Tip video #2. Maps + Apps= Cellar hole

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01-25-2016, 02:04 PM
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Tip video #2. Maps + Apps= Cellar hole
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqWd8CiI8iE

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01-25-2016, 08:28 PM
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Thanks for sharing your work, it sounds simple and fun

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01-25-2016, 08:57 PM
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Super simple, very fun and extremely productive! Works every time!

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01-25-2016, 08:57 PM
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RelicMedic, nice video. I have a little experience doing this. Biggest problem is the land down here is privately own, fenced in most the time. I have used the program call Maprika which allows you to overlay map and track your movement with GPS from google maps. By the way, my wife is a Certified Cadastral mapper for Florida. I need to ask her to help me find those spots. But, will still have to obtain permissions. Anyway, thank you so much.

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01-25-2016, 09:01 PM
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Great research! I use the USGS maps which I can download from their site on PDF and then compare them to the county assessor's maps and aerials from 1952, which is as far as they go back here. I don't over do it as there are so many and it takes so long to ID at least a few that may do well for detecting. Or, in other words, what's on public land I can detect on and what's not. Surprisingly I've found a few I can hunt. And it turns out to be a rewarding experience sometimes. Thanks for the info!

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01-25-2016, 09:47 PM
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(01-25-2016 08:57 PM)updownup Wrote:  RelicMedic, nice video. I have a little experience doing this. Biggest problem is the land down here is privately own, fenced in most the time. I have used the program call Maprika which allows you to overlay map and track your movement with GPS from google maps. By the way, my wife is a Certified Cadastral mapper for Florida. I need to ask her to help me find those spots. But, will still have to obtain permissions. Anyway, thank you so much.


I use Maprika as well. Accurate to less than 10'! Can't beat that! My next tip video is on asking permission . It seems to be a widely talked about topic amongst new detectorists, so I want to give a little blurb on that. I have pretty good luck with it. Geez yeah, if your wife is a cadastral mapper, she would be the one to ask about it!! I still have to get permission as well. That's why I didn't say that I'm going back there as soon as the snow melts. I don't have permission. Luckily, I know the guy who owns all of that land, so permission should be easy Happy

(01-25-2016 09:01 PM)Ohio Dirt Fisher Wrote:  Great research! I use the USGS maps which I can download from their site on PDF and then compare them to the county assessor's maps and aerials from 1952, which is as far as they go back here. I don't over do it as there are so many and it takes so long to ID at least a few that may do well for detecting. Or, in other words, what's on public land I can detect on and what's not. Surprisingly I've found a few I can hunt. And it turns out to be a rewarding experience sometimes. Thanks for the info!

Ed


You guys have an awesome system for research! We don't have that option up here. Gotta take the long way around lol.

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