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- Atlantic Treasure Club
We are happy to announce this year marks our 40th Anniversary! We are the oldest treasure hunting club in the tri state area. Our club meets once a month. Meetings are normally on the second Wednesday of the month and begin at 7:30 PM. Most meetings are at the Wantagh
Memorial Congregational Church. We also have frequent guest speakers. The July meeting is an ice cream social and takes place at Jones Beach Field 6. The August meeting is a BBQ, also at Jones Beach Field 6. Our holiday party is typically the first Wednesday in December
with location to be announced. Please check the Events page for updates.
- Alaska Treasure Seekers Society
We are an organization dedicated to family outings in search of lost or discarded items from the past. We enjoy searching legally and with permission for coins, relics, and artifacts. Most of us use metal detectors in this endeavor, but it helps to have a "nose" for the past to make your outings more productive. If you are a person interested in poking around old mine tailings, gold-bearing creeks, city parks and school grounds for gold, coins, and jewelry, then this organization is for you.
- Amarillo Prospectors & Treasure Hunters Association Amarillo Based Club for sharing the outdoors and enjoyment of prospecting, metal detecting and treasure hunting.
- American Metal Detectorist Helpful articles, tips, and information for both new and experienced metal detecting hobbyists.
- Archaeology for the Public Artifacts and archeological sites on federal property, state property, or local jurisdiction-controlled or private properties are protected by law. Information on state and federal laws concerning metal detecting, collected by the members of the Public Education Committee.
- Beaver County Detecting Club Welcome to the new Beaver County Detecting Club. Feel free to browse our site as well as the BCDC member pics and club member MD finds in the photos link above. These finds have been located at various parks, camp grounds, and forests throughout Allegheny, Beaver, Butler and Washington counties over the past year. Have fun and enjoy the pics. Please feel free to sign the guestbook before you leave this site. Your comments are most welcome.
- Buffalo Nickel Classified
- Cascade Treasure Club The Cascade Treasure Club has been promoting and protecting the hobby of metal detecting for over 30 years. Treasure hunters of all kinds are welcome. Coin and jewelry hunting, organized hunts, find of the month contests, silver and gold raffles are all part of the fun.
- Central Florida Metal Detecting Club The Central Florida Metal Detecting Club meets 7:30 PM at the Sanford Garden Club at 200 Fairmont Dr in Sanford. Visitors are always welcome.
- Central Valley Prospectors Central Valley Prospectors is an Official Chapter of GPAA. You do not need to be a member of GPAA to join CVP and we charge no dues. We are a non-profit (501-c-3) small mining and prospecting club. CVP is dedicated to providing education and increased public awareness of prospecting and mining, as well as lots of fun. We own our own claims and provide outside programs for various groups. We welcome all ages, including families with children.
- Concho Valley Trash & Treasure Hunters Club (CVTTH) Our club meetings are held on the first Monday of each month at 6:30 PM over at Stadium Lanes Bowling Center (inside T-Bears Cafe) located at 2105 Knickerbocker Rd in San Angelo, Texas.
- Metal Detecting: A Complete Guide for Beginners
Ever since the great Gold Rush of the 1800s, people have been
fascinated with the idea of finding hidden treasures underground. In fact, it has caught on so widely that metal detecting is now considered a legitimate hobby. Those who practice it are known as metal detectorists. Metal detection is not only practiced as a hobby. In fact, it has been proven to be highly useful in several other areas such as archeology,
forensic police investigations, and even military purposes.
- Deerfield Detectors Authorized dealer for Whites, Garrett, Fisher, Detector Pro, Teknetics, Sunray, Metal Detectors and Accessories
- Dig and Find Coinshooters and Historical Club The Dig and Find Coinshooters and Historical Club consists of members who love the hobby of metal detecting of all kinds including beach and water hunting, civil war relic hunting, coinshooting parks and school, cache hunting, gold prospecting, ghost towning, bottle digging, etc. Most of the members enjoy the area's history and relish the opportunity to meet and talk about our finds. We meet on the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church at 338 Ocean Shore Blvd. (A1A) in Ormond Beach, located a block north of Granada on A1A, at the corner of A1A and Neptune Ave.
