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  1. #31
    Mar 2016
    Inverness FL.
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    We survived. I'd be hunting down Clearwater way but don't know if they have power or gas available ?

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  2. #32
    Surrender the Booty

    Apr 2011
    Royal Palm Beach, Fl
    Minelab CTX-3030, Minelab Exalibur II, Garrett AT Pro
    388 times
    Beach and Shallow Water Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by wildcarrot View Post
    Hope all you guys are good over there......

    Last post on this thread, from a local, was teklord on Thursday.

    There is at least 10 of you from the area that posted.....

    What's going on? We need some follow up.

    Safe. I have been on the beaches from the moment the storm passed. There are several beaches that have been nicely eroded by by Irma, and some that have been sanded. I took a quick look at the Jupiter inlet on my way out to the Treasure Beaches, and honestly the inlet looked like it was sanded.....almost like a sandbar was closing it off! Perhaps it was an illusion, but I looked at it on my way up US1.

    All I will say is that I am quite happy, and will continue to go out. I did not see many on the beaches I was hunting, just 2 others. Its not easy to get on or to all the beaches, but I have friends in low places that helped me along.

    There are areas of exposed rock I have not seen before on some beaches. I have had very good success with this. If you go, I highly recommend brining chisels, crevice tools and a crack hammer. There were cuts, nothing as good as I was expecting, but decent. It also seemed like every damn turtle nest was destroyed as the beaches are full of turtle eggs. Also I have encountered a fair bit of black sand in the wet. Today was a beautiful day in general, very nice weather, sun shining........very typical of the "day after" with hurricanes. Stay safe!
    cheech and wildcarrot like this.
    Hardest working man on the beach

  3. #33
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    Nov 2007
    Warner Robins, GA
    Whites Surf PI, Whites V3i, Minelab Equinox 800, Minelab Gold Monster 1000
    31 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I'm headed to Myrtle Beach this Friday-Sunday with my Surf PI!!
    Never play Leapfrog with a Unicorn!


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