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    Texas

    My wife and I started the hobby a few months ago. We are from Seguin Texas, so looking for groups or individuals in the area to hunt with.

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    Welcome to the forum! We're glad you joined us. I hope you are able to find someone to hunt with and some good sites to detect. It is a very rewarding hobby but it takes some perseverance.

    Best of luck!
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    Elite Member DaddyDigger's Avatar
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    Wow Texas! Welcome to the forum. Lots of great folks and great advice here. I lived in Texas 4 times and loved every minute of it. Searching for arrowheads, fossils, and anything else. Lot's of old west forts and battles from Indian Wars to research and detect! Happy Hunting, Dave.
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    Welcome from Ohio what machines are you using and have you found anything good
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    Global Moderator Ill Digger's Avatar
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    Welcome to the forum from another Illinoisan!
    You also might look into local metal detecting clubs. That's a great way to meet others in the hobby. Plus members are always helpful to beginners. They'll be full of tips and tricks from the hobby. Like researching and gaining permissions to some, hopefully virgin, sites and private properties.
    GL& HH!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ill Digger View Post
    Welcome to the forum from another Illinoisan!
    Did I miss something? Wouldn't be the first time.
    Welcome!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OxShoeDrew View Post
    Did I miss something? Wouldn't be the first time.
    Welcome!!!!
    Where have you been Drew. The Republic of Texas annexed Illinois last year to get access to Lake Michigan.

    Welcome aboard Texas. I've been through Sequin. Nice area.
    Oldest find: 5,000 year old copper spearhead
    Oldest coin: 1699 William III halfpenny
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