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    Question for members

    Hey everyone!! Moose here. Maybe it's already been asked, and sorry if this is a repeat. But, who all on here has their hunts on YouTube that I can follow. I have seen every one that Tony two-cent, and Digger Don has put on ( which I loved very much). Just looking for more to add to watching. I enjoy seeing peoples hunts. The learning I can get from it. And most of all, the detecting fever a video can give, to walk right out the door and go hunt. Thanks all. And come on warmer weather #groundlikeconcrete

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    I've inadvertently been in some videos but i don't take any video of my hunts , to be honest it takes away from my actual time detecting . sorry
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    Quote Originally Posted by del View Post
    I've inadvertently been in some videos but i don't take any video of my hunts , to be honest it takes away from my actual time detecting . sorry
    Totally understand that. Me personally, I'm so slow, I cant afford the time spent. Lol. But the ones that do, like Two-cent, as a viewer ,and love for all things in the detecting world, i appreciate the time they took doing it, for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by del View Post
    I've inadvertently been in some videos but i don't take any video of my hunts , to be honest it takes away from my actual time detecting . sorry
    Hi Moose!
    Yeah, I understand Dan's thought...I actually bought a gopro a few years back and posted a few vids. I very quickly lost interest. I don't like having to narrate and edit.
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    I've never done it. It always seemed like too much work to me and likely distracting from the enjoyment of the hunt. But a lot of detectorists do it so maybe I'm just lazy. I do enjoy watching detecting vids if they are done well, many are not though. Also if a detecting video intro is more than 3 seconds long, I won't watch it. I am bored after 2 seconds.
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    Tony two-cent and Digger Don are my detecting video heroes!
    Oldest Coin: 100-60 BC Gallic Coin (Sequani Tribe)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Full Metal Digger View Post
    Tony two-cent and Digger Don are my detecting video heroes!
    As it should be!


    Thanks Dave, although you find much cooler stuff than we do!!!
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    Thanks Moose, I appreciate you watching!
    I'm sure you're already watching Dave's videos. He finds the coolest stuff over in Germany.
    Maybe this spring, Tim and I can meet up with you and Tony for a hunt!
    Till then, stay safe out there!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lodge Scent View Post
    I've never done it. It always seemed like too much work to me and likely distracting from the enjoyment of the hunt. But a lot of detectorists do it so maybe I'm just lazy. I do enjoy watching detecting vids if they are done well, many are not though. Also if a detecting video intro is more than 3 seconds long, I won't watch it. I am bored after 2 seconds.
    Same here. I will not watch any channel with an intro. Some talk for three minutes before digging. Some have 30 seconds of music before digging. Some even have 30 seconds of music and then an intro. Ain't nobody got time for that.
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    one of my favorite videos it was fun to make even though i didn't have to film it 1789 GEORGE WASHINGTON BUTTON BONANZA WHITE'S METAL DETECTING!!!!!! - YouTube
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    Hi Moose!

    Be sure to watch Full Metal Digger's videos! Another of my favorites is a guy in New England named Mud Dog Mandy. Another one is a guy in Germany named Terra Germania. He finds a lot of Roman and medieval coins and relics.
    Lifetime totals:
    9 Large Cents, 395 Indian Heads, 2 Two Cent Pieces, 1 Capped Bust Half Dime, 1 Seated Half Dime, 10 Shield Nickels, 67 V Nickels, 122 Buffalo Nickels, 31 War Nickels, 16 Seated Dimes, 128 Barber Dimes, 386 Mercury Dimes, 240 Rosies, 4 Seated Quarters, 15 Barber Quarters, 17 Standing Liberty Quarters, 86 Silver Washingtons, 1 Seated Half, 3 Barber Halves, 16 Walking Liberty Halves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Two-Cent View Post
    Hi Moose!

    Be sure to watch Full Metal Digger's videos! Another of my favorites is a guy in New England named Mud Dog Mandy. Another one is a guy in Germany named Terra Germania. He finds a lot of Roman and medieval coins and relics.
    Awesome Tony!! Thanks , I'll sure give them a watch. And on a side note.... the fellas up there talking about intros...lol... I love the one where you pull in in your truck. Dont lose that intro. Ha!! Its good. And I know that's not what they are meaning. The long long ones, I've seen and know what they are saying. And Digger Don, I'm 100% on board with going on a hunt with everyone. Would be a blast!

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