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    Were in Wisconsin are good places to md

    Im waiting for my garrett 350 to get here and not sure were to go md any suggestions i live in phillips and travel to Marinette quite a bit

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    Front and backyards of older neighborhoods in any city. Post cards of swimming beaches that are no longer used have been a good source for me. It often takes some research to locate them, but is worth the effort. As long as you stay in the water you can hunt the shallows along any navigable river, lake, or creek in the state and not be trespassing. Ask old folks where they met outside for picnics, social events, etc., when they were young. There must be some old logging camps in your area, some of that stuff is worth a good bit today. Ask hunters/fishermen if they've seen old foundations when they were in the woods. Most every farm had a place where they dumped their household trash, good place for bottles and more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barto View Post
    Front and backyards of older neighborhoods in any city. Post cards of swimming beaches that are no longer used have been a good source for me. It often takes some research to locate them, but is worth the effort. As long as you stay in the water you can hunt the shallows along any navigable river, lake, or creek in the state and not be trespassing.
    Negative ghost rider.....the laws in wisconsin changed in 2009 i believe all water and state land is off limits
    Using Metal Detectors on DNR Land
    Metal detectors may be used on DNR land or waters only for locating specific lost personal items. A special permit is required.

    Conditions of Permit
    A property office may issue a metal detector permit only to a specific person or designee for the recovery of one or more specific lost personal items, which must be described in the permit application. The permit specifies a limited search area within a DNR-managed property and a specific time between May 1 and October 15 when the detector may be used.

    Any proposed metal detecting within recorded archaeological sites requires review and approval by the DNR archaeologist (metal detecting is generally not permitted within reported burial areas, in any case).

    Found Items
    Any recovered item(s) must be presented and reported to the property office for comparison with the permitted recovery. The property office will keep all recovered items not belonging to the permittee.

    Archaeological materials (50 years old and older) may not be removed from their locations.

    How to Get a Permit
    To get a metal detector permit, contact the manager of the property (park, forest, wildlife area, waterway, etc.) where you want to use the detector.

    For more Information, ask Mark Dudzik, DNR archaeologist, (608) 266-3462.
    Im not crazy......my mother had me tested

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    So we all kinda get the shaft in Wisconsin unless you don't follow the law correct? Is Michigan the same way

 

 

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