Any groups for magnet fishing in South Carolina?
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    Stinky

    Feb 2021
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    Smile Any groups for magnet fishing in South Carolina?

    I have recently gotten into the hobby and am looking for others to go magnet fishing with, I was wondering if there is any way to locate local hobbyists.
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    I noticed this was your very first post - so, Welcome Aboard 1jss1! Take a look at Forum: South Carolina for information (i.e., clubs, etc.) directly related to your state.
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    I have been active on the SC GA boarder in ga. Weather has held me back for a long time.

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    Stinky

    Feb 2021
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    I magnet fish in greenwood, which isnt too far from the border.

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    Galactic President

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    Just FYI, SC is the only state where Magnet Fishing is illegal. I'm guessing most police don't even know about this rule.

    According to the South Carolina State Legislature’s webpage, the South Carolina Underwater Antiquities Act (SCUAA) states:

    “(A) All submerged archaeological historic property and artifacts and all submerged paleontological property located on or recovered from submerged lands over which the State has sovereign control, are declared to be the property of the State.”
    https://www.scstatehouse.gov/code/t54c007.php
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