I constantly get chastised for not sharing more “Experiences, tips, how-to’s” etc. so I’ve gathered up a few older posts that might fit those categories and listed them below. Just click on them to read.
I want also to remind you that there’s a lot of very good info shared by other detectorists in the Question and Answer sessions.
Old Folks = Old Finds
Discrimination – It’s a Crapshoot
Are We Becoming Overly Sensitive?
Different Strokes for Different Folks
Old Homesites – Old Notes
But How Deep Will it Go?
No Such Thing
Treasure Hunting symbols
Old Homesites & More
The Simplex SP22 & 24 Searchcoils
The Nokta Makro Simplex+
A Difference Maker
To clean or Not to Clean Part II
To Clean of Not to Clean Part I
Before You Open Your Wallet (Buying a detector)
Sit Back & We’ll Do the Work For You
Really Not That Complicated
And You Won’t Get Warts or Go Blind (Buying a detector)
How the Brits Do It (John Howland)
Is it the Detector or is it You?
No Need to Knock Yourself Out
Detectors – My Take
Practicalities & Fieldcraft in the UK (John Howland)
The Learning Curve Has Disappeared
John Winter & US Dog Tags (John Winter)
We Love Rocket Science (Buying a detector)
Knock, Knock Who’s There?
Treasure Master – First Impressions
Treasure Master, a Second Look
Finding the Very Best Detector (Buying a detector)
The Silver Bullet Syndrome
The Bare Necessities
Bubba’s Turn (Nel Coils-John Howland)
Three More Takes of the MXT-Pro
The Beach & the AT-Pro (John Howland)
Metal Detectors – Which One to Buy
A Guest Post by Joe Patrick
Ground Balancing for Increased Finds (John Howland)
Who are the Best Hunters & Why
The 1916 Quarter – One Titilating Coin
Why Are You Using That Detector?
The Beginner & the Best Detector on the Market (Buying a detector)
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Many thanks to UK treasure hunter John Howland for keeping the Malamute Saloon alive and kicking.