- East Coast Research and Discovery Association The East Coast Research and Discovery Association (ECRDA) is the Northeast's largest
treasure-hunting club. Since 1983, the ECRDA has promoted the hobby of treasure hunting among adults and children. Many members and hobbyists use a metal detector, but it can be as easy as checking the coins in
your pocket -- or spotting a treasure lying on the ground.
Whether you're a novice or a long time coin-shooter or relic hunter, the ECRDA is the place to be. Our monthly meetings bring existing and new members together to show off their latest finds, swap tips, hear
educational speakers, enjoy our shared hobby, make new friends, buy & sell gear, and much more.
Our next club meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 17, 2014. Hope to see you there!
- East Fork Treasure Hunters Association Welcome!!! Glad you stopped by to learn about our club in Mesquite, Texas. We are a group of great people that love to hunt for treasure by metal detecting or just talking about it. We are a self supported club by our members in the community. We have monthly meetings with prizes and also monthly hunts for our members and their friends. Twice a year we have Silver seeded hunts with great prizes for our club members. We always welcome visitors to our club and we'll sure talk you into joining.
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- EUREKA Treasure Hunters Club, Inc. Eureka! Treasure Hunter’s Club was begun over 30 years ago in 1973 by a metal detecting shop owner to bring together people in the Denver area
who were interested in the hobby. The club has evolved over the years into more of a social organization that encourages ethical detecting practices, historical research and community involvement.
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- Gateway Treasure Hunter Club Founded in 1989 by John Podrecca and Roy Gouge, the Gateway Treasure Hunting Club makes its home in Wareham, Massachusetts. Wareham is an ideal location for the club as it is at the entrance to Cape Cod and near numerous beautiful beaches on the Cape as well as many historical places of interest, giving our members plenty of choices for their hunting endeavors.
Gold Coast Treasure Club
Our club, Gold Coast Treasure Hunters, started many years ago in the Ventura/Oxnard area and moved the meeting location to Simi Valley in
2006. This club is for people involved in the hobby of coin, jewelry and artifact hunting with a metal detector. Club members range from those
new to metal detecting to very experienced detectorists. Meetings are open to everyone including those that are just curious about the hobby.
At meetings, members display what they have found since the last meeting. Viewing the displays gives guests some good insight into what
to expect from metal detecting in our area. We are just a bunch of friendly people that enjoy metal detecting, talking about detecting and
showing what we find. It costs nothing to visit.
Gold Coast Treasure Hunters meetings occur on the 3rd Thursday of every month at 7:00 PM. We meet at the Simi Valley Senior Center located at
3900 Avenida Simi in Simi Valley, California. Membership dues are $20 for a single membership and $30 for a family membership.
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Gold Searchers of Southern Nevada old Searchers of Southern Nevada is a Las Vegas club comprised of members from all walks of life. From "greenhorns to seasoned
prospectors". Some members have backgrounds in fields such as geology, mineralogy and mine engineering. But, most of all, our members share a common love of freedom to explore the great outdoors.
A number of our club members are "Snowbirds" from many states. Whether on extended vacations or for the winter. They come to the great southwest to enjoy the weather and seek that beautiful yellow metal known as Gold. Our club has several gold bearing claims where they pursue their goals. Most of are members own at least one metal detector. Others in our club put their trust into proven gold
extraction equipment such as dry washers and re-circulating sluices. The club conducts regular monthly outings where you can see and use a variety of prospecting equipment first hand at a location known to produce gold.
Golden Triangle Explorers Society The club was founded in 1967, making it the ”oldest organized treasure hunting club” in Texas. We
have meetings once a month to discuss any and all areas of treasure hunting. We have members interested in coins, relics, gold, water hunting and just about anything old. We have interesting speakers in all areas of metal detecting and other treasure hunting techniques. Probably
the most enjoyable part of our meetings is the time spent visiting and partaking of the fine spread on our food table followed by a raffle and awarding of door prizes.
GPAA Orlando Florida Chapter If you found our website from the GPAA website you already know what the GPAA is, but I'll give a short history of it here before telling you more about our chapter.
The GPAA was founded in 1968 by George "Buzzard" Massie and a few other fellow prospectors for the purpose of preserving the heritage of prospecting in North America. They also by forming this organization
were able thru membership fees to acquire claims all over the U.S. for their members to camp, fish and of course prospect for gold.
