General Good Coin Hunting Sites
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  1. #1
    Nov 2006
    N. Alabama
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    General Good Coin Hunting Sites

    I'm a die-hard relic hunter, but my young son has been getting into detecting with me and he has expressed an interest in coinshooting more than relic hunting. Anybody have any different kind of sites to suggest. We live in a more rural area and the schools are not that old. I've been researching fairgrounds, but so far all of the old fairgrounds are now malls or car dealerships. Just need some different kinds of suggestions.

    Bill W.
    Relic hunting consists of a series of misadventures interspersed by occasional moments of glory.

  2. #2

    Feb 2008
    X-terra 70 and Silver U-Max
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    Re: General Good Coin Hunting Sites

    Bill, I would suggest looking for old churches, former church sites and country store sites in the area.

    FL Junkman

  3. #3

    Jun 2007
    ACE 250,Whites prism2
    4 times

    Re: General Good Coin Hunting Sites

    easiest way to find places to go is to read the posts(most people give you a general sense of where they are hunting,and apply them to sites in your state

    playgrounds,parks,sites used to hold field days(carnivals) etc.

    I kept on digging the hole deeper and deeper looking for the treasure chest until I finally lifted my head, looked up and realized that I had dug my own grave.
    Author: Sir John Denham

  4. #4

    Re: General Good Coin Hunting Sites

    Possibility of finding old countryside cemeteries and search along the outside roads only where people may have parked their cars or buggies.

    Keep clear of entering into the cemetery property...its a no-no.

    Just a thought

  5. #5
    My Find of a Lifetime!

    Oct 2006
    Philadelphia Area
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    Re: General Good Coin Hunting Sites

    Hiking Trails and Nature Preserves (When permissable).

  6. #6
    May 2007
    Southeast Missouri
    E-trac, Explorer II, Xterra30, Whites Prizm IV
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    Re: General Good Coin Hunting Sites

    Local parks where allowed. Local school playgrounds, homes older than 20 years old or built on property with a known history of at least 40 years will help increase your chance of finding silver.

    An area that is often overlooked and only searchable at very specific times is a football field. Look for an area where the band might have sat at the end of the field. They drop lots of stuff over the years.

    Good luck.
    "It isn't the age, it's the mileage" IJ

  7. #7
    Treasure Hunting America Texas Style

    Oct 2007
    born in 3 sisters, tx. now living west of tilden texas towards laredo on a ranch as a ranch hand
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    Re: General Good Coin Hunting Sites

    Hi Bama just bookmark this research link, which me & a friend put together
    at the bottom of the page has a link to possible hunting sites, the list has like 200+
    [i]Treasure Hunting America Texas Style

  8. #8
    Feb 2007
    Please don't yell !
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    Re: General Good Coin Hunting Sites

    here's a link to a thread where I give numerous tips on how to do your own research. It's a little slow at the start but keep reading and you'll get to the tips.



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