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March 30, 2021 03:11PM
Ok you treasure hunting experts. I need some direction as to hunting a 150 year old mill race that is eight blocks long. It is not much today. Back at the turn of the 1900's to 1940's it was a place to swim, fish, and row a boat down. Several times a year the town would sponsor sporting contest there. According to newspaper accounts the banks of the Mill Race was shoulder to shoulder with youth and parents along both sides of the Race. It was a very major event for the town and surrounding area.

Today this once thriving Race is nothing more than a small stream two to four foot deep with small trees growing from its bank. A walking trail is now on the south side of it the north side has a housing division on three blocks of it on the northeast side. Otherwise the city owns it I have permission to hunt. Big question is how do I go about hunting around all of the small trees? The best spot to start at and how close to the bank should I start. To my knowledge no one has had a detector on this ground. One of those places that are going to be very good or bad. Largely forgotten that it was once a active recreational spot. Thank you in advance for any advice.

All the Best

Senior Deacon

Postscript: the trees are anywhere from 5 inches to two feet apart and are 3 to 5 inches inches in diameter. Never had to hunt in trees like this before.
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What Direction

Senior Deacon 100 March 30, 2021 03:11PM

Comments about your site, and some hunting tips:

Monte 68 March 31, 2021 05:14AM

Take a buddy with you. . . . . Attachments

UtahRich 54 March 31, 2021 12:34AM

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zincoln 35 March 30, 2021 09:27PM

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Timbertodd 41 March 30, 2021 03:38PM

Re: What Direction, I can't tell you what direstion to go, but have some advice

Hombre 55 March 30, 2021 03:32PM



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