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  1. #1

    Aug 2013
    Chesterfield va
    GARRET ACE 250
    1 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Looking For Some Fellow Hunters

    I live in the chesterfield va area looking for some people to go with.

  2. #2
    Sep 2012
    Petersburg, VA
    Bounty Hunter Tracker IV (yeah, I know, just starting out)
    3 times
    Metal Detecting
    I live in Petersburg, I'm game. Cell is 898-1637.

  3. #3
    Aug 2007
    Mechanicsville, VA
    AT PRO Sovereign GT WolfPack
    230 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Moved to Mechanicsville in June love to metal detect but, have NO knowledge of the area.
    Freedom has a flavor the protected will never know. Vietnam # 10 G.I Wolfpack

  4. #4

    Nov 2008
    Southeast Virginia
    The XP Deus
    473 times
    Relic Hunting
    Banner Finds (1)
    You guys all live in a very historical area. Your biggest challenge is convincing the landowners and property owners that you are responsible and dedicated to the preservation of historical artifacts. Be open and honest and be willing to show and sometimes share your finds with the landowners. Be willing to sign any liability forms so the landowner feels covered (though these will no hold up in Virginia Supreme Courts due to a 1890 ruling in Fairfax County) It still makes them feel better. I know that some of you are not familiar with the area, but as a lifelong Virginian (my family came of in 1650), I am telling you that any field in Petersburg, Mechanicsville, and Chesterfield will have Civil War relics in them. Maybe not a lot because of the amount of metal detecting that has taken place since the late 1960's, but the newer machines are getting better depths so anything is possible. Being from the same area as each of you and metal detecting for 15 years, most relic hunters are a secretive bunch and unwilling to network and meet new people outside of their small groups. Just the way things are. You can see from all the post asking to hook up or asking other relic hunters from the area to chime in and meet. It is almost a 99% failure rate. Knock on doors, network the community, and talk to people in church especially the older members. These are just a few examples that I have had success with. Just remember be open and honest! Good Luck!

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  5. #5
    Sultan of the Sand

    Nov 2006
    Minelab SE/Excal
    265 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Guys, I have hunted in several spots all around where you are discussing. I am sorry but they were spots friends took me too hence I cannot tell you where they are. Your in an area ripe with history, so it shouldn't be hard for you to discover people that aren't so territorial about protecting their supposedly secret spots. Try chatting to some of the local detector dealers, perhaps they might be able to put you in touch with others willing to help you all out with some areas. I'm not sure of any clubs up there as I am in Chesapeake, but I'm sure there might be one, that would be a good try.

    Search online for old maps, then try and transpose them to new maps and knock on doors. There is a vast amount of knowledge on this forum for your use.

    Best of luck guys.

  6. #6
    Jun 2014
    Chester, VA
    Garrett Ace 350
    2 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I am new to the area, so if anyone is willing/wanting to get together let me know.

  7. #7

    Apr 2017
    4 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    its about the same in abingdon va the land owners think cause u are asking to look around they think u are going to find a pot of gold in the yard an say no i was thinking of doing that my self ... BS or they act like how dare u come to the door there rich they dont let guys dig in there yard . BUT I ASK ANY ONE i get a lot of farm fields just bye stoping an asking if i can hunt the field an latter they say try up bye the house or ask them if they know some one that wouldent mind u hunting in there fields an get the number an name an thank them for there time
    Last edited by Va Dan; Apr 16, 2017 at 06:13 PM. Reason: ADD MORE
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  8. #8

    Feb 2017
    4 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernPride8900 View Post
    I live in the chesterfield va area looking for some people to go with.
    I also live in chesterfield and am looking for fellow hunters.

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  9. #9
    Feb 2015
    Whites Coin Master. Garrett AT Gold, Garrett Ace 350
    754 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Lets see if anyone's still watching this post. Looks like the Virginia post have been mighty slow lately. I'm in Bracey, VA, just across the NC/VA state line on I-85. Iv'e been down for almost a year with a broken back but am really looking forward to the coming warmer weather to get back on the hunt. I get a new knee in two weeks( I'm going to post it on "New Finds" titanium knee joint found in Bracey) so by the time April weather gets here, I'm ready. I'm an hour from Richmond and retired if anyone wants to get together and do some searching.

  10. #10
    Jun 2020
    Fisher F70
    3 times
    Relic Hunting
    Do you have any good permissions to go to? I am a member of a Club here in Martinsville. We are willing to travel.



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