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I've been doing it a long time, have found a lot of stuff, generally get a ring every third trip out.

I scan Craig's list and also buy detectors that people get discouraged and unload cheap and resell for a decent profit. Pm me

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Don't get me wrong, I'm not in this hobby to make $ or take advantage of anyone especially brothers and sisters. I only buy/sell 3-4 machines a year. So if I said anything wrong, I apologize. Please don't take it the wrong way

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Don't get me wrong, I'm not in this hobby to make $ or take advantage of anyone especially brothers and sisters. I only buy/sell 3-4 machines a year. So if I said anything wrong, I apologize. Please don't take it the wrong way

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Nothing wrong with promoting your hobby! :)  Wife and I going to check it out. Camping weather coming up soon. Not soon enough but soon.

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The thing with dirt fishing is once the initial cost is spent, everything else is going back into the cost. It pays for itself. Although you have to spend for batteries, unless you get rechargeable batteries.

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The thing with dirt fishing is once the initial cost is spent, everything else is going back into the cost. It pays for itself. Although you have to spend for batteries, unless you get rechargeable batteries.

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I was so hoping your were into noodling, would love to have heard your experience with it but looking for lost treasure is great too. I wish there was a detector for Native American Arrowheads, we live on an old indian site where a chief was buried. 

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Noodling is fishing using your fingers as the bait.

 


Noodling is fishing for catfish using only bare hands, practiced primarily in the southern United States. The noodler places his hand inside a discovered catfish hole. Many other names, such as catfisting, grabbling, graveling, hogging, cat-daddling, dogging, gurgling, tickling and stumping, are used in different regions for the same activity.

The term "noodling", although today used primarily towards the capture of flathead catfish, can and has been applied to all hand fishing methods, regardless of the method or species of fish sought

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OLD that's the best I can do. He said it was now out in the storage shed. I haven't been in the shed for years. When he bought it,he never bought anything but the best. He said he forgot all about it until I mentioned it. He has toys in there that he hasn't looked at in 30 yrs. He needs to have a yard sale. :o  :angry:  :headphones:

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