They are also helping to keep our public lands public, since there are a few organizations that petition the government constantly to close lands all over the U.S. to all forms of outdoor recreation. The Gold fever
T.V. programs were started in 1991 and have gotten very popular in the last few years.
The club tries to have at least 2 Common Prospecting Trips / Outings a year. The closest property is Buchanan Georgia but we sometimes go to the Carolina Emerald Mine in North Carolina for gem digging and gold
prospecting. When the Gold show is in Georgia or the Carolina's we have a boot to promote our chapter.
Great Lakes Metal Detecting It is our goal at Great Lakes Metal Detecting to provide you the
best and most informative entertainment related to metal detecting & treasure hunting through this medium. To inform our viewers of the latest and up coming events through out the year. To provide a means that viewers may be able to communicate with other detectorist by
way of the internet. Also, to be a news service displaying notable events related to this industry as it pertains to our form of recreation.
GSTH-Gopher State Treasure Hunters is a Treasure Hunting Club located in Twin City Metro area of Minnesota.
- GPAA Las Vegas Las Vegas Chapter Gold Prospectors Association of America Web site. Our goal is to provide you with useful information about our organization that we hope makes it easier for you to get out and share our adventures. The LVGPAA has been active in southern Nevada since 2001. As a large group of outdoor loving individuals we know how to get out and have a good time. Our members combined have a wealth of information to share and don’t mind helping beginners learn how to find gold. At this site, you can discover all about our organization. We also have a Gallery where you can check out photos of some of our various outings. If you are coming to the Las Vegas area and would like to go out and do a little prospecting, leave a note on our Contact Page and we will try to hook you up with a club member for an outing. Feel free to browse around this site. If you have comments or questions about our organization, or simply need more information and want to contact us, click on the contact button on any page within this site.
Havasu Gold Seekers Havasu Gold Seekers Inc. Is a non-profit gold seekers club in Lake
Havasu City, Arizona with 20 claims & over 3200 acres of gold bearing claims! The Club was started in early 1991 when a small group of Lake
Havasu residents got together for the purpose of recreational gold prospecting in the desert near the City of Lake Havasu, Arizona.
High Plains Prospectors High Plains Prospectors Metal Detecting Gold Prospecting
Treasure Hunting Best Price Garrett, Tesoro, Fisher, Bounty Hunter, Teknetics.
Hollands Brook Metal Detectors Metal detecting is an addiction. I’ve
learned first hand that once you become emersed in the hobby, there’s no looking back. You find yourself wanting to know about every little detail about what’s the best detector, where are the best places to hunt, how you can dig less trash and more finds. You often find yourself
scouring the various metal detecting forums like FMDF, Findmall and Treasurenet at 2 in the morning drooling over photos of other’s finds.
Metal detecting is an addiction. To better serve your addiction, we’ve compiled a list of resources from all over the web – everything from State Laws on detecting to the technology behind metal detectors.
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- Illinois Valley Historical Research & Recovery Assn
We are a family oriented metal detecting club in Northern Illinois. Our club was formed in 2010 and the founding members are still active with the club. Our current enrollment consists of 28 members, which includes
2 young metal detectorists. We meet on the second Monday of every month, 7pm at 126 Marquette Street, LaSalle, IL. ph. 815-481-0000.
Italia Metal Detector Who we are? The website
Italy Metal Detector was created with the idea of uniting novice and expert in the hobby world's most beautiful: the metal detecting. The writer in this portal loves this hobby and make it available to all their field experiences. Actually we are a group of friends who love the outdoors in contact with nature immersed in history. Using metal detectors is legal? Yes, in Italy, the sale and use of the metal detector is completely legal. However, there are areas subject to restrictions where you can not use this device. We're talking about all those areas that are covered by archaeological constraints. Our country, Italy, is rich in history, so before you start looking in a specific area must always make sure that this area has been subject to archaeological constraints. That's not all, you must also avoid all those areas subjected to another type of constraint: the landscape. There are some places, such as parks or nature reserves, which are so beautiful that the region or the state has decided to protect. Therefore in these places it will never be able to make any excavation activities. Use metal detectors in these areas becomes absolutely useless. These two types of constraints have to keep in mind, always. In the category dedicated to Italian law of our site you can find everything explained in a much more clear and detailed. In addition to pay close attention to respect for the law it is necessary that those who want to use the metal detector is aware of the possible risks that may be encountered during searches. In some areas it is quite easy to find when searching for unexploded ordnance or other dangerous objects from the period of the First or the Second World War. For these objects we created the articles that indicate in great detail everything that you should and should not do if you were to find a dangerous object. These articles you will find them in the section on Tips. Each article in this website is commentable. With your comment you give a valuable contribution that will help the whole community. Consider your valuable experiences and we would like you to share it with all of us. We always try new authors so if you love our hobby and would like to write for our website please contact us by sending an email from the Contact page. If you prefer to open a debate or discuss with us and with our friends on social networks you are always with the name of Italian Metal Detector.
