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“Woods are also a good location, but most are private property and you have to make sure you always have permission.” Diggs explained that it is very important to follow the “metal detecting code” by making sure to ask for permission before detecting, cover your holes, remove trash and always return marked objects.
If you’re a new detectist, Diggs encourages you to join a club such as CRABS or to find someone with experience to tag along with.
Winner Boats Cruises In addition to fishing trips, Winner Boats offers a Hawaiian luau dinner and dance cruise, moonlight dance cruise, special holiday excursions and a narrated scenic cruise that even a longtime resident could learn a thing or two from.
The narrated scenic cruise on the Winner Cruise Queen, a 65-foot Caribbean-style catamaran cruise boat, navigates through the Carolina Beach Harbor, picks up speed in the Intracoastal Waterway to the Carolina Beach Inlet and reverses course with a pit stop through Snows Cut over to the Cape Fear River before heading back.
Founding member of the CRABS metal detecting club — it stands for Carolina Relic and Beach Hunting Society — Hermit Diggs, says there are plenty of places to hunt for treasure in Wilmington.
“The best places to hunt are beaches and schoolyards,” Diggs said.
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Today there are five boats operating, with a sixth on the way, and Skeets Winner and his family continue to offer a variety of trips to tourists and locals looking for some fun on the water.We invite you to attend an upcoming event the Wilmington Convention Center.Our website Event Calendar highlights events open to the public.Wedged between the Cape Fear River on the west side and the Atlantic Ocean on the east side, Wilmington is the ideal city – minutes from the Coastal Carolina beaches, a few hours from the mountains, and tucked along the river.
Downtown Wilmington’s riverfront area was once declared “the Best American Riverfront” by USA Today.For information on an event not listed on our calendar, please call us at (910) 251-5101 or click here to Contact Us.