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  1. #1
    us
    Nov 2003
    Florida
    Minelab Excaliber 1000
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Florida's West Coast Beaches

    I usually hunt the beaches on the east coast and have had some interesting finds. I've never hunted the west coast and my passion is relic hunting. Seminole War, Spanish etc. artifacts. Anybody have any suggestions? :roll:

  2. #2

    Jul 2003
    kentucky
    407
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    try this

    this site has many sites to search, not only diving but beach sites. creeks and rivers. boomer

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  3. #3
    us
    Nov 2003
    Florida
    Minelab Excaliber 1000
    32
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    West Coast

    Thanks for the site! I will definitley check it out.
    I do a lot of detecting, and I appreciate getting tips and info from other TH's.

  4. #4

    Aug 2004
    99

    Re: Florida's West Coast Beaches

    Boomer,

    I am always pleased when I see my own site listed for research.? Thank you (and others) for your vote of confidence.

    Matt Mattson
    http://www.treasuresites.com


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  5. #5

    Aug 2004
    99

    Re: Florida's West Coast Beaches

    Thanks Dell. I'm N. of Tampa 40 miles. I don't have any information on Lake Marion unless you're talking about the Lake Marion near Holopaw and in that case I do: there's a great catfish & fried anything joint on the NE side of the lake! That strip of Fla was known as the Florida Prairie and was little explored. To a large extent it still is unexplored. Gene Wiley and I made a film flying over it called (a trip to) "The Kingdom of Ais" on our way to Okeechobee. A couple of clips here: http://www.treasuresites.com/Z.htm

    Good luck with your adventures, I know of no French anything in that area.

    Matt
    http://www.treasuresites.com

  6. #6

    Aug 2004
    99

    Re: Florida's West Coast Beaches

    Dell:

    You never know what will turn up in that area.? Years ago the state hired me (subcontract) to look for aboriginal sites in that area and the bottom line was there's so many the whole area could be classed as a site.? The only tunnel I ever heard refered to was actually a hidden canal from the sugar mill site (you'll see it) behind the mill.? It's the chase that's always the fun part -- I'll get up there if I can.

    Good luck with it!

    Matt Mattson

    http://www.treasuresites.com

 

 

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