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    Oops...

    I pressed the “upload file” button too many times.

    lol
    Southern Indiana/Louisville area, (“Divorced, single, and lovin it”)

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    Dig everything!

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    That's great! Here are two websites I look at. One shows surf height and wind directio with tide times. The other shows moon phase. New or Full have the highest high tides and lowest lows. (Except for the effect of wind)

    https://magicseaweed.com/Sebastian-I...rf-Report/352/

    https://www.moongiant.com/calendar/
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    Thanks bud.
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    Your a very BAD person!!! If you dont take me ALONG

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    Come join me anytime Doc. Steve, another Treasurenet member is gonna meet me at Wabasso Beach this morning (Saturday 16th) at around 10am. I’d love to meet some more local detectorists.
    Southern Indiana/Louisville area, (“Divorced, single, and lovin it”)

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    ARC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Callred1975 View Post
    Come join me anytime Doc. Steve, another Treasurenet member is gonna meet me at Wabasso Beach this morning (Saturday 16th) at around 10am. I’d love to meet some more local detectorists.
    I would love to stay and chat but I will be leaving Wabasso at 9:55 am... :P

    J/k...

    Good luck in your hunt.
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    Is this something you've done before ? Is it a yearly thing ? Being from the north I'd be interested in spending at least a couple of weeks down there next year........just need some runway to plan.

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    Some good info here on the 1715 fleet........Good luck
    https://joeccombs2nd.com/2014/08/03/...asures-part-4/

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    First time to the treasure coast with my metal detector.

    Thanks RTR.
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    If you’re able to hunt indiantlantic beach you’ll have a good chance of running into the infamous Terry Shannon at any given low tide. He’s a great hunter on the treasure coast and has the goods to prove it. Has a few videos on YouTube and is a wealth of knowledge on where the goodies turn up. I’ll be down in Vero April 6th for a week if you’d like to get out. Happy Hunting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Callred1975 View Post
    I’ve rented a fishing cottage on Sebastion River (where it forks north and south) for February, March, and April 2019. I’m taking my boat, fishing gear, and detector (CTX 3030). Plan on splitting my time between the 2 hobbies.
    I’m a rookie beach hunter and would appreciate any tips (I’ve been scouring the web for tips and ideas, but welcome any additional advice). I plan on hitting all the obvious spots (beaches) but I also want to see what I can find on the islands (not state park land) and along the Sebastian river. My cottage sits on almost 3 acres and the river runs right alongside it. It’s about a 1/2 mile from the Indian River Lagoon.
    Since I’ll be there for a while , I’m hoping to get to know some local diggers. If you’re a local and you’re interested in a new “Diggin’ Buddy”, let me know. I wouldn’t mind meeting a new fishing partner too. Gonna get me some monster Snook, Tarpon, Reds and Grouper.

    I can’t wait!

    I know this sounds bad, but I’m praying for a big storm while I’m there.
    ...Does that make me a bad person? lol
    We Floridians don't need a storm for sure. All that is needed, is the wind to blow from the right direction for a few days at 25 plus and it will strip the beaches of sand.
    Tropical storm sandy moved up the coast here and destroyed the beaches. Dune walls were 15 ft plus in some places - straight up. Old roots sticking out of dune wall. Massive pilings, planks, and stainless steel bolts were all over along with all kinds of other trash. 5/8" stainless steel bolts for pilings twisted like they were made from foil.
    The last step on ocean front properties that lead over the dune to the beach was out of my reach on the staircases that survived while standing on black sand and clay. In one day it filled back in enough to hide a lot of stuff. This was not at all beaches. Some don't erode as much as others.
    Sand is pumped on these beaches so much it's ridiculous .
    Some other finds have been made recently also related to local shipwrecks.

    Good luck.
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