How to easily find a hunting partner. Digger’s Way

The main problem for a newbie is that he doesn’t know where to go on a treasure hunt. Do you hope that anybody will take you along and show his rich hunting spots? There exists an old rule for hunters, take note of it and anyone will be ready to go with you.

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When looking for a new hunting buddy, remember: nobody wants to reveal his spots. But anyone, however, is ready to reconnoiter the new sites.

Suggest reconnoitering the new hunting sites. Split the expenses fifty-fifty. And it is fair enough. In the process of such reconnoitering, a beginning hunter will receive his initial knowledge, where as an experienced hunter will have a companion. And both will get their common hunting spot, due to which these fellow diggers will probably buddy up.

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2 Responses to How to easily find a hunting partner. Digger’s Way

  • Choose your detectingbuddies with care!
    In the past I’ve had some bad experiences with a few, losing permissions because of their behaviour.

  • I am an experienced detector who enjoys hunting along very old railroad grades, those of the link and pin era, which are mostly old logging railroad grades. I hunt in the central-western part of Lower Michigan, centered on but not restricted to the Lake County area. My long-time hunting partner has some health problems which are restricting/prohibiting him from going out with me, and its more enjoyable (and safer!) to go deep into the woods, on public land, with a partner.

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