Discover three steps that will make you a treasure finder not a treasure hunter. Having the right mindset is even more important than having the best metal detecting equipment. Build your coin collection much faster by following these steps.
Treasure Hunting is a lot like going Fishing. Most people go "fishin" not catching. A friend of mine named Jack, a fresh-water fishing guide, had the right approach to fishing. Jack had a catching mind set. Before he would go fishing he would determine how many fish he was going to catch. He practiced a spiritual approach of taking authority over the fish. If he said he would catch 17 bass that day, he would. When he caught his total the fishing day was over. If you were with him and he caught his total for that day, he would load the boat and go home regardless of how many fish you caught.
This article will present information to stimulate your thinking for finding treasure in your own back yard. The backyard we are referring to is, the town where you live.
This information works very well if you have lived in your current town for 30+ years. If not, don't worry we'll show you how to locate these hot spots for treasure hunting.
I was sitting on the back porch one day thinking of places I could go coin shooting in my town. Since I have lived in the community for 40 years, I saw my town grow from 135,000 to just
under 1 million today. Most of the old fairgrounds and carnival sites have been developed and has made way for real estate building. What I was looking for was one of these old locations that had not been developed.
An example of buried treasure? As a young man I buried 100 ounces of silver under my parents house. There was a crawl space that could be accessed from the basement. I pulled the plastic back that covered the dirt, and roughly five feet out from the west and south walls dug a hole. I put my plastic container with it's ten ten-ounce bars of silver into it, covered it up and left it there for years.
Metal detecting is fast becoming one of the hottest hobbies in town. You have heard of metal detectionists making tidy sums selling pieces at parks, churches and on beaches. Your friend has bought a metal detector and you too are itching to buy your very own metal detector and start to make some money. But hang on, getting the basics on metal detectors would definitely help!
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