Posts tagged ‘metal detecting’

 

What To Do In A Metal Detecting Slump

Read full article  | 1 Comment

Sooner or later you will hit a real slump when metal detecting.  For silver lovers, this means that you won’t find silver for a while.  For relic hunters, you just won’t be able to find those three ringers or plates.  Whatever you’re hunting for, there are ways to cope with your slump.

Read More

Multi Site Hunt Yields Silver

Read full article  | No Comments

After doing some research, I pitched three locations to a friend of mine.  So, we headed out very early this morning – to try to avoid the searing heat.  Unfortunately, I had neglected to check ownership of the first location.  It was an old school in a remote location, but it is now under private […]

Read More

Is American Diggers Hurting Metal Detecting?

Read full article  | 1 Comment

Spike TV recently released a new series called American Diggers.  The show features competitive relic and treasure hunting with typical reality TV flare.  Ric Savage heads up American Savage, an artifact recovery company that hunts private lands for possible valuables.  It has been interesting to hear the banter on various metal detecting forums. Most folks […]

Read More

Never Ask Permission From Family Members Where There Is Bad Blood

Read full article  | 2 Comments

Yes, that is a long title.  But this should serve as an example to others.  I had a very bizarre experience yesterday.  I am in the habit of asking land owners for permission to metal detect their property.  Well, I had asked the relative of someone in my family and had a great experience.  His […]

Read More

Why Metal Detecting?

Read full article  | No Comments

Metal detecting is an amazing hobby.  It combines exercise, history, geology, wildlife, anthropology, numismatics, etc.  Most people don’t understand the richness of this hobby.  I remember when I was very young and hearing about metal detecting.  I was fascinated how you could find stuff in the ground.  It was like a sort of magic.  Although […]

Read More