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    us
    Dec 2014
    Green Bay
    Whites V3i, AT Pro, Ace 250, Tesoro, Teknetics, Bounty Hunter
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    Anyone willing to?????????

    Hi Wisconsin,

    Just wondering if anyone from Wisconsin would like to help get our sub-form just a bit more active than every couple of months a post shows up? So to get things started, I have had great luck getting permission and park permits, tons of coinage waiting to be uncovered here in Wisconsin

    I will check this sub-form every few days that's my New Years resolution.

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    us
    Jul 2012
    Midwest
    Garrett AT Pro
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    Sounds like a great idea! I'm in!

  3. #3
    us
    Dec 2014
    Green Bay
    Whites V3i, AT Pro, Ace 250, Tesoro, Teknetics, Bounty Hunter
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    Ok great we get a few more and we should have something started!

  4. #4
    us
    Jun 2008
    Lake Country WI.
    MineLab/ Excalibur&Exterra705/ Gold Bug
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    OK so what are you planning here pardner.
    There are a few lurkers waiting for something to happen.

  5. #5

    Mar 2013
    wisconsin
    minelabs- se pro and excaliber, ace250, tesoro
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    There is not a lot of replies for WI. There used to be a club in MILW with 100's of members and it was down to about 25 members about 2 years ago and decided to dissolve. If you can get something going that would be great.

  6. #6
    us
    Jan 2013
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    Checking in from Wausau. This is my first year out of three doing research on sites, and it is amazing how many old and not-so-obvious places there are to detect once you look at historic plats, historic aerial photos, and Google Maps.

  7. #7
    us
    Dec 2014
    Green Bay
    Whites V3i, AT Pro, Ace 250, Tesoro, Teknetics, Bounty Hunter
    252
    137 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Quote Originally Posted by Styfflin View Post
    Checking in from Wausau. This is my first year out of three doing research on sites, and it is amazing how many old and not-so-obvious places there are to detect once you look at historic plats, historic aerial photos, and Google Maps.
    Yes lots of places and MDecting is NOT off limits in Wisconsin only on DNR controlled land, most counties and city parks are appearing to be ok along with most county owned land! I still hope to have the list completed in time for some good springtime hunting.

  8. #8
    us
    Feb 2016
    Menasha, WI
    Bounty Hunter Time Ranger
    9
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    First timer here. My detector should be arriving tomorrow. Unfortunately I have to wait for the thaw to use it. Would love to hook up with some folks in the spring to try it out and learn in the process.

  9. #9
    us
    Feb 2016
    Menasha, WI
    Bounty Hunter Time Ranger
    9
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    Woohoo UPS just delivered my detector. I have a few bare spots in the lawn where I got a few potential hits. According to the readout they are pennies most likely but still exciting!!!!!

  10. #10
    us
    Oct 2015
    near lacrosse west central wi
    at pro,ace 250,at propointer
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    congratulations on your new detector. hope it brings you as much fun as mine does me. hoping the snow melts down soon. it has been a couple of weeks since i was able to get out. if you have access to wooded areas the ground may not be frozen solid, leaves and snow insulate the ground. i have found some items recently nothing to brag about but some old stove legs,stove lid lifter, iron rings shotshell headstamps. warning: it can be addicting. i started in october and am hopelessly snared.

  11. #11
    us
    Feb 2016
    Menasha, WI
    Bounty Hunter Time Ranger
    9
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    I'm sure I could find some areas to get permission. Not sure I'm ready though. Still reading up a lot.

  12. #12
    us
    Feb 2016
    Menasha, WI
    Bounty Hunter Time Ranger
    9
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    My pinpointer/bag/trowel came today. Along with some literature. All set to go!!! Super excited.
    Last edited by Iniuan22; Feb 13, 2016 at 11:42 AM.

  13. #13
    us
    Oct 2015
    near lacrosse west central wi
    at pro,ace 250,at propointer
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    perfect. now all that is needed is spring to arrive soon. hopefully the frost isn't to deep this year and will allow digging after a short warm up. what kind of new tools did you get?

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    Don

    Feb 2016
    Middleton, Wisconsin
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    I'm interested, I'm still new to MD, but I did just get the new Sampson shovel, and a new Garrett pro pin pointer in orange, so it will be harder to lose this one...

  15. #15
    us
    Always looking for others to go hunting with so hit me up

    Mar 2007
    Western Wisconsin
    Garrett Ace 250 and Titan 3000
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    I'm figuring a lot of the western central MD's of Wisconsin may go to the Minnesota clubs being we are so close to Minneapolis /St. Paul but I would like to organize an area club if enough interest exists.
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