- JundWEBS.com Building web sites is fun - especially when you have friends in this business who are supportive and willing to share their knowledge, strengths, and even their weaknesses.
Land & Sea Treasure Outfitters Metal Detector and Equipment Supplier.
Las Vegas Gold Prospecting with Doug Welcome to the LasVegas Prospecting Web page, My name is Doug Parker: The goal of this site is to provide you with useful information about prospecting and hope it makes it easier for you to get out and share an adventure. I know how to get out and have a good time and don’t mind helping beginners learn how to find gold. At this site, you can discover all about gold prospecting. I also have a Gallery where you can check out photos. If you are coming to the Las Vegas area and would like to go out and do a little gold prospecting, I will try to get together with you for an outing.
Low Country Metal Detecting Club
Maryland Artifact Recovery Society The Maryland Artifact Recovery Society was formed in 1978, and continues to grow and evolve. Its members represent a broad spectrum of treasure hunters and metal detectorists, which includes Colonial and Civil War relic/artifact hunters, beach and shallow water hunters, coin shooters, and even gold panners. Our members use all brands of detectors such as White’s, Minelab, Garrett, Tesoro, Fisher and others. We have all levels of users from the professional to the novice.
Metal Detecting in California & Nevada Welcome back. Stay tuned for new articles and links about detectors, coils, how they work, do you get what you pay for and more!!
Maryland Free-State Treasure Club
Meets the last Tuesday of every month, 7pm, at Victory Villa Community Center, 404 Compass Rd., Baltimore, MD
Metal Detecting Association of Washington
The Metal Detecting Association of Washington was started to promote, protect and preserve recreational metal detecting here, in the State of Washington. Some of the concerns related to detecting in this state are unique to the Pacific Northwest. As a group we strive to work with
hobbyists, in clubs or not, who want to enjoy metal detecting, follow the rules set down about the hobby and in some cases help to change those rules. The MDAW works in cooperation with the Office of Historical and Archaeological Preservation of Washington State and Washington State Parks.
Metal Detecting Maine! People often wonder why there is such a buzz about metal detecting and why more and more people take to the hobby each year. There is no real answer, but hopefully through this site and forum we can help others better understand the concept. Most detectorists
simply enjoy finding a piece of history left behind to disintegrate inthe ground. Imagine holding a button torn from a soldier’s uniform in
the 1790s or a belt buckle from the same era, or even holding between your fingers a 1724 King George the 1st Half Penny. It actually makes
you think about who worked the fields on which you currently stand with your detector, and all the more anxious to see if you can dig something
up and actually hold it in your hands... it's never too late to give it a try.
- Metal Detector Owners TV Welcome to MDOTV, here you will find 1000's of videos on metal detecting. They are all sorted into groups for you, such as types of hunts, types for detectors, hunting episodes, and much more. We hope you enjoy your visit.
Metal Detector Planet
Metal Detecting Tips This web site is primarily about metal detecting. There are tips on getting the best out of your metal detecting efforts and which information or products may best suit your detecting needs and wants. You might also find really useful hints, tips and advice across a broad range of metal detecting subjects.
Metal Detecting In The USA Metal Detecting In The USA offers how to tips, stories, and pictures about metal detecting, treasure hunting, and civil war relic hunting. I've had numerous stories published in Treasure, Treasure Found, Treasure Search, Western & Eastern Treasures magazines and a few newspaper articles. In addition to these metal detecting stories are other helpful how to articles from Cleaning Coins to Where to Go Metal Detecting and Metal Detecting Tips. For questions about metal detecting or metal detectors, please feel free to send an email or use the comments form. Most importantly, enjoy your visit and come back often...J.R. Hoff.
