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Old 02-03-2006, 08:35 PM
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Default Where can I hunt in the Daytona/New Smyrna Beach area of Fla

Florida Beaches!!! Anyone aware of rules and restrictions in this area... I'm only here for a few days and don't want to spend it doing research or getting out of jail...

I should get my new DFX tomorrow and need someplace to test drive it...

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Old 02-03-2006, 08:49 PM
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Old 02-03-2006, 08:53 PM
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I think if you stay out of the water along the treasure coast your fine but if I'm wrong and you go to jail... I wouldn't mind breaking in your new DFX... I'll even send you reports while you're serving your time


http://dhr.dos.state.fl.us/archaeolo...ldetecting.pdf

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Daytona and New Smyrna are fine...... (Was just there myself....)

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Daytona and New Smyrna are fine...... (Was just there myself....)
Larry and I went there today, no wonder we found nothing

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Originally Posted by Cfmct View post
I think if you stay out of the water along the treasure coast your fine but if I'm wrong and you go to jail... I wouldn't mind breaking in your new DFX... I'll even send you reports while you're serving your time


http://dhr.dos.state.fl.us/archaeolo...ldetecting.pdf
Those beaches are far from the Treasure Coast leases. 95% of Fl is legal to hunt in or out as you wish. I love Fl. It has been in the low 80's for two weeks and next week is the same. Water temps are almost 70 now. Nice.
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Larry and I went there today, no wonder we found nothing
Ask Larry if he got my email. Gator Nationals in 2 weeks. 330 MPH drag racing.
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Stay away from the being in the water at the Sebastian inlet. Beach there is legal. Have fun. All around Daytona is great. I found gold behind our condo north of Daytona beach years ago.

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Ask Larry if he got my email. Gator Nationals in 2 weeks. 330 MPH drag racing.
Will do!

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Ask Larry if he got my email. Gator Nationals in 2 weeks. 330 MPH drag racing.
Hey, do you realize that you're hijacking an 12 year old thread?........

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Hey, do you realize that you're hijacking an 12 year old thread?........


Iím glad this thread is resurrected! Iíve been down to Daytona and itís nice to get a little reminder.


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Stay away from the being in the water at the Sebastian inlet. Beach there is legal. Have fun. All around Daytona is great. I found gold behind our condo north of Daytona beach years ago.
Scuba, are you near Sebastian inlet now? And yes you are right stay out of the water there and don't hunt in the park. Don't dare go around treasure museum to hunt.

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Old 02-20-2018, 12:07 PM
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Scuba, are you near Sebastian inlet now? And yes you are right stay out of the water there and don't hunt in the park. Don't dare go around treasure museum to hunt.
We just went to the museum. Didn't hunt anywhere near there. My hunting is over till my feet heal. That needs to be before March 15th when I go to Cancun

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