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chuckster11

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Posted: 02/10/12 12:21am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Yeah, one uppity Arkansas State Ranger and a lost contact or dropped lower plate could be a problem. However, taking this literally, one could legitimately decline to pick up their dog's droppings ("organic material") but I won't be the Huckleberry that tries that tactic.

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chuckster11 wrote:

Yeah, one uppity Arkansas State Ranger and a lost contact or dropped lower plate could be a problem. However, taking this literally, one could legitimately decline to pick up their dog's droppings ("organic material") but I won't be the Huckleberry that tries that tactic.
Yeah, apply the 'Zero-tolerance' policy.


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Back to the subject. A friend of mine lives in Tuson and hunts in the desert a good deal of the time. Now whether he finds anything (looks for gold nuggets) is another question. It is good exercise however - especially jumping away from the sliders with rattles on their tails.

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I have found a few rattlers myself with my detecter.

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OP, I don't know for sure, but you may find that rules in national & state forests, game lands, etc., are less restrictive. I know when I looked into gold panning in the streams in Pisgah NF a few years back, it was allowed. Not that I ever found anything....

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"OP, I don't know for sure, but you may find that rules in national & state forests, game lands, etc., are less restrictive."

Wanted to get a metal detector a few years ago and from researching, state, federal, and forest seemed more restrictive; enough so that I gave up on buying a metal detector.


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