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    SAND SUCKER

    I went to the Jimmy Sierra web site and got the last sand sucker. Tried it at Leo Carrillo Beach. It works ok but I was wondering if any of you have one or tried it in deeper water. I only cruised the surf line. Wet sand. Got a lot of junk Happy Hunting. Pete AKA Gold Fever Pete

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    Re: SAND SUCKER

    How about a link so we know what you are talking about. A pictures is worth a thousand words.

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    Re: SAND SUCKER

    Well I looked and looked and couldn't locate a Sand Sucker on that site.

    HH Joe
    Regards, Joe (California)

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    Re: SAND SUCKER

    Quote Originally Posted by DrJoePrime
    Well I looked and looked and couldn't locate a Sand Sucker on that site.

    HH Joe
    Maybe I'm just a "sucker" but I looked and looked and found nothing also.

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    Re: SAND SUCKER

    Quote Originally Posted by Da Sand Crab
    Quote Originally Posted by DrJoePrime
    Well I looked and looked and couldn't locate a Sand Sucker on that site.

    HH Joe
    Maybe I'm just a "sucker" but I looked and looked and found nothing also.
    Here is a link to the page it is on, personally I can't get the link for the SS to open so I can read anything about it, I just get the small picture... http://www.jimmysierra.com/tools_menuC.html




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    Re: SAND SUCKER

    OK, I give up...what's it suppose to do? Is it some kind of a digger? If so, how do you stay on target in moving surf or current? It looks more like a crevicing tool use in streams for nugget hunting.

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    Re: SAND SUCKER

    Quote Originally Posted by Can Slaw
    OK, I give up...what's it suppose to do? Is it some kind of a digger? If so, how do you stay on target in moving surf or current? It looks more like a crevicing tool use in streams for nugget hunting.
    That is also what I thought, looks more like it is used for nugget hunting...........




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    Re: SAND SUCKER

    I found a tidbit on this. Says "Great for beach and wet sand. Digs 8" plug so no need to bend over and
    dig. Thought that was what sand scoops were for.
    -Jay

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    what is wrong with just a regular beach scoop......?

    http://forum.treasurenet.com/index.p...,395398.0.html

    there are other kinds

    alum

    s/s

    diamond shaped.......round............5" ...6"......alum and s/s or........sunspot stealt...........kellyco beachbrute.

    the new style magnum u see in video.........scoops unlimited has scoops

    most any kind your heart desires are out there........this sucker job.........i wonder........j m h o


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    Re: SAND SUCKER

    He must have taken it off his list of tools. He said I bought the last one. To better describe it. It is about 4 ft tall metal tube that has a handle with a small hole at the top. The tube continues down to a bigger tube that almost looks like a plugger. It is 6 inches wide and 8 inches long. You step on it after targeting your find, pushing it even with the ground. Put your thumb over the hole on top and pull. It will pull out a section of sand. then move to dryer land releease your thumb from the hole and the sand will fall out along with your find. Sounded good to me so I got one. I just wondered if any of you had one so I could compare notes. I do know that if you are a fisherman and want to use either sand crabs or sand shrimp, it will pull them up too. When I lived in Oregon I fished a lot at the beach at Tillamook. I had what they called a shrimp gun. It really worked for getting the shrimp up. Just thought this might work for detecting.

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    Re: SAND SUCKER

    I wish you well with that, I think I'll stick to my scoop.
    Let's keep it positive

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    PA John

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    Re: SAND SUCKER

    Sounds interesting but I have a feeling it doesn't work too well.

    Wonder why he took it off his list

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    Re: SAND SUCKER

    I guess it would be okay on dry land, wouldn't work well in the water at the beach though.......A scoop is a lot quicker and easier to use..




    HERE IS THE THING ABOUT RIGHTS, THEY'RE NOT SUPPOSED TO BE VOTED ON, THAT IS WHY THEY CALL THEM RIGHTS!

    "If ye love wealth greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude greater than the animating contest for freedom, go home from us in peace. We seek not your counsel, nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you; and posterity forget that ye were our countrymen." --Samuel Adams

    MY LIBERTY AND FREEDOMS ARE NOT YOURS TO GIVE OR TAKE!.......THEY DIDN'T MAKE US FREE, WE WERE BORN FREE, AS LONG AS WE HAVE THE 2ND AMENDMENT WE WILL REMAIN FREE!






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  15. #15
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    Re: SAND SUCKER

    That answers "will it work in deeper water?.....I don't think so. Running in and out of the water to check you find is going to waste a lot of time, not alone your energy. I think I will stick with a scoop and with sand filled with shells, a sifter as well.

 

 
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