Metal Detecting Oregon With White's metal detector mfg right here in Oregon, you'd think that seeing a person metal detecting would be more common site here in Oregon, but it's not. In the last 30 years, I can recall only seeing a handful of people with metal detectors. And here's a secret, it's fun and more people should pick up this hobby! It's not an old person's hobby, but being retired does have it's advantages (it's called free time), and it's just a great hobby for ALL ages.
Michigan Treasure Hunters MICHIGAN TREASURE HUNTERS is an organization for those people who enjoy all kinds of treasure hunting. Metal detecting coin and jewelry, relic hunting, bottle digging and ghost town searching, to name just a few. A bonus treasure is found in the fellowship with others who are also interested in our hobby-treasure hunting!!!
In existence since 1974, our club's primary objective is the promotion of treasure hunting, while keeping proper conservation measures in mind, and teaching correct treasure hunting techniques. Our club's motto is "WE LEAVE IT CLEANER THAN WE FOUND IT."
- Midstate Metal Detecting Club Welcome to Midstate Metal Detecting Club, metal detecting for all ages in Central Wisconsin. Hosting Midstate Metal Detector Club's Annual Hunt and National Championship Hunt last weekend full weekend in July.
- Midwest Historical Detector Club Meetings Held at: W. Dale Clark Library, 215 S. 15th Street, Omaha, Nebraska
Midwest Historical Research Society The Midwest Historical Research Society (MHRS) was founded in October of 1968 by seven men from the Chicago area. Although the name of our club is slightly obscure, MHRS is a club of metal detecting enthusiasts. Over the years our club has grown and today has a roster over 125 members. MHRS is an open membership club. Membership is available to all adults as well as their children. From the novice to the master, from the youngster to the seasoned senior, the members of MHRS represent a diverse group of people drawn together by a shared interest in the hobby of metal detecting. Our club is dedicated to cultivating this shared interest and providing a safe and secure environment for members to explore and pursue their hobby.
Midwest Coin & Relic Hunters This site is dedicated to all men, women, that have a love for history and preserving the hobby of metal detecting. So if you have just got a story to tell, pictures to show and or advice to give, please register with us and join this growing community that has love for the things of the past.
Monroeville Area Metal Detecting Club To provide an organization for individuals interested in metal detecting and archaeology. To increase knowledge of metal detecting and archaeology. As well as to expand knowledge of local/state history in relation to metal detecting. To promote ethical metal detecting and archaeology while cooperating with community agencies in order to be a positive element in the community.
- Mount Diablo Metal Detecting Club
Welcome to the official website of the Mount Diablo Metal Detecting Club!
The principal aim of the club is to encourage metal detecting as a recreation, thus allowing any and all age groups to experience the enjoyment that can come from such an activity; be it Treasure Hunting or Gold Prospecting.
Club membership is open to anyone with an interest in club activities or wishing to develop their knowledge and expertise in metal detecting. Membership is not restricted to owners of metal detectors, or to owners of any particular brand.
New Mexico Treasure Hunters Assn We are a group of individuals interested in recovering relics, coins, and other interesting or valuable items from the past, compiling records and
preserving historic data. We also provide recreational activity and companionship for our members. In addition, we frequently provide a service to the community in finding lost items of value and importance. We desire to encourage younger generations to develop a greater interest in exploring history, geography, researching and the outdoors and having FUN through metal detecting and treasure hunting.
Nutmeg Treasure Hunters The Nutmeg Treasure Hunters is a group of Metal Detecting enthusiasts started in 1984, who meet monthly at the North Haven Congregational Church in North Haven, CT to share their treasure finds with fellow members and discuss some of their tips and tricks of the trade. Our meetings start at 7:30 p.m. and refreshments are served. Come join the fun!
Ohio Metal Detecting I'm Nick A. and I am a metal detector hobbyist or "detectorist" in Central Ohio. I have been metal detecting since getting my first real metal detector, a White's Classic II, in 1990, and currently use the Minelab Explorer SE and Minelab E-Trac detectors. I am predominantly a "coinshooter" looking for old coins to add to my collection. I mostly metal detect at old parks and schools, but enjoy detecting at old homes when I have the opportunity
- Old North State Detectorists Club The Old North State Detectorists Club meets at 9:00 AM on the last Saturday of the month at East Coast Wings and Grill, 1579-B New Garden Rd. (Lowe's Supermarket Shopping Center)
Greensboro, NC 27410. Be sure and check the official ONSD Calendar of Events page for the latest information and changes about the next club meeting and hunt site.
