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    Heading to Florida on vacation has MD laws changed in last 5 years?

    I'm heading to Florida Daytona area on vacation next week and I havent been in about 5 years. Can anyone tell me if the Florida laws have changed regarding metal detecting? Thanks in advance. Just planned on beach hunting with my m6.
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    I searched Google and fund VISIT FLORIDAŽ is the Official Florida Tourism: Metal Detecting on Florida's Beaches: Your Treasure Awaits - don't forget to share your finds with us!
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    No changes on detecting laws for beaches. Conditions are poor due to the resanding of beaches south of Daytona that brought a lot of soft sand to Daytona. Parking on beach now costs $20.00 a day though.
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