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« on: November 21, 2014, 07:29:11 am »
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 John (not his real name) had a map that showed him where a long-ago 1850s schoolhouse had stood, and he knew the name of the farmer who owned the property.

John's dilemma: How to ask permission? What to do, what to say, what NOT to do or say?

In this show, I discuss the approach John used, and then I give my own thoughts on what John did right, and what he did that maybe wasn't so right, and what he could have done instead.

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« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2014, 10:27:45 am »
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   It's not so hard!   One day my dad and I was hunting Dove.   We Stopped at the Farm house and asked the occupant ( Farmer) if we could grab some of the Sweet Corn.   He got this Weird look on his face.   Said Follow Me.   Took us to a shed and handed us two Bushel Baskets.  Said Fill em up to the Brim.   Your the only ones that have asked in five years.

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I've always found the best method is to be friendly and honest and up front about it.

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honesty is the best policy

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I've added a sticky to this article since one of the most frequent questions beginners (and other detectorists have) is "How do you get permission".

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good topic ! we have to keep our hobby in a positive light it makes it easier to get permission . sometimes i share what i find  it maybe a family members object and they may want it  i can relate to that  and its good to talk to people they can give good clues to how & were things were years ago that can aid your searchin .

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I wanted to add there are some sights  that use Sat images   that can help a person find ownership or who owns the land and see its borders . very important when it comes to getting permission and staying were you have it .
  it will list past owners and dates some of the structures were built  (but not always accurate)  but a good indicator .

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