Orlando Florida Chapter of GPAA
Paul A. Long Detective - Placer County Sheriff's Department
Pro Mack South Welcome to Pro Mack South's website. Pro Mack South was established back in the late 80's by well known prospector by the name of Dave McCracken. Later in the early 90's Fred and Elaine Schrader acquired the store from Dave. In the late 90's Elaine expanded to a second store in Quartzsite, AZ. In November of 2000, Steve Ryland and Mike Smith acquired the stores. Steve Ryland passed away in February of 2004. Pro Mack Prospecting, LLC acquired the name in December of 2004. The store was relocated in June of 2007 to Goldfield Ghost Town. In May of 2010 the store was relocated to my house. My store sells to the prospecting/metal detector/rock hounding community around the world. I stock the store with thousands of products for the beginner to the professional. Please stop by the store, if your in the area, anytime. We are a learning center with videos and hands on instructions.
Putnam / Westchester Metal Detectorists & Archaeological Society Metal detecting club serving Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, Dutchess counties. We do seeded hunts, treasure hunts, monthly search outings for lost treasure, relics, coins, and jewelry.
Recover My Treasures Our goal at Recover My Treasures is to provide a world wide directory of metal detectorist for the general public to have a quick and easy way to find someone near their location that is willing to offer their assistance in finding metal objects.
Each of our metal detectorist members are independent service providers with their own rates and skills. To find a detectorist near you that offers the type of service you are seeking, please see their individual service advertisement on our service directory map.
Responsible Metal Detecting Metal detecting is a hobby loved by many different types of people including history buffs, coin collectors, relic enthusiasts, and those who just love the thrill of a treasure hunt.
This is a hobby that brings genuine joy to many people, including myself. I know many would agree that it’s important to raise awareness for responsible metal detecting to protect our hobby for future generations.
This guide is intended to promote the practice of responsible and ethical metal detecting and should be used as a reference by all detectorists. For our general guide to metal detecting,
Rick in Palm Coast Links This is the home of Flagger Friends Riding Group. We ride to eat and eat to ride. A motorcycle riding group that likes to ride and good friendships.
Rocky Mountain Prospectors & Treasure Hunters Newsletter
- Website RMPTH is an independent nonprofit hobbyist social club, open to anyone interested in prospecting, detecting or treasure hunting. Its purpose is
to provide an educational and social forum of mutual benefit for members. RMPTH holds a monthly meeting and conducts various field
outings, as well as offers special presentations and seminars. Active participants have voting privileges. The monthly newsletter, The News, is readily available on this website.
Riverside Treasure Hunter's Club purpose is to further the interest of members in historical facts and artifacts; to promote the exchange of information, compiling, recording and preserving relics and artifacts; and to provide recreational activities for our members.
Rocky Mountain Prospectors & Treasure Hunters Newsletter
, Club Website Going For The Gold In Northern Colorado!
Rogue Valley Coin Shooters The Rogue Valley Coin Shooters was founded for the primary purpose of advancing the sport of metal detecting. This is accomplished through recreational pursuit of the hobby, continuing education pursuant to the sport, and by community involvement.
Round Rock Chapter of the GPAA The Round Rock Chapter of the GPAA. Good folks having fun. Meetings are held every 3rd Saturday each month starting at 1pm.
Rusty's Gold & Treasure Hunting Rusty's Gold & Treasure Hunting Supply, authorized dealer for Minelab, Tesoro, Falcon, Fisher, Garrett, DetectorPro, Lortone and Keene. Gold prospecting supplies, gold prospecting equipment, rock hound supplies, and treasure hunting supplies.
Sacramento Valley Detecting Buffs The Sacramento Valley Detecting Buffs of Sacramento, (SVDB) is a metal detecting club based in the Central Valley of California. The members come from the surrounding Sacramento area and cities. Our members represent a wide range of metal detecting interests from relic hunting, coin shooting, jewelry hunting to detecting / prospecting for gold.
