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BW    Posted 01-30-2004 at 23:20:21       [Reply]  [No Email]
just got around to reading the posts , I have had serval machins , Whites , Garretts and Bounty Hunter each set up / bought for the type of hunting it was best suited for , land or water . i have not done to bad with it and still go out once in awhile , family and farm keep me busy of late . I have hunted wild gold ,,, panning and such , but found I like water hunting for gold rings and chains much more rewarding ... I have also coin and relic hunted abet to .. I hope to get the kids intrested in TH'ing just have to pick up a suitable machine .
Not sure if I saw you post your location ,,, western NY? I am south east of Boston MA, ..I know ,,,,hope that does not make me a bad person
Take care and Good Hunting To You ..
Bill g.,

Bill G

Tinker    Posted 01-31-2004 at 18:16:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
I'm over here in Central Minnesota.
I'd love to have an underwater metal detector! Our White will go as deep as the shaft,but we've not tried it yet.
I think the biggest or most profitable trip we did was after a Fiddlers contest and folks had to sit on the ground. Lots of loose change laying on top. LOL 9.00 worth.
We have an old schoolhouse just down the road and I've asked a few times if we could detect the place. The guy gets this horrified look on his face and says NO. Bummer.
We've helped folks find their corner lot markers, made sure a six year old REALLY did swallow a penny and checked a few days later to make sure it was gone, and helped a farmer find a tool out in his field after it fell off his tractor.
Its been a fun hobby toy. LOL

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