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#1

Derka
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Joined: 23 April 2019
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05 May 2019 08:28 am

Hi All,

As a metal detectorist,I fill my holes but often rake up massive piles of leaves to get closer to the ground. Is it etiquette to rake the leaves back after Ive finished detecting?

Thanks

#2

Booney
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05 May 2019 08:55 am

Think you’ve answered your own question there mate best leave it how you found it otherwise gives detectorists a bad reputation. Cheers Booney.

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RM Outback
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05 May 2019 09:51 am

Booney wrote:

Think you’ve answered your own question there mate best leave it how you found it otherwise gives detectorists a bad reputation. Cheers Booney.

Ditto 100

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ctxkid
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05 May 2019 10:10 am

let the next detectorist work for it as well , i try to not even leave foot prints


...................................................Such is life........................................................
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#5

Derka
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05 May 2019 10:09 pm

Thanks guys. Looks like I did answer my own question argh

#6

Ward69
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05 May 2019 10:46 pm

If you think about it, the oldes didn’t leave much around, with thousands of miners and hundreds of years later, there’s not much there put from old boot tacs. It’s only recent 50 stuff and now 2000 rubish

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