What is the best metal detector for water hunting?
Need to purchase by March 2010.
Why would you use a metal detector to hunt water? Everyone knows you use a divining rod. That's what you see all those guys in the movies using!! (just kidding)
Perhaps you should have phrased it as "for hunting in water" and your response might be better. You obviously would like a rustproof or rust-resistant metal detector for this task.
Try this website. They mention waterproof versions
the sites that Bozoplay mentioned are the best around the net, and you could also have a look at my hubpage about metal detectors for water hunting
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