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  1. #16

    Apr 2012
    4 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I'm just looking to get back into metal detecting and found this site read about the Austin dam and really enjoyed the pics and posts. Looks to me like a great group of people who have done some serious research.

  2. #17
    Apr 2012
    2 times
    Metal Detecting
    Hi all, new to this site live in Wisconsin and would like to find clubs in the Wisconsin area. Also would like feed back on the machine which would be best for a beginner
    NoBootyYet and BarbaraDean like this.

  3. #18

    Apr 2012
    2 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    hi. I'm originally from the Oregon coast had to move to Idaho but still chasing treasures. A forum like this helps me stay informed about findings at home! Thanks
    idahotokens and NoBootyYet like this.

  4. #19

    Mar 2012
    Tokyo & OC
    Google Earth, BS Detector, $$
    266 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Hi everyone. I live in Costa Mesa, Ca and thankfully found this site. I just want to say thank you to the owners and elders that have contributed a wealth of knowledge to these topics.
    Having said that I hunt the East Fork and anywhere I can in the desert. The history out here in Ca. Is amazing.
    Looking forward to exploring this site when I can't be out in the field.
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  5. #20

    Apr 2012
    6 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Hi. Sorry I didn't post here first. As a free ranging inhabitant of the North American Continent I don't claim specific areas of origin but do state a current location of Central Florida. I'm replacing equipment I lost to a different kind of "treasure hunter" (ie. ex-wife and attorney), but I'm hoping to get back to it soon. I've got equal access to both the Atlantic coast and the Gulf, so I've got a lot of area to check out. Any pointers would be appreciated. Florida is quite a change from Tennessee and Arizona.
    VERDE, NoBootyYet and VADirtfisher like this.

  6. #21
    Mar 2012
    San Jose, CA
    104 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Welcome to everyone who recently joined up!

  7. #22

    Apr 2012
    NE Wisconsin
    Garrett Treasure Ace 200
    1 times

    New to this site but not new to studying geology geared towards gold prospecting specifically. I am living in NE Wisconsin on about 5 acres which includes a gravel pit with a fresh water spring there...this really helps in not having to haul up the cliff my dirt.

    My first "find" was me down there at the gravel pit letting my dogs swim before I left for work...the sun shining just right as I went to pick up another rock to throw in the spring produced a quartz rock with veins and pooling of bright gold! I took it immediately to a old Gold Miner who spent the majority of his life in Alaska and had set up a prospecting shop here in my town.....it was gold.

    Health permitting I go down there and rock hound and pan, I have found gold, garnets, silver, copper, a meteor, and who knows what other gems I threw back...as I stated my interest is primarily in gold. A Kimberlite pipe is located and known for producing industrial diamonds only 18 miles from my property. I have to say that studying diamonds and identification is much harder than studying gold. I believe I have found some and await a day to go have them looked at.

    A gravel pit is essentially a prospector or rock hounds' dream as I found out after finding my first piece from a Geologist. This spring and summer I plan to step up my prospecting. What other hobby can pay you back? It's more about the learning process and being outdoors that I seek or I certainly would have been more diligent in my prospecting....and my health is up and down daily. I will keep you all posted as I really spend more time in my search.

    I hope to learn from you and hopefully I too can be of help in your quest for gold!
    BarbaraDean likes this.

  8. #23

    Apr 2012
    Whites GMT
    Hi from God's Country...Nevada- a little east of Reno. We do a lot of off roading at the old ghost towns, and decided to start playing in the dirt as long as we were out there. Lots of interesting things out here. Recently picked up a GMT- just have to get used to using it. This seemed a good place to hook up with people with similar interests. Looks like a lot of info here- looking forward to chatting with you guys. Hopefully I can contribute.

  9. #24
    Apr 2012
    Union,New Jersey
    garrett ace 150
    Metal Detecting
    hello everyone i'm new to this i'm from New Jersey looking to see if anyone has good places to go treasure hunting here went out on my yard to try my medal detector works pretty good but would like to go real treasure hunting so if anyone knows some good places in jersey please fill me in.

  10. #25

    Apr 2012
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Hi my new friends,my girlfriend and i are from Maui Hawaii and we get totally pumped up for anything pertaining to treasure hunting and discovering old,rare and cool things!We look forward to sharing with you all and thank you for having this cool house (your site)to come home to and share the excitement with family members....Be back real soon gang,hang loose,take it easy and aloha--->flydirty

  11. #26

    Apr 2012
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    New to site, was stumbling and started reading, good posts. Live in WY, lots of signs around

  12. #27

    Apr 2012
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Hi all new detector from Illinois. I am a truck driver with 31 yrs of service think i found my hobby when i retire also my wife enjoys it thanks RUSS

  13. #28

    Apr 2012
    Northern Illinois
    Bounty Hunter Quick Silver Garrett Pin Pointer
    Metal Detecting
    Hi everyone! I'm a newbie to detecting from northern Illinois, near Elgin. I had always wanted a metal detector and finally got one for my birthday in March and I am OBSESSED! I only have a Bounty Hunter Quick Silver, but I'm eager enough that just being on the hunt is worth it, even if I don't dig up anything valuable. I hope to upgrade once I learn more about this hobby and hopefully get some good finds after doing research. Any tips would be greatly appreciated, but also I would love to join people on hunts in my area and learn more, as well as help in hunting various area! Thanks for making this forum, I am really excited about the info I can learn and I hope to one day contribute to help others keep treasure hunting fun, safe and legal.

  14. #29

    Apr 2012
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    hows it going ,new site for me,looking to share info,learning is never ending

  15. #30

    Jan 2012
    Όλοι οι τύποι κυνήγι του θησαυρού
    Helloo, I am fnrom Greece.
    My english is very bad. I read with google translate.
    In the feature I try to write for Greeks trreasure hunting.


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