Many have emailed me and asked for suggestions for
the beginning treasure hunter. Below I have prepared a list of
"Must Have" Resources for the beginning or experienced Treasure Hunter.
Click on the buttons to purchase the suggested material from amazon.com.
Coronado's Children by J. Frank Dobie
If you are interested in Buried Treasure, and can
have only one book, this is the book for you. Simply stated, it is
the richest source of Treasure infoormation available today, and it
gives extremely valuable clues for all the big lost mines and treasures
in the south, west, and southwestern United States. This is the
primary starting point for any treasure hunt.
Even for those that will not be organizing a treasure
hunting expedition, this is one of the most enjoyable books with
incredible true tales of the old west.
The Bounty Hunter Tracker IV Metal
The most important tool for the modern treasure
hunter is a quality metal detector. The Bounty Hunter Tracker IV
is a quality, entry level metal detector. It has the features that
will let you get the job done, and a price that will fit any budget.
Ask any treasure hunter, and they will tell you that a quality metal
detector is the most important single tool in bringing home the gold.
The Bounty Hunter is a brand famous for quality, performance and
reliability. We recommend buying from Amazon. Amazon offers free shipping, and no sales tax.
They also feature a very friendly return policy if the item is not what
you expected for any reason. If you are new to treasure hunting,
get started our right with the Tracker IV.
The Bounty Hunter Land Ranger Metal
For the professional Treasure Hunter who is ready to
move to the top of the line metal detector, we present the Bounty Hunter
Land Ranger. Bounty Hunter's Land Ranger detector offers the
excitement and profit of metal detecting, with exhaustive features for
professional treasure hunters. The fully submersible, 8-inch Bounty
D-Tech search coil features an interchangeable coil, and the Ground Trac
function automatically balances the machine to the soil conditions. The
Land Ranger boasts a large, multifunction LCD readout with touchpad
control that displays target ID, depth, sensitivity level, a ground
balance monitor, iron level discrimination, and the battery level. The
touchpad keep all modes of operation accessible while the LCD acts as a
constant reference source. We found the touchpad to be relatively
intuitive, even for someone who's never used a metal detector before.