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STONE MOUNTAIN TREASURE HUNTERS


Metal Detecting Club of Metro Atlanta, GA

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STONE MOUNTAIN TREASURE HUNTERS


Metal Detecting Club of Metro Atlanta, GA

WELCOME TO THE HOME OF S.M.T.H. ON THE WEB

The Stone Mountain Treasure Hunters metal detecting club is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and protection of the hobby of recreational metal detecting. The club is made up of people around the metro Atlanta, Georgia area.

Currently, our membership includes approximately 40 members of all ages, ranging from those with over 30 years of experience metal detecting to the newcomers in this fantastic hobby of treasure hunting. Our treasure hunting club activities include monthly meetings, social hunts, and competition metal detecting hunts for silver coins and prizes. Everyone is welcome to attend our meetings in Duluth, Georgia so come on down and get in on the action.

It is our desire that you will find our treasure hunting club website informative, educational and entertaining. Our metal detecting club membership is mainly interested in three faucets of treasure hunting: these are coin-shooting, beach and water hunting, and Civil War relic hunting. We also have members interested in gold prospecting, bottle hunting, rock & gem collecting, and Indian artifacts.

Stone Mountain Treasure Hunters club would like to extend an invitation to anyone interested in metal detecting to attend one of our monthly treasure hunting meetings. Visitors are given a "goodie bag" with product literature from the various metal detector manufactures, sponsoring metal detector dealers info, a metal detecting magazine, and treasure hunting promotional items.

Most meetings will include a presentation from one of the members or a guest speaker on metal detecting equipment, target recovery methods, how to clean and protect your finds, historical information research or other treasure hunting related topics.

 

CLUB MEETINGS

Next Monthly Meeting:

Tuesday, July 26th

Gwinnett County Fire Station #5
3001 Old Norcross Road
Duluth, GA 30096

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MONTHLY FINDS


Check out some of the interesting items that our members recovered this month!

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MONTHLY FINDS


Check out some of the interesting items that our members recovered this month!

FIND OF THE MONTH

may 2016

Andy Cohen found this wedding ring with his CTX3030. Congrats Andy!

Andy Cohen found this wedding ring with his CTX3030. Congrats Andy!


AUGUST Guest Speaker: Butch Holcombe

Butch Holcombe of American Digger Magazine dropped by to give us a presentation on some of his amazing recent finds.

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MANY HAPPY RETURNS


Stories and pictures of items returned to their owners.

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MANY HAPPY RETURNS


Stories and pictures of items returned to their owners.

The links below feature stories and pictures of items returned to their original owners. Featured here is a ring found by Stone Mountain Treasure Hunter club member and President Mark Whipkey and returned to it's owner.

Another happy return from another member, Britain Lockhart. Britain is in the 8th grade and helped his math teacher find her lost engagement ring. He also helped his neighbor find his wedding ring lost while playing basketball. Way to go Britain! See the links below with all the details of these finds.

Engagement Ring →

Megan's Ring →

Math Teacher's Ring →

Wedding Ring

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CLUB HUNTS


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CLUB HUNTS

Check out photos from our 2016 Spring Beach Hunt & Picnic!

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Spring Beach Hunt and Picnic at Mary Alice Park

2015 FINDS OF THE YEAR... We have a TIE!

Doug Rouner found this Civil War bullet carved into a chess piece.

CONTEST WINNERS

Britain Lockhart found this rare WWII good luck token.

2014 FIND OF THE YEAR

Find of the Year for 2014 goes to Britain Lockhart. Britain found this Civil War Breastplate, which has also been featured in American Digger Magazine. Congratulations Britain!