Next Road Trip - February 2018

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Our January road trip has been rescheduled to the weekend of February 17th and 18th. Two early 1700's hunt sites have been lined up for both days and the hunting should be pretty darn good. This will be a closed group hunt without guests attending the hunt sites please.
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   "Heck yeah, this 1819 Large Cent was a bucket list find for me and you just don't forget days like that. I had bagged a few other nice coins on that site as well but lady liberty had my heart. All of the research on the hunt site was worth it and had paid off quite well."  Happy Hunting - Mike
Sweet Finds This Month - Mike Hile
There are many Relic Hunting permission requests still pending approval. So if you're here checking us out because we have contacted you, thank you for taking the time to research us, we hope you'll offer us the opportunity to get to know you better while continuing to enjoy the rewarding hobby of metal detecting.  Please contact us with any questions or concerns that you may have. We also offer all land owners a completed legal waiver and release of liability while allowing us on your property. It's our goal to respect your requirements and the property you own.
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Wounded Warrior Project 2018 Summer Beach Hunts
The WWP 2018 Summer Beach Hunts have been reserved for group members only and those that have already signed up. We expect to have a worthy donation by the end of the summer with recovered lost change from our Beach Hunts. WWP Beach Hunts are scheduled to begin on June 21, 2018 and will continue through summer ending on September 22, 2018. The total donation amount will be posted thereafter. Read more here on WWP Beach Hunting dates and guidelines.
  Winter Relic Hunting Season is here and we're looking forward to the new 2018 season. While 2017 was one of the best years we've ever had the new year is wide open with opportunity. So get out Metal Detecting and have some fun. Don't forget to share your finds with us!

Throwback to Beach Hunting season - Mike and Barry combined a total of 140 lost ring finds on Myrtle Beach last year. Congratulations fellas!

Please remember to follow the metal detecting code of ethics. It's not only respectful to fill-in your holes on the beach, in some areas it's the law punishable by a large fine. Check out our tips section for other valuable tips!  See ya out there… Happy Hunting from Mike, Scott, Brian, Tim and Barry!