Stone Mountain Treasure Hunters Metal Detecting Club of Atlanta, Georgia.
 SMTH INFORMATION

dotRead the Constitution of
Stone Mountain Treasure Hunters


dotThe Stone Mountain Treasure Hunters Points System
 
 DOWNLOADS

Membership Application (63.8kb)
      
Permission Letter (92.3kb)

Find of the Month Form (7.42kb)
 

 SMTH CLUB MEETINGS
 
Next meeting!
We meet the last Tuesday of each month (excluding December). Meetings begin at 7pm. 

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

Click here for map.
 
 SMTH CLUB PROMOTIONS

Tee Shirts & Decals
 
 CLUB MEMBER HUNTS

Jeff Herke England 2012
Doug Sortino England 2012
Doug Sortino England 2011
 
 CLUB PICNICS


 
 MANY HAPPY RETURNS

Stories and pictures of items returned to their owners.

Megan's Ring

 CLUB PRESENTATIONS

How to build your own sand scoop for less than $30.00.
How to build your own sand scoop for around $30.00.
Click here for video.

Welcome to the Stone Mountain Treasure Hunters Website!

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 coinshooting, 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.
 


Bob Sloan demonstrates gold panning.
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2012 Seeded Coin Hunt Winner.
2012 Seeded Coin
Hunt Winner
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2011 SMTH
Top Three Hunters
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A new category has been added in the left column titled "Many Happy Returns".  The links will feature stories and pictures of items returned to their original owners.  Featured first is a ring found by Stone Mountain Treasure Hunter club member Mel Parker and returned to it's owner.

Ring 1
 

 GENERAL INFORMATION
 
dotGold & Silver Spot Prices
dotSupporting Dealers/Companies
dotLive Ordinance Policy
dotSMTH Remembers Stan Funk
 
 CLUB HUNTS
 
dot2013 Spring Picnic / Beach Hunt
dot2012 Fall Beach Hunt
dot2010 Fall Beach Hunt 
dot2012 Seeded Coin Hunt
dot2011 Seeded Coin Hunt
dot2010 Seeded Coin Hunt

 FIND OF THE MONTH (Tie)

October 2013 Find of the Month October 2013 Find of the Month
 
Bill Robertson / Britain Lockhart

Bill Robertson found the 26 gram silver bracelet with stones in a play area while using his Whites XLT. Britian Lockhart found the axe head while searching a Civil War activity area. Britian used a Minelab Xterra 705.

Congratulations Bill & Britain!
 

 FIND OF THE YEAR



Back in January of this year, Andy Cohen found this rare civil war item of two three ringer bullets that had directly collided in mid-air. It was found at a local civil war battle site. Andy was using a Minelab Explorer II.

Congratulations Andy!

 Treasure Hunter of the Year

2012-2013...Bill Robertson


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