Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Shrews1994, Dec 26, 2018.
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Always show your finds to the property owner and offer to share some with him/her.
This creates good good will and increases your chance of getting more permissions in that neighborhood.
1. Always check Federal, State and local laws regarding metal detecting before searching.
2. Respect land owners and always obtain permission before entering private property.
3. Always use proper recovery methods. Fill all holes and do no damage.
4. Always take your trash with you; leave the area better than you found it.
5. Appreciate and protect our heritage of natural resources, wildlife and private property.
6. As an ambassador of the sport, use thoughtfulness, consideration and courtesy at all times.
7. Never damage or remove any historically significant or archeological treasures.
8. Always leave gates as found, and never tamper with signs or equipment.
9. Do not destroy property, buildings, or what is left of any deserted ghost towns or structures.
The homeowner may imagine a whole different kind of digging:
Yeh, the series of Oak Island programs can cause owners some grief.
Well if your ever in Oklahoma I have 130 Acres your welcome to search you have to split with me (Lol).
Then it's not worth it!
I know. Anyone else?
I stay away from private property and restricted parks.. Most of my hunts I do at public beaches and parks that are listed and allowed on my Metal Detector Permit I renew every year. It's a long list here in NYC so I am lucky.. Most NYC Parks Departments Rangers know me already and the guys in my detecting club so they don't even bother us.
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