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Attached is 2017 WWATS Rendezvous Hunt in Antlers, Oklahoma, at K River Camp Grounds www.kriver.com .
Always a new and different type of hunt will take place.
WWATS is having three events for the 2017 year, so be sure to put this on your calendars or visit the website at www.wwats.org
First will be the big WWATS Ultimate Treasure and Gold Show in Cortez, Colorado at the fair grounds May 5th to 7th. In separate building will be an Outdoor Show and a Gun Show and others. There will be plenty to do and see, also historic small towns around and the famous Train Ride in Durango, Colorado. Don’t want to miss this one. Large Kid hunt only, NO folks open hunt!
Second will be the WWATS Rendezvous Hunt in Mancos, Colorado at the Four Corners Christian Camp on June 16th thru 18th, 2017, beautiful mountain surroundings on a lake, very wonderful and relaxing camp.
Third will be the WWATS Rendezvous Hunt in Antlers, Oklahoma at K River Camp Grounds on October 14th and 15th on the river under tall beautiful trees.
Flyers are on the front page of www.wwats.org check them out!! Keith Wills, VP WWATS
I use the XP Deus. Still learning the machine. The light weight is one of the reasons I wanted one. The other thing I really liked about it was the fast response time.
I'm looking for a metal detecting group in or around Houston, Texas. I am new to hunting and also a female and need a partner or group to hunt with. I don't want to go to lots, beaches, etc. by myself.
Since this site doesn't get much activity, I am not inclined to pay for a membership; however, if it was free, I feel that a lot more people would join and take the time to try and get to know other and also enjoy this forum. I realize you have to pay for a database but you could always take donations. I'm sure people would get involved and as they find cool things or money, they would take the time to donate some of their finds money to this site. We need to be able to contact others to find groups and outings.
My name is Doris López. And I have spent a couple of months figuring out the LUE Map.
The Map has another map in it. I'm from Costa Rica and I only speak Spanish. (I got help to translate this).
I Would like some help and some information about the place were the treasure is located. I got all the information regarding the map. Can anyone reach me at my phone number? 00 506 86956019.
Have a good week.
Well I'm fairly new. Just started this year.
I have a compadre and I found a used deleon on the bay. Haven't had a day to take out the Deleon yet, but tried the compadre once. Michigan weather won't break!!!
So far I like the compadre!! One knob wonder
I'm fairly new to the hobby this year. I have a compadre 8" and found a used deleon on the bay. Only had the chance to take out the compadre once but so far I like it!!!
Michigan weather won't break!!!
I am currently using one or the other and find that the AT Gold is a more effective machine especially since I added a NEL Tornado Coil. I bought the AT Pro as an upgrade from the ACE 350 and it was just that a major upgrade I found that the Pro has only one advantage over the Gold and that is when using it on a Salt Water Beach otherwise the Gold is 10 times better at discrimination and even depth......Does anyone else use both of these detectors? I love both of them I am though going to add a XP Dues to the stable very soon..... Thanks for any feedback and good luck dirt fishing to all......20160120_164739-1_resized%201%202_zpsm0blay73.jpg
There seems to be more and more Detectorists using the XP Deus and was wondering how many of our members have one and what success they have been having. I've had mine 7 months and love it, especially the light weight. Took it to Colchester, England for a two week hunt in October and was pleased with the results.
How many Tesoro users here? What model/s do you use?
I have the new black Vaquero with the 8x11 coil, and a Silver umax. Love tesoro machines!!
Just found out a very special friend of ours went to see the Lord
He was awesome to be around and helped everyone with a smile,
He was a true man Marine, A true Husband and a Friend to all
David Ringquist Gods speed to you
and Prayers to Joanne his Lovely Wife
Dave was the care taker for years at the Stanton camp
I'm a disabled vet that spends my winter and fall months, tracking down old prospector mines in the Ouachita mountains with my 14 year old nephew. I would love to hear from anyone about this topic. I mainly work the Polk and Montgomery counties.
June 23rd at 6:30 PM I will be a guest speaker on Gold Radio Talk on the Internet. A link to get to the site is below! I will be speaking on a number of things such as the success I have in my travels to Washington D.C. for our hobbies, my efforts to assist those with problems in the many court rooms I have visited in behalf of those needing help in our hobbies. Also the many talks with several State’s congress and senate representatives over the years and why I now support as an officer WWATS.ORG and it’s efforts to work in behalf of the many folks that enjoy our outdoor activities in prospecting, metal detecting, rock hounding, arrowhead collecting, fishing, hunting, and more on our public lands.
It is my hope that you can make time to listen and or call-in and talk with me!!
Thanks so much, Keith Wills
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