San Joaquin Valley Treasure Hunters Metal Detecting Club
Founded in 1975 by various metal detectorists and prospectors, The San Joaquin Valley Treasure Hunters are backed with many years of treasure hunting experience. The San Joaquin Valley Treasure Hunters
participates, promotes and encourages the hobby of treasure hunting throughout California's great central valley as well as worldwide through the exploits of its membership. Through our commitment,
experience, and expertise, The San Joaquin Valley Treasure Hunters has established a reputation for fun, fellowship and finding treasure!!!
Silver State Detecting Club Join Us The First Monday of Each Month
Denny’s, 205 E. Nugget Ave, Sparks, NV. 89431 Corner of East Nugget and East McCarran, 6pm to Socialize or Purchase Dinner, 7pm Meeting Starts.
The Silver State Detecting Club is a proud member of The Federation of Metal Detector and Archeological Clubs (FMDAC).
Smoky Mountain Artifact Research & Treasure Society Welcome to SMARTS – Smoky Mountain Artifact Research and Treasure Society. If you are from the East Tennessee area, we invite to join us. We meet the second Monday of every month at the Great American Steak and Buffet.(900 Merchants Rd. Knoxville) We try to have a guest speaker, find of the month, raffle prizes and discuss upcoming club hunts. It is a great place to meet new friends and learn more about this exciting hobby.
- Solent Metal Detecting Club (UK)
The Solent Metal Detecting Club was formed by a group of metal detecting enthusiasts who meet once a month. These meetings are largely informal. A raffle is held during each meeting to help with club funding. We
arrange occasional talks by visiting speakers on a variety of subjects. A Finds Liaison Officer attends at regular intervals to record finds for the Portable Antiquities Scheme. All our members are required to be a member of the Federation Of Independent Detectorists (FID) or the The
National Council for Metal Detectorists ( NCMD ). The club is based in Waterlooville ( click here for map and details ) and has a number of areas of land locally where we have permission to search.The club supports the Rosemary Foundation Nursing Trust which is a registered
charity. We make donations from funds raised by charging our members £3 each time they search an area of land.
South Jersey Metal Detecting Club
The South Jersey Metal Detecting Club was established in 1972. We have over 200 active members from the tri-state area. We are a friendly group of people, looking to promote the hobby of metal detecting. We also aid law enforcement officials whenever possible.
Southern Maryland Relic Hunting Southern Maryland Relic Hunting has
officially started in January of 2014. We have one goal, to bring people together regardless of metal detecting or relic hunting experience. Metal detecting is a hobby that can be enjoy by all ages.
We will hold meeting once a month at the Prince Frederick Library.
Stone Mountain Treasure Hunters Welcome to the Stone Mountain Treasure Hunters web site featuring treasure hunting stories, articles, and pictures of metal detecting finds.
Stout StandardsI have been involved in the treasure hunting/metal detecting pastime for over 30 years now, and have authored three books, written hundreds of articles, and worked in the industry itself. As a result I receive lots of emails and letters from detectorists like you, asking me for advice, asking what I think of a particular metal detector, inviting me to visit your town or city to hunt, or to speak at your club meeting. On the whole I try to respond positively, but more often than not I cannot offer the information you seek, nor can I afford the travel costs involved. Why? Because I too am just a hobbyist, and no more an expert than you.
As of now I pretty much consider myself a part-time treasure hunter. I hope that through this website I might be able to offer you a tip or two learned over the years, but promise nothing earth shattering. Most of whatever success I've had occurred because I entered into the pastime at an ideal time, and because I spent an inordinate amount of time researching sites. Add to that a lot of in-the-field trial and error, and a helluva lot of luck!
You will not find a lot of technical babble here, and you may call a lot of what I have to say, basic. That's fine. That's me. I still believe that research is the most important part of this pastime!
Superstition West Treasure Hunters LEARN MORE ABOUT METAL DETECTING... MEET NEW FRIENDS...We Visit Ghost Towns, Stage Stops, Old Forts, Old Mining Camps & More!
Taylor Metal Detectors and Accessories Metal Detectors and accessories Baltimore, Churchville, Maryland - Minelab, Garrett, XP, Fisher, Tesoro, White's, Electroscope.
The Entertaining Hobby of Metal Detecting
In addition to industrial and medical uses, the modern metal detector also provides a wonderful and entertaining pastime for people of all ages. However, it is important to remember that it isn't a hobby without responsibility.
