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  1. #31

    Apr 2012
    New Hampshire & Maine
    V3i, Excalibur II, White's M6, Coinmaster, Teknetics EurotekPro, White's Surfmaster PI
    349 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    New to treasure hunting. Just bought a White's M6. Find it very heavy, so my husband has been detecting and I've been digging. Works for us. Will be trying a "Slingy Thingy" to help with the weight. Also thinking of buying either a Garrett 350 or Fisher F2 as both weigh 2 pounds less than the M6. Live in southern New Hampshire. Going to try to go to the BONE show in Keene, NH next weekend. So far, like treasure hunting.

  2. #32
    Apr 2012
    fresno ca
    mxt pro
    2 times
    Metal Detecting
    Hi i just got in to the MDing and caught the coin fever bad!!!
    Started with the bounty hunter 4 and moved up to a MXT.
    I live in Fresno CA. and currently looking for places to hunt.

  3. #33
    Apr 2012
    LP Michigan
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Hello all,

    I'm new to MDing and the site. Currently residing in the Lansing, MI area but have been hunting on both sides of MI and northern Indiana. Just waiting for the school year to end so I can really feed my treasure hunger.

  4. #34
    Apr 2012
    14 times
    Last edited by IsabellaSea; Aug 17, 2012 at 08:57 PM.

  5. #35

    Apr 2012
    1 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Hello all! newbie from CT. looking forward to start a new hobby with my 8 year old son. He's really big on treasure hunting and I think this is something he's going to really enjoy!
    DavidGuy likes this.

  6. #36
    i hunt all

    Apr 2012
    aldergrove bc
    at pro with pro pointer and for back up ace 250 with whites bullzeye 2 pinpointer
    3 times
    metal detecting coin collecting, bottle hunting in privies and homesteads
    well im from official canadian metal detecting.com and been beeping since april 2011, im from aldergrove bc

  7. #37
    Apr 2012
    V3i, DFX, XLT, Garrett Pro-Pointer
    Metal Detecting
    New to TNet not new to MD'ing. Great site with loads of intel, best wishes to all from Chicago......

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  9. #39
    mcb is offline
    May 2012
    Northeastern ohio
    Gold bug pro, Fisher F70, bounty hunter IV
    24 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Hello everyone! I'm from Ohio and have been detecting for years. Despite research I'm still a pro at finding trash. I've detected mostly at beaches and private properties (with permission of course). I haven't really had anyone spark excitement like my own and join me or teach me how to be more efficient. Excited to pickup some new pointers and share experiences!

  10. #40
    Charter Member

    May 2012
    29059 times
    Hey all. From michigan. Been around detecting quite a while,used to bottle hunt too. Been detecting more lately,also fish ,hunt ,shoot. Happy hunting to you all.

  11. #41
    Apr 2012
    Union,New Jersey
    garrett ace 150
    Metal Detecting
    hi all my name is tony new at mding form north jersey looking for on meeting new people here would like to get to gether with other to go treasure hunting

  12. #42

    May 2012
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Hello everyone! Names Roger and right now I live is Missouri but hopefully I will be relocating to Florida soon.
    Well, I'm new to the site but not so much detecting. I once owned a Whites detector and loved to hunt but I gave it up (not sure why, but it was the 70's & that should explain it) But I'm now looking to pick it up again for the fun and hopefully profits.
    My next step will be finding a nice dependable (as well as affordable) detector and if anyone can steer me in the right direction I would be much obliged. I'm leaning towards a Garrett Ace Pro but not sure just yet. Like I say I been away for a while and detectors have really advanced in leaps and bounds.
    Well, thanks everyone. I'll be checking in regularly to see and hear about some of your finds and with any luck posting a few of my own.

  13. #43
    May 2012
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    I'm back & looking forward to picking y'all's brains !! I promise I'll be good....and somewhat helpful at times !

  14. #44

    May 2012
    Mancora - Peru
    looking for one, wanna find some goldflakes/nuggets
    1 times
    Hey all!
    Ok, i'm getting the fever... but stil very green behind my ears...
    I'm a Dutchmen living in the north of Peru, i builded a hotel here and made a nice family, europe is not really nice anymore to live in. But in the quiet days when i don't have a lot of costumers i need to make a bit cash to... so, i tought, let's dig some gold!

    Hopefully you guys can help me a bit with the questions i have...

    greatings all
    Last edited by Lemon; May 13, 2012 at 10:09 PM.

  15. #45

    May 2012
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Hi, I am from Oak Creek CO been detecting for around 2-3 months in the steamboat , south routt area, my town is an old coal mining town and hope to
    uncover some of the past , i am using a whites MXT pro and having really good results


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