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    Get Your NYC Permit Now!

    Quick tip for NYC newbies, get your permit Now! If you wait until April, it may take Six-weeks for you to get it back in the mail. I got mine in Seven-days by applying early!
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    Not needed in the great state of Connecticut.
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    Ummmm...thank you for letting me read the permit. Is their anyplace your allowed to detect? looks like they have excluded just about every place one can think of and have even made claims to all coins older than the pocket change we currently carry.
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    Terry, is White Plains considered the City of New York...??
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    I've had mine for a month!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRC View Post
    Terry, is White Plains considered the City of New York...??
    No. We are the County seat of Westchester County, about 25-miles north of NYC (35-minutes by Express Train).


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    Roger that....I was worried that NYC was expanding north...(with the NYC permit )..Thanks
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    I'm not a newbie but I got my permit a few weeks ago. The limitations on how far you can dig from the trees is frustrating. I've been avoiding Prospect Park because sometimes the rangers can give you a hard time. I've been hunting at the beach the past few years. This year I plan on trying to get to some of the parks on the permit list. If you ever plan on coming to Brooklyn drop me a line maybe we can hunt together. Just waiting for the weather to get a little warmer to get started. Still working full time so I only hunt on the weekend
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    I cannot imagine anyplace in nyc where you would expect to find anything
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    Quote Originally Posted by frazdad View Post
    I'm not a newbie but I got my permit a few weeks ago. The limitations on how far you can dig from the trees is frustrating. I've been avoiding Prospect Park because sometimes the rangers can give you a hard time. I've been hunting at the beach the past few years. This year I plan on trying to get to some of the parks on the permit list. If you ever plan on coming to Brooklyn drop me a line maybe we can hunt together. Just waiting for the weather to get a little warmer to get started. Still working full time so I only hunt on the weekend
    Sounds Great! PM me with your preferred contact info and I we'll get together!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff-gordon View Post
    I cannot imagine anyplace in nyc where you would expect to find anything
    Dude, NYC has been around a l-o-n-g time. Travelers, soldiers, merchants, have all brought coins and jewelry from Every country in the world and lost them in what are now the parks and beaches of the five boroughs. People don't talk about all the silver and gold they find, because if they find any, the City wants it.

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    Imagine this jeff Gordon. Found in NYC park.Click image for larger version. 

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    Prospect Park was the sight of the battle of Brooklyn during the Revolutionary War people have found musket balls. I have found Indian Head pennies, buffalo nickels and standing liberty quarters You just need a little research and tenacity.
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    NYC is the last place I will go.
    The laws are ridiculous there is a State law that all Gold mined belongs to the State, like they aren't Courrupt enough in the permit it may as well say keep the change you Filthy animal !
    As long as it's zinc rotted pennies.

 

 

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