In this series, we have selected 100 metal detecting finds that were extremely difficult to detect and recover, and provide details on the circumstances and techniques that contributed to their successful recovery.
KEEPER: Pictured in the center is my best find from a seeded club hunt. 1925 Stone Mountain Memorial Half.
SITE: Club hunt in a park
SITE EVALUATION: 10 of 10 A seeded hunt is simply one in which finds are planted for a detecting club picnic or other event. You are guaranteed to find some stuff. I found over 80 coins, and a token which won me a metal detector!
PERMISSION: Nominal entry fee with club membership.
Seeded Hunt: Seeded hunts really allow you to work on and analyze your pinpointing skills and recovery speed. For detailed tips for approaching a seeded hunt, check out this article.
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