Asssuming that we are talking about the detecting of inland waterways rather
than the sea I wonder if the detectng community realise that these are owned
by the waterways agency which is a national body and would require their
permission to detect in these something I doubt they would give due to the
risks of drowning etc
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Sent: Friday, March 24, 2006 11:43 AM
Subject: Re: [BRITARCH] Underwater "nighthawking"
> I was in no way being dismissive of Nick.
> I merely felt that the question I asked was in respect of seeking opinions
> on how or if information gathered from underwater detecting could be of
> But as usual we are straight away into the knocking the practices of how
> it is done...
> Do you never stop to think Paul, that instead of contiually criticising
> and bitching, that, if you took the time to discuss these issues, then the
> detecting community might be better disposed to listening to advice on
> good practice...
> This is why Paul, I find myself frequently being dismissive of your
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