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Anyone used to live and detect in Atlanta and know some great places that you used hunt?

pulltabfelix

Well-known member
Metro Atlanta is a tough place to find silver coins. I am looking for good coin or civil war relic hunting spots in metro Atlanta. If you used to hunt these areas back in the 70's and 80's and wouldn't mind sharing the locations, please send me a private message. Thanks
 

Wild Willy

Well-known member
Pulltab, I lived in the Cobb country area from 5/86 to 4/94 and hunted a lot but found very little. I don't remember going anywhere in that area without seeing others detecting. Don't want to seem discouraging but maybe I simply did not know what I was doing. I definitely was not an expert then ----or now.
 

pulltabfelix

Well-known member
Pulltab, I lived in the Cobb country area from 5/86 to 4/94 and hunted a lot but found very little. I don't remember going anywhere in that area without seeing others detecting. Don't want to seem discouraging but maybe I simply did not know what I was doing. I definitely was not an expert then ----or now.
 

pulltabfelix

Well-known member
That is pretty much what some older detectorists locally have told me.70's & 80's there were lots of detectorists hunting cobb county because one that was the boom times for new homes in Cobb County with pretty decent average income hence ability to buy good detectors. Plus whites had some good detectors back then. Now I rarely if ever see a detectorist hunting CW relics. One time ran into a guy with an 800 hunting the same areas. Talked to him, and he was not finding anything much like me. But I have not given up, some CW areas are accessible still and we all know there still has to be some CW relics left.
 
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