Welcome to Midstate Metal Detecting Club Meetings: Held every 3rd Wednesday at 7:00pm at Shooter’s Bar & Restaurant. Location: Intersection of Hwy 39 and 54, next to Shell Gas Station in Plover, Wisconsin.           Map to Shooter's Bar & Restaurant Meetings consist of:  Business meeting, membership & attendance drawing, finds of the month, guest speaker, and then a table raffle. After the meeting you can chat with other members and dealers. Midstate tries to have 2 club outings each year, weather permitting.  A Spring Outing and a Fall Outing, one of these hunts can be a $100.00 hunt or a Planted Hunt. In July, Midstate hosts its Annual Hunt and State Championship Hunt; this is a 3 day event held on the last full weekend of July at Deer Trail Park & Campground near Nekoosa, WI.(Details on Events page) This is a paid entry hunt with an average of 100 paid entries and 100% payback, plus buried tokens for donated metal detectors and other prizes. It’s a fun weekend for the entire family, including a night hunt, a kid’s hunt, and many metal detecting related dealers. We have members that range from beginner to expert all willing to share tips and stories. So come and join the fun and enjoyable hobby of metal detecting. Don't forget 18th Annual Midstate Metal Detector Club Hunt July 25-26-27, 2014. Thank you to the Hunt sponsors: Outdoor Outfitters & Tesoro. Also to the donors: Fisher, Whites Electronics, Bounty Hunter, Garrett Metal Detectors, Minelab USA Inc., Teknetics, Detector Pro, and Wilcox All Pro Tools. And to all the local businesses that donate, like Gary’s Coin & Stamp, Batteries Plus, Harbor Freight, ProSticker, Artistic Signs, Badger Detectors, Deerfield Detectors, Doug’s Treasure Den, Ground View Detectors, Eagle Optics, Ginkgoware, Lost Treasure Magazine, Western & Eastern Treasures Magazine and American Digger Magazine. With out their help and donations this annual hunt couldn't be as successful as it is!
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Today, the U.S. metal detecting environment is controlled by a hodgepodge of Federal, State, City, County laws. A major reason for this is that there is no regulation, law or statue at the Federal level that provides any support for recreational metal detecting.  Please go to this Web site and EDUCATE yourself with a wealth of Information from MDHTALK. (Metal Detecting Hobby Talk) Home