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    us
    Mar 2010
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    How good is the LDMA?

    How good is the LDMA in comparison to GPAA? Does the LDMA have a ton of claims as well? I've seen that they also have claims in Colorado, but at this website ( http://www.goldprospectors.org/Membe...4/Default.aspx ), they only show claims in CA, OR, GA, AZ, NC, and SC. I did request a brochure from them to see what all they offer, but I figure someone on the forums could answer just as quickly if not faster. Also, does anyone know how they charge for their membership? They have like 2 different payment amounts for the monthly, quarterly, and yearly plans. Any info would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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  3. #2
    us
    Mar 2003
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    Re: How good is the LDMA?

    Your talkn' apples and oranges. LDMA mines PRIVATE PROPERTY,and a few claims. GPAA mines public property and uses others claims. Expensive but in todays litigaseous society a necessary evil BUT does not stop all the bans--plans requirements--and associated bs-- John

  4. #3
    us
    Oct 2010
    1

    Re: How good is the LDMA?

    Been a GPAA member for 20 years, never had an issue. Cost is around $70 now and they have plenty of places to go on public land and member claims

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    Re: How good is the LDMA?

    LDMA has claims in almost every state. If you join the LDMA your automatically a member of the GPAA. I've been a member of GPAA for over 17 years now and a Life Member of the LDMA for a little over 10 years. Money well spent. Gold can be found at all LDMA claims by the way. You have to be an LDMA member to hunt on their claims. But like I said Money Well Spent. Not cheap tho, Lifetime membership is over $3,500.

    Good luck to you.

    HH
    Happy Hunting

    Desertfox
    (Paul)

  6. #5
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    Oct 2007
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    Re: How good is the LDMA?

    Plus isn't it like a time share you have to pay a service fee each year for the upkeep of the property....Matt
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  7. #6

    Feb 2008
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    Re: How good is the LDMA?

    I believe LDMA has annual dues of either $96 or $120 depending on when you got your membership.

 

 

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