Tri-County Metal Detecting Club
The Tri-County Metal Detecting Club meets once a month in Cortland, Ohio. The meetings are run by the President and informally run under the guidelines of Roberts Rules of Order. The meetings include an evening meal for those present and fun activities are held, not the least of which are a 50/50 drawing and bingo, all with prizes which often include silver coins. In addition, tips and technique are discussed to better prepare the novice for detecting valuable coins, rings, jewelry and relics. Members bring their latest finds to meetings for all to see. Finds are judged by the membership to determine the best of finds in various categories. As an added treat, Tokens are buried in nearby parks which when found can be turned in at club meetings for a sterling award. In summer months the club often goes on group treasure hunts to locations chosen by the membership. The atmosphere at club meetings and events is always cheerful and pleasant with new visitors and new members being welcomed with open arms. New members are currently being sought. All are welcome, both men and women, child and adult. Come to a meeting and discover where treasures hide and fellowship abounds.
Tomball Archeological Recovery Club Tomball Archaeological Recovery Club is a family oriented Metal Detecting Club. We are located in Tomball, Texas. We have monthly meetings where we show off our latest finds and discuss plans for upcoming hunts.
Valley Detector Sales
We look forward to helping you decide on what is the best detector for you. You deserve to talk to someone who has the experience to help guide you to the perfect detector. Internet ads look great and sales pitches come and go but you can't beat hands on experience. We only sell out of
our showroom which allows us to get to know you and your needs. Come to our showroom and talk to us about the type of treasure hunting you are interested in. We will match you up with the right machine for your interest. If you are new to the hobby or just looking for the latest
machine we can help you out. Coin, gold or water machines, we have information for you. We carry a variety of metal detectors and accessories to meet all your needs. We have brands such as White's, Minelab, Tesoro, Garrett and Fisher. You can go from the gold country to underwater with all the latest and greatest equipment available. If we don't have it, we can get it! Gayle can answer most of your questions or
direct you to the right place to find your answer. With his knowledge, experience and excitement about the metal detecting hobby you will find him very helpful.
Villages Treasure Hunters Club We are located in The Villages, Florida and meet on the third Monday of each month at 6:00 PM in the card room of the Tierra Del Sol Country Club (far right of the parking lot). The meetings are informal and usually cover technical topics, some business, sharing of finds and recent trips, question answering, demonstrations and anything of interest to the members. We are usually over by 7:20. Guest are welcome but membership is restricted to residents of The Villages.
Wausau Prospectors Club Wausau Prospectors Club started August, 2007 Wisconsin GPAA Chapter (4th club in Wi) Meetings are the 1st Saturday of month at Cedar Creek Mall in the Community Room 11:00am.
West State Archaeological Society Inc.
Wisconsin Northwood Adventurers
We meet 11am every 2nd Saturday of the month (October or November thru March or April) on the second floor of [B.S. On Main] 34 N. Main St. Rice Lake Wisconsin April or May thru September or October we meet in various outdoor locations (contact us for current schedule)
All meetings include door prize drawings and a pot luck lunch. Door prizes include items donated by members, items received from GPAA headquarters, bags of gold concentrates and silver coins/rounds. All member are encouraged to bring a dish to pass for our pot luck lunch.
During the spring/summer/fall months (April or May thru September or October) we have outdoor activities in various locations to do metal detecting, gold prospecting, and/or rock hounding along with our regular meeting activities.
Membership in our club is FREE and all ages are welcome to join (you do NOT have to be a member of GPAA to join our club). Our members are more than happy to teach and instruct you in various equipment of our hobby and techniques to help make your outdoor experience enjoyable.
Yankee Territory Coinshooters
Hello and welcome friend and fellow detectorist. Yankee Territory Coinshooters is a club formed to enjoy, preserve and protect the hobby of metal detecting. Since January of 1976 our members have been enjoying monthly meetings held the second Tuesday of each month in the basement
of the East Hartford Public Library.
Along with the meetings, members also enjoy a monthly newsletter filled with stories, facts and articles of interest.
Membership in our club can help the experienced as well as the novice detectorist obtain current information from new law updates to just good detecting places and tips.
Be a part of this swiftly growing club. Join and become a Yankee Territory Coinshooter.
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