Ken is a Minelab CTX 3030 apex predator that always get the gold... always.
He's such a successful treasure hunter that the Holy Grail is looking for HIM.
He was the inspiration for Rick Scott's Beach Fence law.
He's so tough that his feet never get blisters, but his sneakers do.
If he punched you in the face for violating the metal detecting code of ethics you would have to fight off an strong urge thank him.
If opportunity knocks, and he’s not on the beach... opportunity waits.
TheDaytona Beach panhandlers give HIM money.
Sharks off the coast of Florida have a week dedicated to HIM.
Little Doug stands 6" tall and is shown equipped with a Minelab CTX 3030, Rattler Headphone, Garrett Pro-Pointer II pinpointer, and a Gold Digger NX-5 shovel.
When she's not out digging holes, the current CFMDC president is busy planning a monthly club meeting, or speaking into a megaphone at a seeded hunt. Or you might find her organizing a charitable event, get-together, or even a crime scene evidence search team. Lastly, Carolyn may be found on the phone conducting business for Kellyco Metal Detectors. As one of the hardest working individuals in the hobby she now joins a very short list individuals who've been inducted into the MyDetecting.com Miniature Hall of Fame. Her figure measures 5" tall and depicts her swinging her Garrett AT Max with 6" coil. Other gear shown includes a Lesche digger and a Minelab Pro Find-35 pinpointer. Welcome Carolyn!
Dedicated to a personal hero and one of the hardest working individuals in our hobby. With his vast knowledge of all things metal detecting, Jim Fielding never hesitates take the lead when called upon and is always willing to help out a fellow detectorist. Little Buddy Jim stands about 5" tall and is shown with his Minelab E-Trac.
This Little Buddy went to an all around great guy. Gordan is the writer and editor for the New Age Goonies online newspaper. He works tirelessly with each edition to highlight current happenings, historical events, and the finds of NAG Facebook group subscribers. Awesome reading from an awesome detectorist with many skills. Bravo!
With her colorful hair, perfect make-up, and chipped fingernail polish, she's one of the most recognizable online metal detecting personalities, period. But don't let her style and flair fool you into thinking she's not the real deal. Whether it's in the mud, rain, or freezing temps 'Relic Recoverist' absolutely lives up to her nickname.
Wedding cake topper created for Sam Waters and Evan Kready, who were married on June 22, 2018 in a very special digger wedding. Sam is using the Minelab Equinox and Evan has the XP Deus.
Vaughan Garrett is presented with a memorial statue of Charles Garrett in Jefferson, Texas (2019).
Meet Alan. You might recognize him from his eight year run as president of the Central Florida Metal Detecting Club. Although he's no longer president Alan continues to lend a hand at almost every event. A true leader, who when not swinging his metal detector can be seen cooking burgers, digging up crime scene evidence, or standing on top of picnic benches doling out prizes. Alan is shown swinging the Minelab CTX 3030.Thanks Alan, big thumbs up
Co-host of the live online metal detecting show 'Digging With Matty', Matty Tomaini displays genuine enthusiasm and projects a positive image for detectorist of all ages. Matty is shown with his Minelab Equinox 800.
One of Ontario's most recognized dive detectorists/water hunters. Ryan is depicted here hunting for his next golden art deco ring using an Equinox with anAnderson dive shaft.