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Start typing to Search Search. On the grid Many treasure hunters find the most success by being methodical. Where metal-detecting is allowed, by area The following list which is not comprehensive helps to target where metal-detecting is allowed — and prohibited — all over Florida. As always, stay off of the dunes and follow the code of ethics. However, no metal shovels are allowed, and no holes bigger than two feet.
Visit Pensacola Metal-detecting is permitted on the beaches. However, be aware of crossing into National Parks, where metal detecting is prohibited, and also military installations, which will have their own regulations. Visit South Walton Metal-detecting is permitted on public beaches.
Visit Jacksonville Metal-detecting is permitted on public beaches. Flagler County Tourism Development Council There are no restrictions for using a metal detector on the beaches. However, particularly during turtle nesting season, remember to fill in any holes you make. Central Florida Visit St.
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Citrus County Visitors and Convention Bureau Metal-detecting is permitted, and no permit is required. Florida's Space Coast Office of Tourism Metal-detecting is permitted in Brevard County Parks, but not in or near playgrounds or athletic fields, or on endangered lands. Here is a list of parks: www. As always, fill in any holes you create. Indian River County Chamber of Commerce Tourism Division Metal-detecting is permitted; however, removing natural elements from parks and beaches along with excavations is prohibited.
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Visitor are reminded to stay off of the dunes and to never to disturb turtle nests. On the beaches, ordinances prohibit digging and removal of objects, which rules out metal-detecting.
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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Oct 11, Paul rated it really liked it. That being said it is still worth any detecorist having in their reading material whether a newbie, a hobbyist or a professional. Jerryjc rated it really liked it Jul 20, Mr J D Marshall rated it it was ok Oct 17, Uncle Al rated it really liked it Jun 26, Gloria Mahaffey rated it really liked it Dec 01, Stephen C M Lane rated it liked it Apr 16, Patricia Wicherski rated it it was amazing Dec 08, The Excalibur II can be used in areas where a high concentration of minerals and salt often makes searching impossible between low tide and high tide at sea.
The Excalibur II works the same as the Minelab Sovereign with 17 frequencies, optimising the depth range for both small coins and large objects.
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Many people think this is the best underwater metal detector and I can't admit that I am one of them. The Excalibur II is great for the water but if you also want to search on land this is not the best choice. The Minelab has excellent features such as its ground cancelling which gives you much less false signals underwater, but also its discrimination and sensitivity features work perfectly. Halfway through White's also released a replacement for the White's Coinmaster series, the White's TreasurePro and Treasuremaster which are very well suited for starters in the metal detector hobby.
For hunters who want to search on both land or underwater, the MX Sport is a fantastic detector with a fast recovery speed. This metal detector is ALL-Terrain and waterproof up to 3 meters.
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In addition, the MX Sport is very good for hunting on the beach and mineral soils. With its weight of 1. With its The MX Sport has 6 self-adjustable search programs, and comes with a very good lightweight headphones which is not waterproof. A waterproof headset is also available as an accessory. The detector does come with free accessories such as a discovery bag, an adjustable detector bag, a sandscoop, batteries and a waterproof adapter cable for the headphones.
The Tiger Shark is a real diving detector but also works very well on the beach or fields. With a maximum dive depth of 60 metres, you don't have to be afraid of water damage to this metal detector. The Tiger Shark is equipped with salt and freshwater modes. The detector is very sensitive to golden chains and other small golden objects that are hard to find. This refers to broken rings, earrings and necklaces and bracelets. That's why this detector is the favourite for low-water seekers, who finally want to find something other than just gold rings and coins.