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  1. #1
    us
    Sep 2007
    N. San Diego County
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    SoCal hunting friends

    Hello all, I'm back in California again after a 14 year absence. I lived here off and on from the 70's and 80's and nintys. I retired from the Marines and do base hunts when I can. I moved back to Ohio thinking things would be better but had enough of the endless cold winters. I'm glad to be back home....again. If you may be interested sometimes in the future shoot me a pm. I am retired with ID card and my car is registered on base. I know where there is endless places to hunt. And no, you won't get into trouble. Ron.

  2. #2
    stefen

    Re: SoCal hunting friends

    Welcome home to California from a former Buckeye...

    Unfortunately I'm located about 70 or so mile north of your location part of the year and 800 miles the other half.

    Hope you're getting settled in...Oceanside is a fantastic area for bananas-belt weather

  3. #3
    us
    Feb 2012
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: SoCal hunting friends

    Quote Originally Posted by Crazyjarhead
    Hello all, I'm back in California again after a 14 year absence. I lived here off and on from the 70's and 80's and nintys. I retired from the Marines and do base hunts when I can. I moved back to Ohio thinking things would be better but had enough of the endless cold winters. I'm glad to be back home....again. If you may be interested sometimes in the future shoot me a pm. I am retired with ID card and my car is registered on base. I know where there is endless places to hunt. And no, you won't get into trouble. Ron.
    I'm looking for some place to metal detect around Los Angeles...I'm new to detecting...any suggestions?
    Thanks
    Jamie

  4. #4
    stefen

    Re: SoCal hunting friends

    Try the beaches...Santa Monica would be a good start...then Long Beach...

    The sand areas next to the parking lots are good spots...people drag their stuff to these edges when loading their cars...a lot of stuff is lost here...wallets, change, watches....and the proverbial car key

  5. #5
    us
    Mar 2012
    Southwest Washington
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Hi,
    I'm also served in the Marines and moved back to California recently. I live in North San Diego County and metal detect around Oceanside and sometimes the desert. So I'd be interested in metal detecting if the offer still stands.


    Daniel

 

 

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