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    us
    Mar 2008
    Edinburg, Texas
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    Need some help about detecting in Washington State....

    I am from Deep South Texas but in June of 2020 I will be traveling to Marysville, Washington and staying for 2 weeks. I will be staying with a friend that does not detect. I will ship my detector and accessories to him before I leave. I have no ideas what the laws are in Washington or in Marysville. I am 70 and will not be able to do any long hikes or over rough terrain. I would like to do some schools or parks to take up some of my time there. I would love to hear from you guys that live in that area with any suggestions on where I can and where I can not detect. Thank!
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    us
    Apr 2010
    vancouver. wa. brush prairie / hockinson
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    Horse shoe lake is not far from Marysville you will be on the Columbia river gorge it is wine country there im in Vancouver Washington about an hour and ahalf down river by where DB coopers money was found and not to far from mt st helens.as far as parks and schools go you can detect in them here.inless posted and the only one i know thats posted is blue lake.
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    Dec 2012
    Concrete, WA
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    James, been detecting in WA state now for almost 30 years,
    and never once have I had an issue.

    Marysville is not one of the older areas in the state, but
    you're not far from Snohomish and other areas that could
    yield silver.

    Have fun!
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    Plat maps are a secret ive known for many yearss, they can be found at the local courthouse, the info on them is literally a history in itself, do i have to say more, these can be gotten anywhere and in any State....Hope the lights on now...

 

 

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