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    Dec 2003
    Western Schuylkill County Tower City
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    NORTH COAST HISTORICAL RECOVERY ASSOCIATION ( Painesville)

    possibly disbanded
    Last edited by jeff of pa; Jun 15, 2019 at 04:58 AM.

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    The Finder

    Jan 2018
    North East Ohio, Painesville
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    Is this the address the meeting is at !
    If you need something found please feel free to contact me here in private message or at Techtom44004@gmail.com . I am willing to travel to help you find what you lost NO FEE !

    https://theringfinders.com/directory/

    If it beeps get on your knees and go to town ! Good luck out there everyone !

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    Dec 2003
    Western Schuylkill County Tower City
    2 MINELAB EXPLORER SE PRO's .......3 Garrett Pro Pointers…… Sovereign XS-2 Pro ....... 2 Sovereign GT's
    69,486
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    2005 info, no idea what is accurate.


    the link takes me here
    http://www.angelfire.com/ultra/treasurehunting/
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    if your local enough

    maybe call the Painesville Baptist Church. and ask if they meet there yet.

    this link lists them as being from Madison

    http://outdoorclubadventures.com/clu...y-association/
    Last edited by jeff of pa; Feb 13, 2018 at 05:17 PM.

  4. #4

    Nov 2017
    Lorain County, Ohio
    AT Max, Makro pinpointer
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    Metal Detecting
    There was a club in Cleveland that I contacted but they wanted money to register just to be on their forums. Sorry, but that is NOT how to grow anything. I say let everyone join your forums, it builds interest and lets people know if they mesh with the group or not.
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    Coin Rescue Tech

    Jun 2014
    Northern O-H-I-O
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    Tnet is my detecting club, it's so much easier to log in and see what's happening in lieu of driving 50 miles to a building once a month to meet a few other MDers. I am not one for participating in seeded hunts.
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  6. #6

    Nov 2017
    Lorain County, Ohio
    AT Max, Makro pinpointer
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    Metal Detecting
    Quote Originally Posted by Loco-Digger View Post
    Tnet is my detecting club, it's so much easier to log in and see what's happening in lieu of driving 50 miles to a building once a month to meet a few other MDers. I am not one for participating in seeded hunts.
    I agree with you there. I am not the most social of people so I wouldn't like meeting anyways and that means I'd have to find time for meetings. Plus seems like I have met plenty of local people here to fulfill that need for a club anyways.
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    Dec 2014
    fairview park, ohio
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    hahahah we're hermit hunters! perfer to be left alone, work in small numbers, and wander around vacant lots.
    Fuzzy was here...or wuzzy?

    we're all here cause we're not all there!

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    Jun 2017
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    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzy535 View Post
    hahahah we're hermit hunters! perfer to be left alone, work in small numbers, and wander around vacant lots.
    So, if I should notice someone swinging a metal detector, I should not stop and say, "hello," just keep on going?

    Luke 2

    19
    But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart.




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    Jun 2014
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrightdigger View Post
    So, if I should notice someone swinging a metal detector, I should not stop and say, "hello," just keep on going?
    It's your call, sometimes I stop while other I continue to the site I plan on detecting. I have been walked up to numerous times. Most were pleasant meetings. The worst are noobs who come up and want to Bogart your time and keep you from hunting and would keep you occupied for an hour or more if you let them. The even worse are those who, instead of hunting an area away from your grid, they jump in and start hunting right in front of you maybe 10 feet ahead in your grid line.
    Last edited by Loco-Digger; Mar 11, 2018 at 09:38 AM.
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    Well, I might, just to be able to meet a fellow tnet-er, if Mr Wrightdigger is with me. I've been going up there for 16-17 years from Toledo to Cleveland and have never seen a dectectorist, but I was never paying attention for that before.

    Luke 2

    19
    But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart.




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    Oct 2018
    NE Ohio
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    Just started detecting at the end of July, and the only place I’ve ever seen other detectorists has been the beach at Headlands State Park. One fellow couldn’t be bothered with me, one did his best to keep walking away as I approached...I let him be and kept my distance. Did meet one nice fellow about my age and had a nice conversation. He even gave me a few tips on working that iron-riddled beach. ��

    Otherwise I just keep to myself. Been in enough clubs to know that they’re mostly closely held cliques that don’t readily share information. That’s fine with me, because I’m enjoying learning at my own pace and having the occasional "epiphany moment" when the instruction booklet and practical application actually meet.
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    Metal Detecting
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeVal View Post
    Just started detecting at the end of July, and the only place I’ve ever seen other detectorists has been the beach at Headlands State Park. One fellow couldn’t be bothered with me, one did his best to keep walking away as I approached...I let him be and kept my distance. Did meet one nice fellow about my age and had a nice conversation. He even gave me a few tips on working that iron-riddled beach. ��

    Otherwise I just keep to myself. Been in enough clubs to know that they’re mostly closely held cliques that don’t readily share information. That’s fine with me, because I’m enjoying learning at my own pace and having the occasional "epiphany moment" when the instruction booklet and practical application actually meet.
    What part of NE Ohio are you in? I am in Southern Lorain County.
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  13. #13
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    Oct 2018
    NE Ohio
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    I’m over in Mentor.
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    Jul 2013
    Ashtabula (NE Ohio)
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    Hey guys I'm in Ashtabula. Got my first White's in 1976, been hooked since. Got out this afternoon on my property and found a 1912 MEB lighter, a couple of lead ringed bullets and a nice flat button with shank still attached.
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    IT COULD BE A VALUABLE PRIZE "YOU NEVER KNOW"

    Nov 2006
    N.E. Ohio on lake Erie
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff of pa View Post
    North Coast Historical Recovery Association
    Mike Hoose,
    120 Charlotte Street
    Painesville, OH 44077

    mike_hoose@yahoo.com

    NORTH COAST HISTORICAL RECOVERY ASSOCIATION
    City: Painesville
    Location:
    Contact/Phone:
    Membership:
    Website: North Coast Historical Recovery Association.
    I think that NORTH COAST club has not been around for some time now..
    jeff of pa likes this.
    ".. Let no one know what , when , or where ..'

 

 

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