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    us
    Sep 2014
    Mercer County
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    Research tools that work

    Huntstand is a great app for finding who owns property and property lines, pretty simple to use.

    Penn Pilot Photo Centers is a great site for anyone in Pennsylvania. Old aerial photos from the 30s to the late 60s with pretty good detail. I've found many new places to detect using these photos.

    feel free to ad any new ones that you can think of.
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    Tommy

    Dec 2015
    Ann Arbor
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    Good info thanks
    Still Available ​Approved TreasureNet Stickers
    .:: $3.00 for 11" X 3" Bumper Sticker ::.
    .:: $2.25 for 1" x 4" Detector Sticker ::.
    (Free Shipping)


    SEE: TreasureNet Bumper Stickers

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    Thanks for this good information

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    us
    Mar 2019
    Western Pennsylvania
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    Metal Detecting
    I love penn pilot. I also use historicaerials.com. You can pay for a membership but for what I want it’s not needed. You can split the map and have one side set to today’s date and the other side set to as far back as 1942 it has a nice slide feature that lets you move from one map to the other to look at the same spot in both eras. Also let’s you mark map for exact gps coordinates. I have found old homesteads in the woods and walked right to them.

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    Oct 2006
    Herndon Virginia
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    I like http://historicalmaps.arcgis.com/usgs/

    Topo maps going back to the 1890's for some areas. Maps from the early 20th C show locations of houses and some outbuildings.
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    us
    Oct 2006
    Herndon Virginia
    Minelab Equinox 600, EX II, & Musketeer, White's Classic
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    If you live by or have permissions near a navigable waterway, this may help you out:

    https://historicalcharts.noaa.gov/
    Yossarian: Ok, let me see if I've got this straight. In order to be grounded, I've got to be crazy. And I must be
    crazy to keep flying. But if I ask to be grounded, that means I'm not crazy anymore, and I have to keep flying.


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    : You got it, that's Catch-22.

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    The prospector

    Apr 2019
    Roanoke VA
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    Hello everyone. I’m looking for anyone who lives around Roanoke va. I recently moved here with my wife and three children and I’m looking for some good ground to explore??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt406 View Post
    Hello everyone. I’m looking for anyone who lives around Roanoke va. I recently moved here with my wife and three children and I’m looking for some good ground to explore??
    Roanoke requires a metal detecting permit, free but it expires annually. It's pretty explicit though = you can't search under a tree shade.

    You can contact Parks & Recreation via postal mail and they'll send you a free permit = at least they did 5 years ago.
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