Recently I've been hunting a road construction in Enid. The location was in between the present day Garfield County Courthouse and the U.S. Post Office. The street covered up the 2nd Garfield Co. Courthouse that was destroyed by fire in January 29th, 1931.
After the success of the first day, we were anxious to get back to our new honey hole. With the CTX3030 loaded with my favorite setting, we began where we had left off. I had marked where my grid was from the previous day, pulled the marker and began to work.....
Recently Gonehunting for History and Silver Fiend http://www.TheSilverFiend.com has been teaming up to hit new properties. Most of the time we find a few goodies, but this last weekend was a slam dunk for us both...
This last weekend I was fortunate enough to hunt 3 days. 2 of the was some sort of a struggle.. Whether it was a construction site or a courtyard that every hunter in the county had hit..
I had one more try at the property from the last trip. This time I was able to detect the back and the joining yard. I started late one even at dark and the very first target of the yard was a promising find...
Here is the video footage on the last couple of hunting trips.. Hope you enjoy!
Not expanding your detecting area is like a Chemist with no diseases to cure.. For the last several months I have not hunted that much do to the fact of covering everything in my area. After a while, you get in a rut and you will get rusty.. well at least my shovel did..
I was anxious to get back to the house I had hunted the day before. The chance of finding more relics and silver was too much not to go.
I got there rather late and the landowner was there. He had to eat so I turned on the GPS and went to griding.
I was driving through a neighborhood that I had hunted numerous times. There is a two story that has been vacant for years and I have never had a chance to hunt it. As I was driving by, I saw a man walking around doing some repairs and I stopped and inquired about the home.
I have been wanting to use the Garrett AT Pro lately and today I got the chance. I went to town and gained permission at an old lot. It was next to a home built in the early 1900′s.