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Ghost town emerges

xwyokid

Active member
Any guys hitting the ghost town that has emerged with the water levels going down in Lake Mead?
 

Roscue2

New member
No, but with ths drought in CA there have been many structures appearing below reservoirs highlines such as bridges and old dams.
 

MassSaltH2O

New member
I havent heard of it but it sounds very interesting.
I hope to be in the Lake Mead area sometime soon.
What was the name of this town, if it's not confidential?
 

Sanderling

Member
Betting there are a ton of beer cans in all that muck. Hoping you all find some great stuff. Let us know if anyone gets the chance to hunt it before it disappears again.
 

BobOso

Member
you cannot MD in lake mead, it is a state park they will take your vehicle, and your metal detectors.The Ghost town in the lake is protected.
 

DaveNV

Member
You're undoubtedly thinking of St Thomas. Well, forget it. Lake Mead is a Federal National Recreation area and the Feds don't take kindly to metal detectors anywhere within its boundaries.
 

Cal_Cobra

Active member
DaveNV said:
You're undoubtedly thinking of St Thomas. Well, forget it. Lake Mead is a Federal National Recreation area and the Feds don't take kindly to metal detectors anywhere within its boundaries.
Not sure that's entirely true. I forget which program it was, but one of the programs where they detect for meteorites was filmed at Lake Mead. Could be different rules apply for meteorites or surface minerals versus "relics".
 
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