport ny
    Whites Prizm 5 Garrett ace 350
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    Re: Finds for 2004 (pics)

    i have to agree with stoney and try out water hunting

 

 
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