Above 2017 hunt area! Our thanks to Charles Bass and the Bass family for letting members of the Professional Treasure Hunters to hunt your family’s fields & woods of several estates dating back to the early 1700s. Congressman Charles Bass owns several metal detectors and likes his Minelab CTX 3030 the best and he has a few questions about it and his AT Pro. Even though he could hunt his land until he dropped, he knows he could not cover it all and offered the land to us in exchange, if we documented & preserved historic finds, for him to continue to be receive the Treasure Hunter’s Gazette. Congressman Bass wanted to know what was found of value and where was it found. Thus the reprint of map above. The congressman commutes between Peterborough & Washington DC, and we we knew chances were slim he could attend the BONE 24 Natural hunt on his and his & relatives land. We apologize to all who showed up, offering help. Charles H Bass is on Face Book,and I have asked Jason Sevene, Chris Redmond and Jim Doray, to still offer him some help. My apology Congressman Bass, you have our respect, however, you are one of us and to many of us, you will always be Charles.
BONE 25 5 or 6 days
#25 in memory of HOWARD JOHNSON
organized by Professional Treasure Hunters and
So far all lands have been loaned to us with the condition no damage is done to it and found trash removed for Historical Society. 4 wheel drive pooling is necessary. for Tue & Wed hunts. Thur & Fri absolutely no driving or trying to park or turn around in farm hunt fields, (which could be swampy), wearing or bring boots are a great idea). Only those paying advance $350 cover charge can hunt in Tuesday’s 4 wheel drive in hunt. Only those paying natural hunt cover charges for Wed, Thur & Friday’s. Natural Hunts at $75.00 each can hunt those days.