Next Road Trip - June 2018

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Our next Road Trip will be June 16th through the 17th. More details coming soon to those who will be attending... this will be a closed group hunt without guests attending the hunt sites please.
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   "Big changes for me this beach season. I've decided to rest the V3i for a while and use the Equinox 800 this summer. The 18k ring on the left in wet sand was a solid 13. The 14k ring with diamonds on the right in the surf was bouncing 16-17 Looking forward to this summer and what might be… Happy Hunting Mike"
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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.
     Summer is almost here and that can only mean one thing... It's Beach Hunting Season! Low tide hunts of heavy tourist areas will be the hot spot for every (new and experienced) beach metal detectorist in the area for sure. We'll certainly be out finding our fair share of pull tabs and twist-off bottle tops, but that's just a small part of the fun! Talking with the folks, meeting other detectorists, the kids with all their questions and the irrepressible need to partake in digging up a "treasure" is always great fun as well.

Of course we haven't forgotten our relic roots, we're just taking in some summer fun while finding some lost silver and gold! Regular relic hunts are still being scheduled, although some locations will be on hold until fall when the weather cools back down.

Happy Hunting from Mike, Scott, Brian, Barry, Tim, and David!