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    us
    Apr 2010
    Tampa, Fl
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    Need help with cellar holes!!

    It seems the best way to find a cellar hole is to be local to the area and hunt or hike. Well, I'm neither of those, but I so desperately want to find a spot to detect off the beaten path. Pickens are extremely slim around Tampa. I live for old coins and relics. So, do I just research maps of old townships, or wander around the woods aimlessly? How the heck do you guys do it Any researching help would be appreciated!
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    us
    Sep 2007
    New Jersey
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshuajbelanger
    It seems the best way to find a cellar hole is to be local to the area and hunt or hike. Well, I'm neither of those, but I so desperately want to find a spot to detect off the beaten path. Pickens are extremely slim around Tampa. I live for old coins and relics. So, do I just research maps of old townships, or wander around the woods aimlessly? How the heck do you guys do it Any researching help would be appreciated!

    Go for the wandering around aimlessly. You may find that new detector you have been looking for.

  3. #3
    us
    Apr 2010
    Tampa, Fl
    Tesoro Cibola, Tesoro Compadre
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    11 times
    Decided on the etrac, get it next week...that's why I'm looking for cellar holes O_o
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    us
    Apr 2010
    Tampa, Fl
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    I can't tell if you are stoic or pompous, how about a little punctuation...(three dots means sarcastic)
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  5. #5
    us
    Jul 2009
    Whiting, NJ
    Ace 250
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    ticm usually will leave 4 dots.... If I were to reply, there would be a hell of a lot more.......

    But in all fairness to answer your original question. You are doing just fine walking around, all you have to do is hit an area that was boarded up to cover that cellar hole. Once you fall in, just have a look around
    Last edited by spartacus53; Nov 28, 2012 at 10:59 PM.
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  6. #6
    us
    Sep 2007
    New Jersey
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    I have not dotted in the past. Contrary to what Spartacus said, I do not dot now. And by God I'll not dot in the future.

  7. #7

    Jul 2012
    northwest Indiana
    bounty hunter 101/505 ace 350
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    Quote Originally Posted by ticm View Post
    I have not dotted in the past. Contrary to what Spartacus said, I do not dot now. And by God I'll not dot in the future.
    Ticm and Sparticus thanks for the humor I needed a smile and a laugh. Well done........

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    adamintenn

    Oct 2012
    Franklin new Hampshire
    Ace 150
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    Metal Detecting
    Heres a dumb question(maybe), are there cellar holes in florida? I grew up near pennsicola(in bama) and remember digging around the yard as a kid. Couldnt get more than a foot deep without hitting water. Dont think I ever saw a house down there with a cellar.
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  9. #9
    us
    Apr 2010
    Tampa, Fl
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    Ok, when I say cellar hole, I'm just talking about a foundation and a chimney....
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  10. #10
    ca
    Oct 2011
    Quebec
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    Joshua,

    They can be a tough audience at times....remember it's just a hobby....if you find a site with an old foundation there'll probably be lots of nails and other junk.....so lots of targets to sift through but odds are good a few keepers could be
    had as well.

    Regards + HH

    Bill

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    TOM

    Dec 2012
    UPSTATE NEW YORK
    1970 COMPASS- WHITES SILVER EAGLE- WHITES DFX, 4X6DD COIL, 6X8DD COIL, 950 COIL, 10X12SEF COIL- GARRETT PRO POINTER AT, GARRETT AT PRO , MINELAB EXPLORER SE with 8.5x12.5 Cors coil
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    hi, ive found lots of old cellar holes here in upstate ny while i was hunting or fishing. just get off the beaten path and go camping, you never know what may come up---------good luck & keep diggin

 

 

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